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Anderson Valley Hop Ottin’ IPA

Anderson Valley Hop Ottin' Indian Pale Ale is made with hops that "bite like a rattlesnake."

Anderson Valley Poleeko Pale Ale

Anderson Valley Brewing Company's Poleeko Pale Ale is called a golden pale for a reason. This pale is regularly a medal winner at beet festivals. The key is its Pacific Northwest hops. Brewed straight from Boonville in ...

Firestone 805

The Firestone 805 is a light summer seasonal that's only available on the Central Coast of California where Firestone is brewed (Paso Robles). Now available in six packs in the region.

Firestone UDBA

Firestone UDBA, the unfiltered version of their flagship DBA, is only available on draft at The Taproom in Paso Robles.

Sierra Nevada Summerfest

Sierra Nevada Summerfest is a light, golden ale that's perfect for those dry afternoons in the summer Sierra.

Black Butte Porter

Another great porter, this time from Deschutes Brewery. Using chocolate and crystal malts, Deschutes has managed to brew a dark porter that's able to flow like the river it's named after. Enjoy the run.

Sierra Nevada Porter

I didn't even know Sierra Nevada made a porter, so this was a pleasant surprise. Dark. Hoppy. A Sierra Nevada, but with that roasted toffee and coffee flavor. Chalk up another winner for the founding fathers ...

East African Breweries Tusker Lager

One of the first (and only?) beers of East Africa, East African Breweries' Tusker Lager was first brewed in 1922. It's named after the elephant the actually killed founder George Hurst. Brewed from malts made from Mt. Kenya barley, this golden lager ...

North Coast Brewing Company’s PranQster Belgian Style Golden Ale

If there's a knock on California, it's the laid-back style and new-school way of thinking. So when I heard a Cali brewery was doing another Belgian ale I was skeptical. Then I tried North Coast Brewing Company's PranQster Belgian Style Golden Ale. ...

Chipotle Red Ale Homebrew

Discovered one last bottle of our Chipotle Red Ale Homebrew tonight in a dark corner of the garage. It's an oldie but a goodie. A little carbonated, as you'll see from the photo. But the spiciness cuts through the carbonation and ...

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