Monthly Archives: September 2007

oregon beer trail

I have found heaven, and it is in Oregon. I had long heard about all the craft and micro brews that had come from this state. Many times, you wonder if certain places and things start to get by on … Continue reading

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doggie style: the brewmaster of flying dog

I could not think of a better way to start off my Oregon Beer Trail week than to speak to the brewmaster for a major craft brewery. And by some miracle, this chance actually came about when Stephanie Kerchner in … Continue reading

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September 2007 – Chimay Ale (blue label)

I have been sipping on my Chimay Ale for well over an hour. As the beer has slowly made the journey from refrigerated to room temperature, the flavor and richness slowly transformed along the way and has reached the point … Continue reading

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a legend moves on

I read this morning that beer writing legend Michael Jackson died of a heart attack on Thursday at the age of 65. Jackson was one of the early pioneers in the beer renaissance that started in the 1970s. We owe … Continue reading

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