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Craft Beer Deconstructed: 2012 Deschutes Brewery Abyss

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Craft Beer Deconstructed - Deschutes Abyss


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The Homebrew Chef And Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Company

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Chef Sean Z. Paxton

Sean Z. Paxton “The Homebrew Chef has traveled the world cooking with the world’s finest brews and now he is bringing his incredible beer cuisine to the Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Company. Sean will take you around the Point Reyes dairy farm, lead you through cheese tasting, and cook a sumptuous lunch you won’t soon forget. Check out the menu below.

Menu 

Local Oysters + Anderson Valley Barney Flats Oatmeal Stout mignonette + Original Blue

Root Vegetables + Russian River Temptation-Braised Turkey Pot Pie with New Blue Barley Crust

Local Lamb Cheeks Braised in Lagunitas Brewing Co. Cappuccino Stout + Toma Mashed Potatoes + Sautéed Winter Greens + Gremolata

Beer Caramel Mousse + Spiced Red Rocket Ale Cake + Pumpkin Seed-Ale Brittle

Date: Saturday, December 8th

Time: 10:30am – 3:00pm

Fee: $120 Register at The Fork At Point Reyes or via phone at 800.591.6878.


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The Happening: Firestone Walker XVI Anniversary Ale Release

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Firestone Walker Cornhole Champions

Firestone Walker 2012 Cornhole Champions flank Firetone head brewer Dustin Krall.

What: Firestone Walker XVI Anniversary Ale Release
When November 3, 2012
Where: Firestone Walker Brewing Company
Paso Robles, CA

Enthusiastic craft beer lovers flocked to Firestone Walker’s newly built brewhouse to celebrate the release of their coveted annual anniversary ale. Guests enjoyed beer samples, live music, purchased Firestone Walker XVI Anniversary Ale and competed in a cornhole tournament against the brewers. The team that won the cornhole tournament has previously beaten the brewer’s team and head brewer Dustin Krall has vowed to beat them next year.

Firestone Walker brewers teamed up with some of the region’s top winemakers to create the XVI Anniversary Ale blend. Chosen for their innate blending abilities, they would help blend, taste and throw friendly jabs as they attempted to create the unique anniversary ale. In the end, one blend was left standing.

THE FINAL BLEND – 13% ABV / IBU 36 / COLOR 54 SRM

“We blended together 226 oak barrels and eight different beers creating something truly complex and exceptional.” – Brewmaster Matt Brynildson

Velvet Merkin / Aged in Bourbon Barrels / 23% of Final Blend
-Traditional Oatmeal Stout

Stickee Monkee / Aged in Bourbon and Brandy Barrels / 22.5% of Final Blend
-English Barley Wine

Double DBA / Aged in retired Firestone Union Barrels / 20.3% of Final Blend
-Double strength English Pale Ale

Parabola / Aged in Bourbon Barrels / 10.8% of Final Blend
-Russian Imperial Oatmeal Stout

PNC / Aged in Tequila Barrels / 8.1% of Final Blend
-American Strong Buckwheat Stout

Helldorado / Aged in Bourbon and Brandy Barrels / 5.4% of Final Blend
-Blonde Barley Wine

Bravo / Aged in Bourbon and Brandy Barrels / 5.4% of Final Blend
-Imperial Brown Ale

Wookey Jack / 100% Stainless Steel / 4.5% of Final Blend
-Black Rye India Pale Ale


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The Bruery Black Tuesday to be Sold Online Tomorrow

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Black Tuesday

Starting tomorrow at 10am PST, The Bruery Black Tuesday will go on sale. The beer, which according to The Bruery is “an imperial stout aged in bourbon barrels for over a year. Rich caramel, toasted malt, vanilla, burnt wood and anise are just a few of the many flavors in this rich, decadent imperial stout.”

At 18%+ alcohol, it’s a beast of a beer and highly coveted among beer geeks. Don’t live in California? No problem, as you can purchase it online. However, you will need someone to pick it up for you as The Bruery doesn’t ship. More details below.

Black Tuesday will be sold to the world on October 30th, the final Tuesday of the month of October.

