Monday-Thursday 5pm-12am /// Friday-Sunday 11:30am-12am /// Last Call 11:15pm

Monday, May 23, 2011

This Friday & Saturday

9/49 Random Act w/ Automatic Brewing Co Insider Belgian Cream Ale. Beer will be available by the glass an in growlers while supplies last.
Cask is Stone Smoked Porter w/ Vanilla Bean
$2 til 2pm $3 til 3pm starts at 11:30am
UEFA Champions League Final doors open at 10:30am
Bruery Flights start at 2pm
Grand Teton Flights all day. 

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Thanks to TapHunter for the write up...

TapHunter.com’s American Craft Beer Week blogging series continues with an in-depth look at brewer Lee Chase’s efforts to raise the beer bar (part 1 and 2 here). Above: Chase writing up his beer offering for the first in a series of coffee beers by Automatic Brewing. More on Chase’s coffee series and what we can expect to drink by summer time, below.

Artisan pizza pies from Blind Lady Ale House decorate the cover of this month’s San Diego Magazine, the perfect snack to accompany Candace Woo’s Critic’s Pick for ‘Best Craft Beer Selection’ in town. BLAH’s curated selection of craft beers from around the world to those small batches made in-house represent brewer Lee Chase’s dedication to quality, a relevant concern as San Diego breweries and pubs grow in numbers. Curious to find out more on Chase’s quest to raise the beer bar, TapHunter.com asked a few questions exploring BLAH’s involvement with the Honest Pint Project, the quest for clean beer, and an expansion for Automatic Brewing Company debuting this summer.
TapHunter: What did you learn at Stone Brewing Company that you still put to use and think about in your endeavors at Blind Lady and/or Automatic Brewing Co?
Chase: Undoubtedly, I learned a ton from my years working at Stone: We grew the brewery from 0-55,000 barrels of beer per year over the 9+ years I was there. However, a lot of that growth was applying what I’d learned from studying Malting & Brewing Science at UC Davis. Read More...

Monday, May 9, 2011

Monday Movies with MIHO

MAY 23
MIHO Gastrotruck: 6-8PM
Non-profit documentary explores conflict surrounding mountain bikers on public lands.
The one hour documentary examines the long-standing confrontation between mountain bikers and federal land management agencies such as the U.S. Forest Service over bikers’ rights and access to public lands. “Our primary theme here revolves around sustainability,” said writer/director Jamie Howell. “Mountain biking is exploding around the world. We will have to find new, cooperative approaches that both allow it as a legitimate use and manage it in a way that prevents the destruction of our precious and limited natural spaces.”
We will also be showing the short film "Bring the Riding to the People"
MAY 30   
We will be CLOSED on Memorial Day!!!!!!!

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Cinco de Mammas Day Weekend

It's the 5th of June and we're business as usual. Oh, but we do have the best House Made Chorizo and Soyrizo Pizzas in town.

This Friday's cask is Firestone Walker's Pale 31. Should be delicious on cask. We open for lunch at 11:30 and the cask will be $2 'til 2pm, then $3 'til 3pm (if it lasts that long).

This Saturday night is Night on Adams. There will be bands, art, music, drink specials and all sorts of things happening on Adams. Check out the Facebook Event Page or OnAdams.com for more info.

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Oh, and Sunday is Mother's Day. While everywhere else will be offering expensive brunches and booked with reservations, Blind Lady will be open doing our normal thing. 'Cuz not all momma's want champagne and roses and chocolates. Some just want pizza & beer and to not have to clean up.

Sunday, May 1, 2011