April’s Agent of Change organization is The San Diego LGBT Community Center, more affectionately known simply as THE CENTER.
During the month of April every Monday we will celebrate Meatless Monday and give 20% of all meatless pizza sales to The Center.
Did you know they are the second oldest LGBT Center in the country? (They began in 1972!) And one of the largest too. They really are a community center in the broadest sense of the words— they really do so much from health services to advocacy to mentorships. There have housing programs, several youth programs, a cyber center with career building classes, HIV services, Veterans services, mental health services— the list goes on. Last year, The Center provided more than 61,000 direct services to San Diego community members. Big work on a big scale.
You may be familiar with them for a whole host of reasons and one big one is their very organized DINING OUT FOR LIFE event which happens this month on April 27. (And that’s why we picked this month for The Center.) On DOFL Day, restaurants give a minimum of 25% of their sales from that evening to the Center. We are proud to say we’ve been on board since BLAH opened.
Abnormal Beer Co are celebrating their 2nd Anniversary and we wanted to be part of the party. So, we're inviting them down on Friday, April 7th and asked the to bring 6 kegs to celebrate. Flights will start at 6pm.
AGENTS OF CHANGE PROJECT
We donate of 20% meatless pizza sales every MeatLess Monday to a local cause. Click the image to find out info. JANUARY: Ocean Discovery Institute FEBRUARY: ARTS: A Reason To Survive MARCH: National Organization for Women SD APRIL: The Center MAY: 4 Bike Organizations JUNE: Dreams For Change JULY: Feeding San Diego AUGUST: California Innocence Project SEPTEMBER: Outdoor Outreach OCTOBER: Border Angels NOVEMBER: Girls Rising DECEMBER: SD Refugee Tutoring
FOR PRESIDENTS DAY WEEKEND
WE'LL FEATURE NORTH PARK BEER CO
MOCHA MASSAGE -- IMP. OATMEAL MOCHA STOUT
GOLDEN PHENIX -- BREAKFAST BLONDE ALE
HOP FU! -- AMERICAN IPA
STAY CLASSY -- SMALL IPA
DEVIL IN DISGUISE -- BELGIAN GOLDEN STRONG ALE
SAVE VS FIRE -- PILSNER
So our new Agent of Change for February is ARTS, A Reason to Survive. This is a favorite because they've been around for awhile but were really coming into their own and growing around when BLAH started and have really exploded into a huge and true force of change. Their primary goal is to help under-served youth— help them get through school, help them find themselves and their dreams, help them get into college or find a job— all via creative endeavors. They want these kids to find meaning, motivation and drive (aka a reason to survive). It's the whole teaching you to fish thing as opposed to just feeding you fish.
They accomplish this goal in a myriad of ways: from informal art experiences to professional skill building, through mentorships, apprenticeships, and a giant array of classes in music, studio art, building, design, writing, photography and more. They have a pretty sizable complex in National City that is truly super cool but they also reach out to schools, and neighborhood rec centers and groups and working-artists studios for the kids who cannot come to the Center.
They believe Art is the most powerful force of change.
This organization was started by this awesome guy named Matt D'Arrigo in 2001 after he lost his Mom to cancer. Art and music had really gotten him through it and he thought that if it worked for him, it could work for others. It was really small to start with— like really. And now? I don't know the numbers of the kids they reach but it's crazy and in the thousands. This documentary, about one of the ARTS students, Innocente, won the Academy Award for Short Documentary— and if you haven't seen it you should, it's online and it will make you sob and but also believe:
MONDAY, JANUARY 23RD MEATLESS MONDAY
20% of MeatLess Pizza sales goes to Ocean Discovery Institute in City Heights MERCH MADNESS MONDAY
8th Anniv Shirts & Hoodies at Customer Appreciation prices--$8 off! one nite only. 8th ANNIVERSARY IPA
Tapping at 5pm TUESDAY, JANUARY 24TH CANNIVERSARY
Celebrate National Can Beer Day with Keeper Koozies AND LOCAL CANS from...
