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Archive for March, 2008

Whenever I see a new product at a grocery store that carries the name of the grocery store, I’m always a little bit wary. Then I see the price and give it a try, because these brands tend to be noticeably cheaper. The quality can run the spectrum from great to horrible, but it’s not often that grocers put their label on a beer. So how is the Trader Brau? (more…)

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If you read this blog regularly, I’m sure you already know that beer is better than wine in just about every way.  Now, there is research coming out that not only is beer better (research pending) but it also makes for bigger brains.  (more…)

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So I started my tour of European beers with Schneider and felt I should continue with the German tastings before moving on to others. So on to Munich we go. (more…)

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When I think of bad places to drink beer, Oklahoma immediately comes to mind.  While I’ve never been to Oklahoma, I have heard the horror stories of “three-two beer.”  So why is Oklahoma doin’ fine?  Because they decided to maintain the status quo, and when facing the alternative, that ain’t so bad.  (more…)

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I’m a little old fashioned. When it’s time for a haircut, i go to a barber here in Santa Rosa. I always get a shave with my haircut. It’s relaxing and I get a chance to get in some old school barber shop style conversation. But this blog is about beer right? Keep reading and I’ll get to the point. (more…)

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Here is another update on the Beer Bracket Scores. (51 is a perfect score) (more…)

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Spent this Easter weekend back home with the family in Monterey.  While out to dinner Saturday, I noticed the restaurant had Carmel Wheat in the bottle.  While I wasn’t having a beer at the time, it reminded me of all the times I told my friends to drink locally, support local brewers, etc.  So I decided, for the BBQ the next day, I would buy a 6-pack of Carmel Wheat.  (more…)

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