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[19 Nov 2007 | No Comment | ]

Brewers and guests from all around be bay area will be on hand to talk about holiday beers. You know, those over the top spiced out beers that we get once a year.
$40. Reservation required. Call the 21st Amendment today to make a reservation today. It always sells out.

the homework is beer but it takes your money to fund the research required to find the next topic.

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[29 Oct 2007 | No Comment | ]

November 3, 2007 is the American Homebrewers Association’s (AHA) 9th Annual Teach a Friend to Homebrew Day and the Elizabeth Street Brewery are participating in this year’s celebration.
Teach a Friend to Homebrew Day is an international event celebrated each year on the first Saturday in November with the goal of introducing people to the homebrewing hobby and establishing relationships with local homebrew supply shops and homebrew clubs. Elizabeth Street Brewery is to inviting anyone who is interested in learning how to homebrew to stop by from 11:00am to …

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[22 Oct 2007 | 2 Comments | ]

It’s that time of year again when the brewers go mad making us drink beer made with pumpkin. Personally I find the pumpkin beer fun to try but tough to finish. It’s either too much spice or not enough pumpkin.
Usually the pumpkin is cut up and added to mash or the boil. But here’s an brewer that actually used a big pumpkin for all parts of making his beer. Not cut up. The hollowed out pumpkin!
Because most of us don’t have time to brew a beer for the groovy goulies …

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[6 Apr 2007 | No Comment | ]

It looks way funner then quarters ever played. Not that we’re advocates of drinking games but we have played them at some point or other. The cast over at Tiki Bar TV have made an instructional video on how to play “Bunnies!” Which looks to be one of those games that starts simple, adds rules, until it’s impossible for anyone just entering the game to comprehend what is going on. That and add drunkenness (that word totally doesn’t look right but the werp says is fine) to the incomprehensibility. That …