*32 North - Best Coast IPA
*Council/Alvarado - Hummingbird Tart IPA
*Second Chance - Seize the Coffee IPA
*Benchmark - Hop Chunks
*Coronado - Stingray
*Port - Mongo
*Mikkeller - Beer Geek Breakfast
*Mother Earth - Cali Creamin
*Modern Times - Black House nitro
*Refuge - Blood Orange Witte
*Alesmith - IPA WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25TH SOUR BEERS
Almanac Mariposa, DFH SeaQuench, Avery Raspberry,
New Belgium Le Terrior, Rodenbach Alexander, Modern Times Fruitlands THURSDAY, JANUARY 26TH BLIND IPA CHALLENGE
Winner(s) gets(splits) a $100 gift card to BLAH.
*Russian River - Pliny
*New English - Pure & Simple
*Mother Earth - Kismet
*Societe - Apprentice
*Bells - Two Hearted
*El Segundo - Mayberry FRIDAY, JANUARY 27TH $4 EVERYTHING
All beers on the board just $4 11:30am-6pm RARE BEERS
Rare beers tap @ 6pm: Fall BBA Jinx Remover, Firestone Walker 19th & 20th Anniv,
New English BBA Special Brown, Silly Scotch, Piraat BA Rum and more. SATURDAY, JANUARY 28TH CAPE RUN
RUN, DRINK, RUN, DRINK, RUN, DRINK, RUN, DRINK DESERT ISLAND BEERS
if you could only take one beer with your to a desert island, what would it be?
OUR bar staff PICKED THEIRS and we're highlighting them ALL NIGHT. SUNDAY, JANUARY 29TH MYSTERY BIKE RIDE
We'll meet at BLAH at 11am and roll around town.
They'll be educational stops, fun stops, unplanned stops, and free stuff. CUSTOMER APPRECIATION NIGHT AKA SCHWAG SUNDAY
Starting at 5pm wear any year BLAH Anniversary shirt or hoodie and save…
8th anniv = 10%, 7th anniv = 12%, 6th anniv = 14%, 5th anniv = 16%
4th anniv = 18%, 3rd anniv = 20%, 2nd anniv = 25%, 1st anniv = 30% MONDAY, JANUARY 30TH THE 8TH DAY of ANNIVERSARY
with keeper glasses
8th anniv keeper glasses with Auto beer starting at 5pm
and who knows what else ;)
XMAS EVE - Get out, get some shopping done, and then get in BLAH for a late lunch / early dinner, and, of course, some beer. C'mon, you've been good. Noon-8pm, Kitchen closes at 7pm.
XMAS DAY - BAR ONLY from 5-10pm. Cheers to that! This has become sort of a tradition for us. We do our thing in the morning and then head on over to BLAH to do that other thing. We'll turn on some holiday-ish tunes, open the taps and have beers with friends. There's no kitchen, so feel free to bring your own. Anybody have a VHS copy of Trading Places we can borrow? Or should we go with Gremlins? Whatever we throw on, it's gonna be a fun night.
