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Raglan Road Beer Menu Update!


We don’t write an article every time we update the beer lists. The truth is they’re updated whenever we either see changes or get information on changes as best we can. However, when a location makes big improvements for the better, it’s important to point it out. The menu to the right is the new beer… → Read More

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Mailbag Monday – Is Nancy Reagan Alive Edition


Here’s something new we’re going to try; send us your questions via Twitter, Facebook, Google+, email, or Instagram and we’ll answer them in this Mailbag Monday article. First off, special thanks to James and Jim for sending beer list updates! The Territory Lounge beer menu has changed to the “expanded standard” beer list which is a… → Read More

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The Bruery Saison Rue


The second beer from The Bruery’s launch into Louisiana (see Tart of Darkness for the first), Saison Rue is one of The Bruery’s year-round beers. Even more importantly, Carthay Circle in Disney California Adventure serves this Belgian-style saison brewed with rye. It’s been almost seven years since I’ve been to Disneyland, and it’s high time I… → Read More

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North Coast Brewing Co. Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout


Now that the Disney Beer Tournament is over for this year, it’s time to get back to reviewing some beer! I’m starting with Old Rasputin by North Coast Brewing Co. This Russian imperial stout has a nice 9% ABV. So what’s the difference between an imperial stout and a Russian imperial stout? Not much, really…. → Read More

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The Bruery Tart of Darkness (2013 Edition)


Remember when I went to Stein’s Deli and picked up six different beers from The Bruery? Anyone? [responsive_youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NP0mQeLWCCo] Here’s the first I tried: Tart of Darkness. Aged in oak barrels, this sour stout is a strong but not overpowering 7% ABV. It pours a deep dank black with a small tan head. Despite being a… → Read More

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Stone 17th Anniversary Götterdämmerung IPA


Stone tends to make bitter beers. Götterdämmerung IPA is no exception, and especially as an anniversary beer it should be expected. Sometimes, however, Stone seems to brew the same beer and put it in a different bottle. I recently had their R&R Coconut IPA and there was absolutely no coconut taste in it. I even had… → Read More

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Ballast Point Sculpin IPA


Ballast Point’s beer is fairly new to Texas but has been brewing in San Diego for over 15 years. In 1992, Jack White opened Home Brew Mart in San Diego which provided brewing supplies to the homebrewing community in San Diego. By 1996, he and co-founder Yuseff Cherney started brewing Ballast Point beer in the… → Read More

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A Lil’ Sumpin Most Random Blog Post Ever


Hello. It’s been awhile since we last talked. But I’m having a rather feisty afternoon, so I thought, “Hey, why not put up a half ass beer review?” Let’s talk about the one time I went to Lagunitas. Yeah. Here. And they didn’t have Sumpin’ Wild. STOCK PHOTO. This is my favorite Lag beer! Have… → Read More

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Bear Republic Racer 5 India Pale Ale


One thing Disney has been doing with its re-imagining of Disney California Adventure is stocking the park with California microbrews. One such beer found at Carthay Circle and Flo’s V8 Café is Racer 5, an IPA from Bear Republic in Sonoma County, CA. Racer 5 has a floral nose along with a little pine. Golden… → Read More

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That Time I Went to the Lagunitas Brewery (Like in Petaluma, Ya’ll)


I’d like to start this post by admitting some of my flaws. Because, one of my POSITIVES, is that I can admit them. I get angry if I call or text someone and they don’t pick up. Srsly,where are you? On the other hand, I often do not pick up calls or answer texts. Worst…. → Read More

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