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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

cicloSDias 2016

Monday, October 24, 2016


Did you know that BLAH is home of Automatic Brewing Co?
We hope you do, but some people don't know that 
we've been brewing at BLAH since 2010.
Yep, for 6 years.
Thanks for everyone voting us to the top again.

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Barrel Aged Beer Day and more...

Friday, October 6th starting at 11:30am
All beer in flights or by the glass!


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

Monday, October 3, 2016


Refugee Tutoring from RODANICHE FILMS on Vimeo.

Every Monday thru the end of the year we will donate 20% of all meatless pizza sales to San Diego Refugee Tutoring.

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.