BELGIAN NEW YEARS EVE - Every year we flip NYE on it's head and get our celebrating done before things get sloppy. Join us SAT, 12/31, 11:30AM-9PM for our annual Belgian New Years event. Lots of Belgian beers, TONS OF KEEPER GLASSES, Belgian inspired food special and 3pm Belgian Toast! KITCHEN CLOSES at 8PM BELGIAN BEER
• Dupont Avec Les Bons Voeux - Pale Malts, Bready, Slight Spice
• Chimay Blue Grande Reserve - Floral, Caramel notes
• Straffe Hendrik Brugges Tripel - Strong, bright and floral
• Saison Dupont - Spicy, grassy, citrusy
• Blanche de Bruxelles - w/ orange peel, coriander
• St. Louis Framboise - Raspberry, Very Juicy
• Delirium Tremens - Spicy, Slightly Malty, Dry Bitter Finish
• St. Louis Gueuze Fond Tradition - Sour, No Fruit, No Sweetness
• Bavik Premium Pilsner - Light Body, Sweet Grain, Fruity & Floral
• Petrus Sour Quad - Blend of a Belgian Quad & Petrus Aged Pale 70/30
• Silly Scotch Burgundy - aged in Burgundy, taste for notes
• Piraat Rum Barrel Aged - Vanilla accents, country bread & dried fruit notes
• Gulden Draak NITRO - Sweet Malt, Toffee; re-fermented w Bordeaux wine yeast BELGIAN FOOD
• "Flammekueche" ("flahm-koosh") Pizza - Roasted pork belly, fried onion, walnut, creme fraiche, nutmeg, tallegio, parsley
• Belgian Meatballs w/ Cranberry yogurt and Chives NEW YEARS DAY - Shake it off. SUN, 1/1, 11:30AM-Midnight / KITCHEN 10PM
We'll still have plenty of Belgian beers on and full kitchen starting at 11:30am. Cheers to 2017!
Avance, Confluence, Fluxus 2016, Golden Brett, Hugh Malone,
James Bean, Little Brett, Monmouth Sour, Northman Calvados, One T
Friday, 11/4 11:30AM-6PM
ALL BEERS $4 from 11:30am-6pm
Friday, 11/4 6PM-CLOSE
SIERRA NEVADA “TRIP IN THE WOODS”
BA Narwhal, BA Biere de Garde, BA Bigfoot
Saturday, 11/5, 11:30AM
Mandarin Nectar, Bus Ride, HFS, Not Nelson, Pure Hop, Barrel-Aged Rye’Der
ALPINE (up &) DOWNHILL CHALLENGE
Join us and ride to alpine at 8am, tour the brewery and head back to blah for beers and food with Pat and Val of Alpine Beer Co. Get yer tickets: http://m.bpt.me/event/2711940
Saturday, 11/5, 5PM-CLOSE
BEACHWOOD BLENDERY & BREWERY
Monday, 11/7, 5PM-CLOSE
#MEATLESSMONDAY & $10 AUTO FLIGHTS
Tuesday, 11/8, 5PM-CLOSE
ELECTION DAY BLIND IPA CHALLENGE
Wednesday, 11/9, 5PM-CLOSE
2 TOWNS CIDER & NECTAR MEAD
1. Honeycone - Dry hopped with cascade 6.9% ABV
2. Cluster - Carrot blossom honey with cranberries and strawberries
3. Mellifera - Pinot BBL fermented aged sour with lacto and brett finished with fresh pressed Muscat grapes 5.7% ABV 2 TOWNS
1. Riverwood Brut - Jonagold Apple Champagne style cider 6.9%
2. Suns out Saison - Unfiltered Peach/Apple cider with a French Saison yeast 5.8%
3. Nice & Naughty - Bad Apple spiced for the holiday season 10.5%
Thursday, 11/10, 5PM-CLOSE
DARK HORSE / EPIC
BIG BAD BAPTIST ‘16 Collaboration W/ Dark Horse Coffee Roasters
Big Bad Baptist 2015, Brainless on Raspberry Nitro
Friday, 11/11 11:30AM-6PM
ALL BEERS $4 from 11:30am-6pm
USA VS MEXICO 4:45pm
Friday, 11/11 6PM
AUTOMATIC/BLAH KEEPER GLASS
we’ll have 100 glasses we made just for beer week
Saturday, 11/12, 11:30AM-CLOSE
MODERN TIME VEGAN PIZZA PARTY
Special vegan pizza pairings with...
