September 11th, 2013, 02:45 PM
I was lucky enough to try some of the beers from 10 Barrel Brewing when I was in Vancouver Washington a couple of years ago. I was sitting at small pub in Vancouver, WA with one of the brewers. Real nice guy, and happy that they are seeing growth.
Originally Posted by notbob
September 12th, 2013, 09:50 AM
Golden Road Brewing
Here is a shameless plug (forgive a proud dad!) - my daughter, who is a big time Kings fan, just got hired as retail manager there - so if you go in, be sure to buy something from the shop!
And when I head down there eventually, I'll report back on what I tasted.
September 12th, 2013, 10:32 PM
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September 22nd, 2013, 03:27 PM
Drinking the first pumpkin beer for the new season. Anderson Valley Fall Hornin', which I'd never seen before and it's in cans which I like. Good stuff. Deeper and darker ala DFH Punkin' and the spices are not overdone.
September 23rd, 2013, 12:50 PM
here's some of the different ones in the last couple of months, all but the Abita, Old Numbskull and Monk in the Trunk were on tap
Abita Brewing: Purple Haze Raspberry Wheat
Alesmith: Cream Ale
Alesmith: Horny Devil
Alesmith: Old Numbskull Barley Wine
Ballast Point: Even Keel Am. Pale Ale
Ballast Point: Sculpin
Bear Republic: Black Racer IPA
Bear Republic: Crazy Ivan Belgian IPA
Bear Republic: El Oso Am. Amber
The Bruery: Humulus Lager
Brouwerij Duvel Moorgat: Marcedous 10
Brouwerij Rodenbach: Grand Cru Flemish
Brouwerij van Steenberg: Monk's Cafe Flemish
Brouwerij Verhaege: Duchesses de Bourgogne
Dogfish Head: Festina Peche
Inlet Brewing: Monk in the Trunk Organic Amber Ale
Kiuchi Brewing: Hitachino Dai Dai IPA
Lost Abbey: Framboise di Amarosa
Lost Abbey: Witches Wit
Maui Brewing: Mana Wheat
Modern Times: Black House
Modern Times: Blazing World Am. Amber
Modern Times: Fortunate Islands Am. Wheat
Modern Times: Lomaland Saison
Modern Times: Oneida
Port Brewing: Amigo
Port Brewing: Mongo
Russian River: Blind Pig
Russian River: Damnation
Societe: The Apprentice IPA
Societe: The Harlot
Societe: The Madam
Societe: The Publican
Societe: The Pupil Am. Pale Ale
St. Archers: St. Archers IPA
St. Archers: Pale Ale
Last edited by Fisch; September 23rd, 2013 at 12:57 PM.
September 23rd, 2013, 03:20 PM
Restocked the fridge this weekend. Too many choices brought home so I just reached into the fridge and pulled the first bottle I touched to drink while making some raspberry jam. It turned out to be the Oak Jacked Imperial Pumpkin Ale from Uinta Brewing Company. I'm not really a fan of Uinta beers, except for the Sea Legs Baltic Porter, so the gf picked this one out, not me. And I'm glad she did. All I'll say is **** YEA to this one for launching into Autumn. What a flavor bomb - malty, spicy, heady - all kinds of stuff going on in this sucker that it just screams out Halloween/Thanksgiving season. I HIGHLY recommend finding this and paying the high price for it. It's totally worth the $15. Good, good stuff. And it weighs in at 10.3% ABV thereabouts. You can't tell it's that heavy at all.
September 23rd, 2013, 03:28 PM
Ive heard good things about their beers, how were they?
Originally Posted by Fisch
The new stone enjoy by comes out today. The last one was real tasty!!
September 23rd, 2013, 04:26 PM
Societe's were very good with the Harlot so far my favorite, 6.4abv I think. I've had about 10 of them from the last keg my local spot had. Such an easy drinking beer. They're still pretty new so they're trying a bunch of different IPA variations.
Originally Posted by DMAN3474
San Diego and Craft Beer is pretty kick-ass.
September 23rd, 2013, 06:58 PM
That's good to hear, I have a bottle from last year and just bought two from this year, all on the educated guess that I would like it as I've never tasted it. Gonna crack open the one from last year sometime in the next few weeks.
Originally Posted by Stormy2213