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Entries from September 2009

Hoptober is coming!

September 16th, 2009 · 3 Comments

  The fun filled folks from New Belgium have come up with a new brew. Welcome Hoptober Golden Ale. Brew Notes: Five hops and four malts make Hoptober Golden Ale a veritable cornucopia of the earth.  Pale and wheat malt are mashed with rye and oats to create a medium-bodied ale with a creamy mouthfeel. […]

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Unibroue’s Quatre-Centieme

September 15th, 2009 · 3 Comments

Tonight Joe and I are drinking Unibroue’s Quatre-Centieme, a beer brewed to commemorate Quebec’s four hundredth birthday. It’s a Belgian style pale ale–we’re pretty sure we first tried it at the Jug Shop’s saison tasting (things got hazy towards the end). We definitely bought it there. I had assumed it was a saison, but that doesn’t […]

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Tags: Tastings

Mountainbeering with Luke: King’s Canyon

September 14th, 2009 · 1 Comment

Kings Canyon and Yosemite National Parks are like Scottie Pippen and Michael Jordan. No matter how good Pippen got, he could never step out of Jordan’s shadow. Kids across the country were fighting each other for ownership of the newest Jordan card. I, however, quietly sat back and collected an overabundance of Pippen cards. Now, […]

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Thinking back to the Bistro IPA fest

September 12th, 2009 · Comments Off

It has been a good amount of time since this years Bistro IPA fest and all those tasty IPAs were served. The beer is always amazing – that is just by default. But this year what I remember most was the people. There was a real good vibe. That morning, I wasn’t really in the […]

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Go Linden Street

September 8th, 2009 · Comments Off

Update: And now Urbandaddy is giving them some press. I actually emailed UD after seeing this and told them that I thought they had made a mistake – burning oak black lager didn’t sound like a steam beer – they must have meant the other beer – Urban People’s Common Lager. Well I was wrong. […]

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