Fortune Islands, Asteroid Cowboy, BA Devils Teeth Nitro
1. Bruery Frambulous 5.3%
SOUR BLOND aged in Oak w Raspberries
2. Almanac Farmer’s Reserve Raspberry 6.8%
SOUR BLOND aged in Wine Barrels w Raspberry
3. Almanac Pumpkin Pie de Brettaville 7.0%
PUMPKIN ALE w Brett, aged in Oak w Roasted Heirloom Pumpkin, Vanilla & Spices
4. Bruery Mash & Vanilla 13.3%
BARLEYWINE aged in Bourbon Barrels w Vanilla
5. Bruery White Chocolate 15.10%
BBA ALE Wheat-heavy grain base w Cacao and Vanilla Bean
6. Second Chance Festa Imperiale 9.5%
BBA IMP. STOUT w Oak & Vanilla Notes
1. Craftsman Old CA Sunset 6.5%
STEAM BEER Wine Barrel Aged 1yr, Bold
2. Lost Abbey Madonna w Child 11.0%
SOUR w Lime & Salt, Aged in Wine & Tequilla Barrels
3. Firestone Walker Lil’ Opal 5.9%
BA SAISON in Oak 14mo, Tangy, Crisp Finish
4. Petrus Aged Pale 7.3%
SOUR aged 2+yr in Oak, Dry
5. Petrus 80/20 7.1%
SOUR Blend of Aged Pale & Aged Red
6. Gulden Draak Brewmaster Reserve 10.5%
BA TRIPLE aged in Oak, Amber, Sweet
SDRT operates on a weekly basis meeting on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5 – 6:30 PM. Tutors work 1:1 with refugee students helping them with basic English and foundational math skills. Tutors also spend time reading with students and playing educational games together. Returning tutors are encouraged to work with the same students for consistency.
San Diego Refugee Tutoring works with refugee students from Ibarra Elementary and their siblings (preschool, middle school and high school). Their students have lived in the United States anywhere from one month to four years. They are Burmese/Karen/Karenni, Burundian, DR Congolese, Nepali, Iraqi, Somali, Sudanese, Mozambican, Ethiopian, and Eritrean. Most of our students speak several languages other than English.
Come in and support or go to their website where you can learn how to volunteer and/or donate.
Wed 9/21 DrinkAbout and NORMAL HEIGHTS 9/21/16 DAY
5-8pm Fundraiser to help w medical expenses for friends at Kensington Vet
9/21/16 Keeper Glass Giveaway starting at 5pm
Thurs 9/22 PRE TOUR de FAT PARTY and BIKE RIDE
With San Diego County Bicycle Coalition, San Diego Mtn Bike Association & NEW BELGIUM
Citradelic, Fruit Fly, Pumpkick, Fat Sour, Tart Lychee & MORE
PLUS, win a New Belgium cruiser
Sat 9/24- Sun 9/25 ADAMS AVE STREET FAIR
Sebadoh, The Beat Famers w/ Dave Alvin, Mrs Magician, The B-Side Players....
9/30- El Segundo Brewing Co Day One IPA
One Day IPA delivered the day it’s kegged + a flight of ESBC beers
10/1 &10/2 - BLAHktoberfest
Keeper steins. $9 refills all day/night all weekend.
Fri 11/4- Sun 11/13 SD BEER WEEK
Daily Events TBD
**Details subject to change
UPCOMING US SOCCER GAMES Fri. Sept. 2 - 12:30 pm
USMNT vs. St. Vincent and the Grenadines (WC Qualifying) - beIN Sport Tues. Sept. 6 - 5:00 pm
USMNT vs. Trinidad and Tobago (WC Qualifying) - FS1 Thurs. Sept 15 - 5:00 pm
USWNT vs. Thailand (Friendly) - ESPN2 Sun. Sept 18 - 4:00 pm
USWNT vs. Netherlands (Friendly) - FS1
Every year Automatic brews Handlebar IIPA to celebrate the life of Ben Davidson. This year's release will happen on Saturday, June 11th at 11:30am. Join us for a beer, grab a growler, enjoy a Benny (this years version of the Earl Franklin) and celebrate.
