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Standing in a crowded room of 100 plus people, you cannot fail to notice that everyone is having a great time - smiling, laughing, socializing, eating some delicious food - but most importantly, drinking some really great beer made to be enjoyed by some great breweries that care about what they create.

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The name Rivertucky 2014 Reserve Series Imperial Stout is an interesting one for sure.

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Russian River's Pliny The Elder is a beer with a cult following. Fanatics freak about it and i'm sure a lot of people pray to it. This being my first time enjoying this behemoth of a beer, it should be noted also that Vinnie Cilurzo brewmaster of Russian River is slated as the godfather of IPA's. This and his other trophy IPA Blind Pig, are star examples of the style. He also brews some wicked Belgian style ales and Russian River has a fantastic sour beer program. Let's dive into this beer with what I get from this beer.

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This time of the year we always look for beers that are going to warm our belly’s as much as our souls and Darkstar November from Bottle Logic Brewing is no exception. 

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RevWinery & Brewery Co. is located in the heart of the San Gabriel Valley in Covina, CA. While Covina may be a hard to find on a map, finding RevWinery/Brewery is a trick on its own. After 5:00, the gates to the industrial complex close and Rev will only open the gates if you call them. Owner Eddy and I spoke openly that he should carve out a sliding peephole in the front door and come up with a password to cap the mystery of how to get in.

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Hangar 24's Pugachev Royale 2014

Russian Imperial Stout Aged in Bourbon and Brandy Barrels

16.3% Alcohol By Volume

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The recently released memoir by Tony Magee, founder of Lagunitas Brewing, is a story of mistakes, misfortunes, good friends, integrity and plain old dumb luck. 

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The World Bottled Beers book describes 50 of the best beers according to author Adrian Tierney-Jones. 

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This BierBuzz Review is for the collaboration between HopScotch Tavern located in Fullerton, CA and Bottle Logic from Anaheim, CA called Railroad Tie Smoked IPA! 

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On my most recent adventure I attended the 1 Year Anniversary of Alosta Brewing Co. Strangely enough this was my first visit to Alosta so I didn't entirely know what to expect.

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The November BierBuzz® Pick of the Month is Coronado Brewing Company’s Stupid Stout 2014; a big and bold imperial American stout!

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So as a beer geek, I often have bottles from rare or limited edition beers that I keep in a box, thinking that someday I’ll do a cool project with them.

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On Saturday, November 8, 2014, Rock Sports held their 10th Annual Tour de Foothills Event that ended in the Claremont Village, Claremont CA.

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Sounds of the crowd, glasses clanking, a bustling bar staff scurries in preparation for the inevitable 'take over.' The clock strikes 5 p.m. and the only words that come from my mouth, "I'll take a Bourbon County Barelywine."

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A little background for those of you who’s only knowledge of Oktoberfest is giant tents somewhere in Germany filled with tourists swilling beer from giant steins, the history and style of Oktoberfest is significantly more than that. 

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Enlighten 2014 put on by Clayton’s Brewing Company in San Dimas was an event above and beyond my expectations!

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The first annual Inland Southern California Brewers Guild Beer Fest was unlike any beer fest that I have ever been to.

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The Complete Guide to Making Mead should be added to the bookshelf of anyone serious about homebrewing and/or mead making.

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The Ace Hotel and Swim Club in Palm Springs California hosted it's 3rd annual "Craft Beer Weekend." Over the course of two days, the Ace hosted a beer dinner (Friday night) and a beer festival complete with live music (Saturday.) We have never stayed at the Ace Hotel before and it was a great experience to be a part.

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On September 6, 2014 the California Beer Festival returned to Frank G. Bonelli Park in San Dimas for a great day on the shores of Puddingstone Reservoir! 

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