a pint (or 10) of heaven

http://denistar.rs/?enot=markets-world-erfahrung Hey there. It’s me. Dan. I’m the other half of “Dackie” that only makes rare (and obviously, very special) appearances on this blog. I’ve hereby been ordered to report on our evening at the 30th Anniversary party for Sierra Nevada, held two weeks ago….so away we go:

go to link Even though it was held on a Monday, it didn’t require much arm-twisting to get us to say yes. I mean, seriously people. From Sierra Nevada themselves: “Many of these beers never have been, and never will be, released to the public.” How can you say no to that?

his explanation The whole shindig started at 4pm, so Jackie and I both got to skip out of work early (yay!). We put on our drinking shoes–which are similar to dancing shoes and eating pants, only slightly modified–and were on our way to the celebration.

here I’m not sure which particular warehouse the party was being held in, I think it was their packaging warehouse, but holy geez this place was huge.  It must have been the size of two football fields. Concrete floors, concrete walls, 40ft ceilings… just huge.

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currency forex online trading We walk into the dimmed warehouse, lit with strings of white lights, a few stage lights on the opposite end of the building and sporadically placed candles set inside empty beer bottles set on top of old oak barrels. Very cool, mellow vibe.

click Until everyone showed up.

buy Lyrica in thailand Did I mention how big this warehouse was? Well, two-thousand people later and those football fields were filled.

http://zieduagentura.lv/?newsbinary=what-do-you-mean-by-options-in-stock-market Anyways, back to the beer. Two rows of taps lined the left-hand wall as you walked in and needless to say, it was awesome. The first few beers we had were some of their 30th Anniversary beers that have already been out earlier this year. I hate to say it but I haven’t been a big fan of these. I did, however, love-love-love the Brewer’s Reserve, which is a mashup of their Celebration, Bigfoot and Pale Ale’s. One of the top 3 beers I had that night. The other two were definitely the Hopsichord and Hoptimum. If you haven’t guessed, I like hops. Jackie does too. And Scott made it three that night. We went back for seconds and thirds (and fourths*) while getting a few more samples of the other beers.

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menn i datingfasen They offered a really great dinner, but unfortunately, they skimped on the tri-tip so there wasn’t nearly enough sustenance to soak up all of the amazing beer. The bands started to play and, while not really my cup of tea (bluegrass), it was a really fun vibe. Everyone seemed to be having fun.

source My dad and step-mom were with us that night and they were fired up to see the blues band, Roy Rogers and the Delta Rhythm Kings. They were a lot of fun and had some cool musical guests including a guy that played the harp.


http://big-balloon.nl/?author=46 All in all, I think I tried 12 or so of the 30 beers they had available that night. I still can’t believe how many people there were. My dad has this theory that Sierra Nevada was testing the waters for larger music venue in town. If its half as awesome as their Big Room, I am all for it. Especially now that my company has outgrown their facilities.

ansa opzioni binarie Well that about does it. We definitely had a good time. Tuesday wasn’t so good, but when you’ve got special reserve beer on tap, you just have to take one for the team.

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dating rastafarian * I should note that we’re not talking about full beers here. Just 2-3 ounce samples.

Comments 1

  1. jackie wrote:

    mmmm…hoptimum and hopsichord. yum.

    Posted 01 Dec 2010 at 3:42 pm

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