"Big" Ben Davidson, renowned for his 1960s exploits as an Oakland Raider Defensive End, as well as his enormous frame, grandiose mustache and his famed Miller Lite commercials, was obsessed with collecting cans, and bottles, during his travels as both a professional football player and devoted family man.
The six foot eight three-time AFL All Star and member of the AFL Hall of Fame began his football career with the Green Bay Packers — and that year the team won the NFL championship. Davidson later landed in the AFL with the Raiders, an iconoclastic team full of larger than life personalities and renegades, Davidson among them. Davidson played in Super Bowl II, three AFL championship games and the first AFC championship game. Davidson was part of the "Eleven Angry Men" defense that set the record for sacks in a season with 73 and made the Raiders the most notorious team in football.
Davidson's formidable physical presence and equally tremendous personality made him a natural for Hollywood, starting with Robert Altman's "M*A*S*H" in 1970. He can be seen in the movies Conan the Barbarian and Necessary Roughness, as well as innumerous television guest star appearances from Charlies' Angels to Happy Days.
But his most famous role was as himself in more than two dozen commercials for Miller Lite— he was, alongside Rodney Dangerfield and Bubba Smith, part of the popular, long-running "Tastes great, less filling" campaign that Advertising Age called the eighth-best advertising campaign of the 20th century.
Despite his relationship with Miller Lite, Ben loved craft beer and could often be seen in Blind Lady telling stories of his travels while sipping a local IPA. It was on just such an occasion that we met Ben and learned about his extensive collection. After sharing a few beers the offer was given: if we display them, we can have them.
Davidson spent his post-football years traveling the world with his friends and family including his wife of over 50 years, Kathy, and his three daughters— Janella, Dana and Vicky. An amazing storyteller, those adventures took him, on motorcycle, to the Panama Canal and around the US in a four-month adventure with fellow former Raider Tom Keating, but also on bicycle and in motorhomes, traipsing his family to all corners of the world.
Flights start Friday at 11:30am and go all weekend
SWEET SUNNY SOUTH
Southern table beer
This rustic ale features southern twists including corn grits, tea leaves, and plenty of sweet fruit, peaches, papaya, guava, and prickly pear.
o Austin beer works
o Bayou Teche Brewing
o Creature Comforts
o Funky Buddha
o Wicked Weed
o Sierra Nevada
Imperial Session IPA J
Hops are the stars in this imperial session ipa with intense Yakima valley hops and feature vivid aromas of citrus, berry, and bright tropical fruit.
o Bale Breaker
o Barley Browns
o Black Raven Brewing
o Melvin Brewing Co.
o Sierra Nevada
Imperial Brown Ale w/ cocoa
A rich malty brown ale ratchets up the flavor w/ the use of complex roasted malts, honey oats, Minnesota wild rice finishing w/ a chocolate kick of cocoa nibs
o Schells brewing
o Dark Horse Brewing
o Perennial Artisan
o Sun King Brewing
o Sierra Nevada
Sessions Rye w/ Hibiscus
This complex session ale packs an impressive flavor into an easy drinking beer featuring aromatic hops robust earthy malts and a touch of hibiscus for a floral tangy finish.
o Bear Republic
o Mad River
o Maui Brewing
o Sierra Nevada
PAT RYE OT
Revolutionary Pale Ale
This Pale Ale features rye and apples alongside a healthy dose of bold American hops for light bodied modern take a recipe steeped in traditional flavors
o Devils Backbone Brewing
o Dogfish Head
o Trillium Brewing
o Sierra Nevada
STOUT OF THE UNION
Robust Stout features layers of deep malt flavors with rich roasty caramel notes of coffee cocoa and dried fruit for a flavorful take on the traditional dark ale.
o Bagby Brewing Co.
o Smog City
o The Lost Abbey
o Sierra Nevada
Sunday, April 10th will mark exactly 3 months and we'll pay tribute to the late, great David Bowie by tapping Ninkasi Brewing Ground Control and a keg of AutomaticBrewingCo Major Tom Barrel-Aged Pale Ale (a space oddity of a beer for sure).
