Showing posts with label too many beers?. Show all posts
Showing posts with label too many beers?. Show all posts

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Too Many Beers?

Never thirsty when drinking beers at Tom Marioni's. Thanks for the invite CD and TM! More about Tom Marioni HERE, and a nice little story when Ed Ruscha was the guest bartender at the Hammer HERE.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Kitchen Drunkard

Waist apron from Kagoshima Japan advertising the local libation made from Yams. Thanks Shin!

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Anchors Away

tasty seasonal from Anchor...

HUMMING is an ancient term, used centuries ago to describe both ales and beers. Although its origins are shrouded in mystery, it suits this bold hoppy ale, which we have created to celebrate the anniversary of our first brew at 1705 Mariposa Street. From that very day we were humming!
In 1965, we dedicated ourselves to reviving the nearly bankrupt, almost medieval little San Francisco brewery on 8th Street. By 1977, Anchor's small staff was making five unique beers in its tiny state-of-the-art facility. We purchased an old coffee-roasting plant on Mariposa, overseeing its gradual transformation into our "new" brewery. Finally, on August 13, 1979, our move was complete, we fired up the brewkettle, and Anchor Steam® had a new home—its sixth since 1896.

Hey Mr. Covert, has this made it down to the southland? The Arm recommends....
still not as good as the Great White, but getting there

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Monks Kettle

One too many Imperial Stouts for a Monday night at Monks Kettle. With over 150 beers, ranging from extreme to more extreme, its hard to take good photos. Thanks MC. Monks Kettle HERE

Monday, May 31, 2010

Have a Good One

Great White-Best beer on the planet.
Lost Coast Brewery in the Humboldt Nation HERE