This past week, ahead of the Brewing Network’s Winter Brews Festival, I ventured further south down the 680 Corridor and found my way in the Dublin-Pleasanton area. It was here that I would begin a tour of one of the Bay Area’s emerging beer hot spots. The Tri-Valley Beer Trail highlights the best of the region and allows you to get some free stuff while enjoying the beer you already love. Continue reading Tri-Valley Beer Trail
The Sonoma International Film Festival took place last week with a week of film related events around the quaint town of Sonoma about an hour north of San Francisco. New Belgium is a big sponsor of the festival and as such made sure the town known for it’s wine had sufficient beer representation. One such event was held at Ramekins where Sean Paxton, the Homebrew Chef, treated guests to a movie theater inspired dinner. Continue reading Homebrew Chef and New Belgium Welcome SIFF to Ramekins
Covering New York City Beer Week was Brewed For Thought Contributor Paul Loverro. On the final night of Beer Week, Paul headed to Murray’s Cheese Bar for a dinner with Brooklyn Brewery and brewmaster Garrett Oliver. Continue reading New York City Beer Week: Beer Dinner with Brooklyn Brewery at Murray’s Cheese Bar
Every month I’ll be providing a recipe that will either use beer or pair well with beer. This month, with Cinco de Mayo a day away, I thought a Mexican themed dish would be best. What’s better than fish tacos and a nice hoppy beer? This is my recipe for Salmon Fish Tacos. Continue reading Recipe of the Month: Salmon Fish Tacos
The Hopmonk Tavern is Sebastopol got back into the swing of things with their beer dinners this weekend with Grand Teton Brewing Company of Victor, Idaho. Tyipically, Hopmonk has shown a preference for local brewers, but the decision to bring in Grand Teton was a great one, as head brewer Rob Mullins provided plenty of information to go along with tasty beers and a wonderful dinner. Continue reading Hopmonk Tavern’s Grand Teton Brewing Company Brewer’s Dinner
Checking in over at Third Street Aleworks, things are busy with preparations for next month's Great American Beer Festival. In house, they are working hard to keep the beer on that Santa Rosa is thirsty for and have some plans for … . . . → Read More: Santa Rosa Craft Beer Examiner: Third Street Aleworks August Update
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