I’ve now graduated UC Davis and the lease on my townhouse is up, so I’ve gotta get out. So now I’m moved in with my friend in Park Merced by San Francisco State University.
They just never seem that special. They always kinda seem the same. And it often seems too hard to see the difference between “craft” versions and mass-market versions. Lagers. Yellow beers. Apparently they’re more respected in Europe. I figured I must be missing something if that was my whole impression of Lagers. So I decided to […]
Hey, so, it’s not necessarily comprehensive, but it comes pretty close: The Brewhaha Where to Get Beer in Davis Flowchart. The next time you find yourself at home wondering, “What should I do tonight?” just look to this chart.
You likely know about it. There have been posters around town, and even small flyers around the necks of New Belgium beer bottles in Aggie Liquor. But just in case you’ve missed these promotional efforts, I’m here to tell you about it.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned here with Brewhaha, it’s that you really need to give a beer more than one chance before giving it a verdict. While it’s still easier to buy beer than wine with the confidence of it having a reliably good flavor, it’s not 100% reliable.
I went into the Food Co-Op the other day and noticed a new 22 oz. bomber on the shelves from Deschutes brewery in Bend, Oregon. It’s called Hop in the Dark. They label it as a “Cascadian Dark Ale,” which as their bottle says, is “the curious place where the velvet dark of roasted malt […]