[thechat] Hello? Anyone Out There?
judah at wiredotter.com
Sat Jan 24 21:45:04 CST 2009
Oh and in the Central/NorCal vein, you should definitely check out
Anderson Valley Brewing, makers of my favorite bottled IPA (Hop
Ottin') and North Coast Brewing out of Fort Bragg, makers of a fine
belgian ale (Pranqster) and a truly wicked Russian Imperial Stout, Old
Rasputin which tastes as old and wicked as the man it was named for.
Ringing in at about 10% alcohol, it will give you a old world
On Sat, Jan 24, 2009 at 7:41 PM, Judah McAuley <judah at wiredotter.com> wrote:
> I thought you were in San Diego, Joel? If so, check out Stone Brewing
> if you haven't. I don't like their beer as much as others do but they
> are really well done. Just with enough distinctive characteristic that
> you either like them or you don't. So its not that they aren't really
> good, they just aren't always my cup o' beer. The Arrogant Bastard is
> a favorite.
> If you are up in the Sacremento area, I'd check out Russian River
> brewing company. I've had three beers of theirs, their single IPA
> Blind Pig, the double IPA Pliny the Elder and their Belgian Golden,
> Damnation. All of them top notch beers. The pliny is quite drunkening
> but very tasty. Its on tap at my nearest pub but frequently sells out.
> On Sat, Jan 24, 2009 at 5:08 PM, Joel D Canfield
> <Joel at commonsenseentrepreneur.com> wrote:
>>> Stay away from processed foods and imported beer.
>> imported? like, if I go to Germany, drink German beer, in Ireland drink
>> Irish, and in California, drink Budweiser?
>> just found out there's a new brewpub right here in Roseville. since
>> Beermann's closed two years ago (anyone want a spectacular three-story
>> Victorian IOOF building with room for three bands, two restaurants, and
>> a full pub? I think they're asking $1M) and now that the Sac Brewing
>> Company closed the Oasis (cool Egyptian theme, and their Ancient Amber
>> was an absolutely death-defying Scotch ale) I went back to red wine.
>> but now maybe I'll re-expand my horizons. maybe.
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