Sales will be online and will begin at 10am PST.

The web domain for the sale is http://BT.thebruery.com

You will be able to purchase a maximum of 2 bottles of Black Tuesday.

Bottles are $30 each.

We can not ship the beer, it must be picked up from The Bruery Tasting Room. Pickups will begin on November 1st and we will store it until 12/31/12

We HIGHLY recommend that you login ahead of time (right now) and create an account so that you can jump right into the sale on the 30th, as bottles will likely go quickly.

**Please note, this goes through the same eCommerce site that we use for our Reserve Society. If you head to that page right now to create your profile, you will see a few things for sale. You don’t have access to purchase those beers, but feel free to look and consider joining the 2013 Reserve Society!

**Also, please note that our current eCommerce system does not guarantee a bottle once it is in your cart. You must FINISH THE CHECKOUT PROCESS before the bottle is guaranteed. We agree, this is a bit odd, but it is what it is and in January of 2013 we will have a brand new site built from the ground up for us without this flaw.

**You must pick up your beer from The Bruery Tasting Room on or before December 31st, 2012. You may assign a trustee to pick up your beer if you can not make it to The Bruery yourself before that date. Do this by putting their name in the shipping section of your profile. In the case that your beer is not picked up by 12/31/12, it will be donated to a charitable auction of our choice.


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The Homebrew Chef Sean Z. Paxton’s Pumpkin Spice Cake with Vanilla Porter

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Pumpkin Spice Cake with Vanilla Porter, could there possibly be a better combination of pumpkin and beer? I squealed like a little girl when I ran across this recipe from the zen master of beer cuisine The Homebrew Chef a.k.a. Sean Z. Paxton. I have never had a recipe of Sean’s that didn’t impress, and this is no exception. Give it a whirl, you won’t be sorry.

Get the recipe here: http://www.examiner.com/article/pumpkin-spice-cake-with-vanilla-porter



Beverage Kickstarter Of The Week: The Brew Gentlemen Beer Co.

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Here in the heart of The Mutiny, we are always stoked to hear about something new in the world of fine beverage. Over at Kickstarter, there are a lot of beverage minded people trying to get their businesses off the ground, so we decided to spotlight some of our favorites. This week we’ve chosen The Brew Gentlemen Beer Co. They only have 13 days to go on their project, so check out their page to learn more and donate to an exciting new beverage project.


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Napa’s Kitchen Door’s Oktoberfest Saturday 9/29

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Kitchen Door Oktoberfest Menu

Napa’s Kitchen Door is doing their monthly craft beer dinner a little different this month, in that they’re doing a lunch in celebration of Oktoberfest. Kitchen Door, recently honored as a Michelin Guide Recommended Restaurant as well as one of Bon Appetit’s 7 Best Restaurants in Napa Valley, will be pairing five delicious German inspired courses with six incredible German and Germany-style beers.

As always, Mutineer will be on hand for the festivities and attendees will walk away with their very of beer stein.

Tickets are very limited for this fun lunch and are $75 each, tax and gratuity included.

Mutineer will be on hand at the event and we hope to see you there.

Call or email Tim Seberson ASAP if interested in attending.
707-226-1560 // tim@kitchendoornapa.com


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Save The Date: Napa’s Kitchen Door’s Oktoberfest 9/29

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Kitchen Door Oktoberfest

Napa’s Kitchen Door is doing their monthly craft beer dinner a little different this month, in that they’re doing a lunch in celebration of Oktoberfest. Kitchen Door, recently honored as a Michelin Guide Recommended Restaurant as well as one of Bon Appetit’s 7 Best Restaurants in Napa Valley, will be pairing five delicious German inspired courses with six incredible German and Germany-style beers.

As always, Mutineer will be on hand for the festivities and attendees will walk away with their very of beer stein.

Tickets are very limited for this fun lunch and are $75 each, tax and gratuity included.

Mutineer will be on hand at the event and we hope to see you there.

Call or email Tim Seberson ASAP if interested in attending.
707-226-1560 // tim@kitchendoornapa.com


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