Opening at 11:30am...
Tap Ninkasi Ground Control & Automatic Major Tom
Bowie Videos and Movies on the Big Screen.
Bowie on the soundsystem (originals, covers, collabs, etc.)
LA Galaxy on the big screen at 7:30pm (Galaxy, get it?)
We are ecstatic to announce we are doing a Six-Course Collaboration Dinner with the wonderful Tijuana restaurant VERDE Y CREMA and it will be happening at THEIR gorgeous restaurant. Let's Go Clandestino, the amazing Baja Tour company, are selling the tickets through their site with an option to include a BUS RIDE down and back.
This Six-Course Dinner will have the option to come with pairings, which include two wines from Ulloa (an amazing Baja winery owned by Laja / Merotoro Chef Jair Tellez, who is also an owner of Verde Y Crema), a Wendlandt beer (they just took the top honor at the Mexico Beer Awards), a beer from our own Master Brewer Lee Chase of Automatic Brewing Co, and will finish with Verde Y Crema's own Mezcal. Menu will be release next week, but if interested now is the time to ensure we don't sell out!
And by the way, there are TWO seatings, one at 6pm and one at 9pm.
Chef Zoé Villarreal - Chef, Verde y Crema
Chef Jennifer G. Arana - Sous Chef, Verde Y Crema
Chef Sharon Wilson - Chef, Panama 66 (and former Head Chef of Tiger!Tiger!)
Chef Norbert Moniz - Chef, Tiger!Tiger! & Blind Lady Ale House
Chef Tim Fuller - Chef, Charcuterie & Baking Program BLAH, T!T! & P66
6-Course Dinner $63 (w/ bus $83)
6-Course Dinner + Drink Pairings $83 (w/ bus $103)
What are you doing Valentine's Day?
We'll be serving up Sexy & Sour Flights all day and night. Starting at 11:30am...
•Lost Abbey Cuvee de Tomme
•Russian River Supplication
•Almanac Hoppy Sour Mandarina
•Ninkasi RD Sour of Love
•Dogfish Head Noble Rot 2014
•The Libertine Table Saison
We'll also be playing love songs, nothing but love songs. Well, maybe some other stuff, but damn sure it'll be sexy.
Lots of craft cans and 200 Canniversary Keeper Koozies
One koozie per can purchased. Drink 4 cans, get 4 koozies!
Starts at 11:30am. We'll have 200-ish koozies to give away.
Canned beer makes its debut on this day in 1935. In partnership with the American Can Company, the Gottfried Krueger Brewing Company delivered 2,000 cans of Krueger’s Finest Beer and Krueger’s Cream Ale to faithful Krueger drinkers in Richmond, Virginia. Ninety-one percent of the drinkers approved of the canned beer, driving Krueger to give the green light to further production.
MEATLESS MONDAY meets MERCH MADNESS
We'll release our Anniversary with special Customer Appreciation prices.
$7 off any merch purchase on Monday night.
VHS SUNDAYS MORE TO TUESDAYS
Craftsman Fall Back, Craftsman El Prieto Ale (Sour Black Ale)
Russian River Supplication, Russian River Consecration
New Belgium Le Terroir and more
BLIND IPA CHALLENGE
This one will be easy. All local. All familiar.
Winner(s) gets(splits) a $100 gift card to BLAH.
$2 HANGAR 24 Orange Wheat and Alt Amber until it's gone.
Starts at 5pm.
These were the 1st beers ever tapped at BLAH.
