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It doesn't get much better than when you get to hang out around the lake on a sunny Southern California day, listening to live music, and tasting your way through over 75 different beers. 

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Thursday, 22 April 2010 04:38

Green Beer - a must on Earth Day

Green beer has a completely different context today than it did ten years ago.  The following breweries don’t make green-colored beer, but in terms of environmental impact, its beers are as green as they come.  Sierra Nevada beers

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Sunday, 10 January 2010 06:41

Good beer comes to those who wait

Lambic, barley wineThe image of a fresh, ice cold, frosted glass full of light beer has been imprinted into our mindset with just as much force as, well, millions of dollars of beer advertisers can shove down our collective throats.  The very concept of deliberately aging a beer contradicts everything we see and hear in most beer advertisements.  Such fizzy, yellowish lagers will indeed suffer with a few months of age.  The most common, mass-market beers such as Budweiser, Heineken, Stella Artois and Corona, are designed to be drunk as soon as they leave the brewery.  

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Monday, 17 August 2009 08:00

Kid Rock - The Rockstar & The Brewmaster

Kid Rock is trying to help save the economy and the environment, one beer at a time. He debuted his American Badass Beer July 17th and 18th with his back to back concerts held at his native Detroit’s Comerica Park.

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Sunday, 05 July 2009 04:34

Hootenanny 2009

The picturesque park tucked away in the rolling hills of Orange County's backcountry was the venue for this year’s Hootenanny on July 4th 2009.   

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We arrived at the 2009 San Diego International Beer Festival on Saturday, June 27th at the San Diego County Fair inside the Chevrolet Del Mar Arena.

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Salute is to express commendation of or praise; to address with expressions of kind wishes, courtesy, or honor - to give a sign of respect, courtesy, or goodwill to greet. Yeah, that about sums it up.

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