PROGRESSIVE GONE WILD
ENTIRE BEER BOARD $4 til 4pm
And lunch pizzas til 4pm
We'll have 7th Anniversary Keeper Glasses at 5pm.
Purchase a beer. Keep the glass. 144 glasses.
CAPE RUN - SOLD OUT
MYSTERY BIKE RIDE We'll meet at BLAH and go on a 20-ish mile ride. There will be some food and some beer and some fun. Honestly, we're still figuring it out. Meet at BLAH at 11am. CUSTOMER APPRECIATION NIGHT
AKA SCHWAG SUNDAY
Starting at 5pm
Wear any year BLAH Anniversary shirt or hoodie and save…
7th anniv = 5%
6th anniv = 10%
5th anniv = 15%
4th anniv = 20%
3rd anniv = 20%
2nd anniv = 25%
1st anniv = 30%
Yes, you can purchase a 7th anniversary shirt and save 5% on your entire order, even the shirt.
INSPIRED TO RIDE follows a handful of cyclists as they race unsupported in the inaugural year of The Trans Am Bike Race. It's the antithesis to events like Tour de France and Race Across America. There are no teams, no support vehicles, no special jerseys and not a dime in prize money.
As they battle lack of sleep, injuries and spirited competition, INSPIRED TO RIDE takes you on an invigorating road trip — amidst the jaw-dropping beauty of the TransAmerica Trail with its varied landscapes, intriguing locals and found stories which dot this path of discovery.
WEDNESDAY, OCT 28TH, 5pm SOUR FLIGHTS
ALL FLIGHT ONLY!!!!
Green flash Morta Plum
Great Divide 21st Anniversary Sour
Bruery Tart of Darkness
Almanac Pumpkin Sour
Craftsman Mesa Verde
New Belgium La Folie
WEDNESDAY, NOV 4TH, 5pm BEYOND THE PALE
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale introduced many of us to the world of hoppy beers. Then, Celebration, once a year, took it to an entirely new extreme both in flavor and ABV. Tonight we celebrate Sierra Nevada and their story "Beyond The Pale." Join us for a flight of deliciously fresh, hoppy beers and a chance to get your hands on a copy of the book. Pale Ale, Celebration, Estate, Harvest, Torpedo, Hop Hunter Beyond the Pale chronicles Ken Grossman's journey from hobbyist homebrewer to owner of Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., one of the most successful craft breweries in the United States. From youthful adventures to pioneering craft brewer, Ken Grossman shares the trials and tribulations of building a brewery that produces more than 800,000 barrels of beer a year while maintaining its commitment to using the finest ingredients available. Since Grossman founded Sierra Nevada in 1980, part of a growing beer revolution in America, critics have proclaimed his beer to be "among the best brewed anywhere in the world."
FRIDAY, NOV 6TH, 11:30am-4pm ALL BEERS $4 EVERY BEER
FRIDAY, NOV 6TH, 5PM-CLOSE DOGFISH HEAD BIRTHDAY FLIGHTS
FEATURING: American Beauty, Sahtea and Noble Rot,
60 Minute, 90 Minute, 120 Minute
Punkin Ale, Indian Brown Ale, Kvasir
SATURDAY, NOV 7TH, 11:30am-CLOSE Greenflash VS Alpine
Handshake IPA, Pure Hoppiness, DUET,
Segal Ranch, Cuvee Trippel, Cellar 3 TBD
SUNDAY, NOV 8TH
MONDAY, NOV 9TH SDMBA FUNDRAISER & MOVIE NIGHT THE RIDER & THE WOLF PLUS, NEW BELGIUM FLIGHTS
BEERS: LA TERROIR, LA FOLIE, ERIKS ALE & MORE
Beers start at 5pm. SDMBA event starts at 6pm.
BENEFIT: $10 donation at the door with all proceeds going to SDMBA for better trails!
Ride: There will also be a ride before the movie.
Movie The Rider & The Wolf - https://vimeo.com/115822324 The Rider and the Wolf is a feature documentary about the life and mysterious disappearance of Mountain Bike Hall of Fame cyclist Mike Rust. He helped form the sport of mountain biking in the USA with the stoke and technical innovations he put into action in the mountain towns of Crested Butte and Salida. He went missing without a trace in 2009 in remote part of Colorado. The mystery remains. more movie info here
THURSDAY, NOV 12TH
TWO SCIENTISTS WALK INTO A BAR
Molecular Biology / Marine Ecologist
7.30pm to 9.30pm
Join them, and ask them anything you want! They'll be easy to spot. Just look for the sign that reads: "We are scientists. Ask us anything!"
FRIDAY, NOV 13TH, 5pm New English Flights ADAMS AVENUE/BINE & VINE DRAFT
FEATURING: Pure & Simple IPA, Humbly Legit IPA, Two Legit DIPA.
Brewers Special Brown Ale, Adams Avenue Imperial Porter, Zumbar Chocolate Coffee Imperial Stout.
Plus, a cask of _____!!
Two legit... Two legit to quit
Two legit... Two legit to quit
Two legit... Two legit to quit
Sweat running all over my chest (chest) I don't quit no!
I just press harder (Yea!) than I ever did before going for
The dreams that I have in store in my mind (mind) and I know
That I'm makin it I gotta get mine and nobody's takin it away
(No!) cause hammer don't play that you try to get mine
Boy you better step back freeze (freeze) cause
You don't want none I hustle for my muscle and you look
Weak son (real weak) yea!... I'm goin for all that I can get
Kickin at the top cause I'm two legit to quit... sing!...
Two legit... Two legit to quit (hey... hey...) Two legit... Two
Legit... Two legit to quit... (hey...) Two legit... Two legit to quit
(two legit...) Two legit... Two legit to quit...
SATURDAY, NOV 14TH, 5pm MODERN TIMES VEGAN PIZZA PARTY
FEATUING ANY OR ALL OF THESE: Blazing World, Lomaland, Black House, Fortunate Islands, Neverwhere 100% Brett IPA, Aurora Red Rye IPA, Fruitlands with Apricot, Monsters Park Imperial Stout, Orderville IPA, Lost Horizon DIPA
IT'S GONNA BE LIKE THIS, BUT VEGAN
SUNDAY, NOV 15TH ALLAGASH FLIGHTS
Victor, Adventureux, Farm to Face,
Sluxus, Special Hoppy Blonde & KEEPER GLASSES
6TH ANNUAL ALPINE (UP &) DOWNHILL POSTPONED 'TIL 11/22 DUE TO RAIN :(
For the last 5 years we've taken a group of 20-30 cyclists on a ride up to Alpine Beer Co for a tour some tastes and then rider back to Blind Lady Ale House for a guided tasting with Pat and Val from Alpine. This year we're moving things over to Panama 66. Yep, we'll start from P66, ride 25+ miles up to Alpine and then back to P66. At the end of the ride we will taste PURE HOPPINESS, DUET, HOPPY BIRTHDAY, NELSON & MAYBE MORE with Pat and Val. All riders will be treated to food, commemorative gifts and a truly amazing time. Sign up and don't miss out... http://bpt.me/2460909
Home Brewing Co on tap this Thursday.
A few of our bartenders had the opportunity to go in and brew with George from Home Brewing Co a few weeks back. The first lager in their series of SMASH beers (Single Malt And Single Hop). Notes of melon and citrus rind from Mandarina Bavaria (a new German varietal), balanced by intensely bready floor-malted bohemian pilsner malt from Germany.
We'll also have Westoaster on tap. Ryan from Westcoaster was part of this Amber ale featuring 100% Red X malt with SD Grown Fresh Hops. Malt forward, beautiful red hue, toasty with hints of cherry and dark fruit. A soft, resinous, citrus hop profile.