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Old 07-19-2013, 04:13 AM   #11
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In petaluma visit Dempsey's. If your there during the week hit me up in the brewery

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Old 07-19-2013, 02:40 PM   #12
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Very Cool. And if you are at Toronado, may as well wander on over to Magnolia. While the food can bee a bit over priced, it's really good and the cask ales are pretty awesome.
The food at magnolia is awesome. The devils on horseback are incredible and their house made sausage is extremely well made.

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Try to get up to Santa Rosa and Russian River. Lovely drive, especially if you take the death-defying coastal path. Take my word for it, don't look down.

There is no excuse for you to come all the way across the pacific and not go to Russian River..Truly one of the great breweries in the world.


You should take the scenic route, and you can stop for BBQ oysters on the way.
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Old 07-20-2013, 01:58 PM   #13
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The food at magnolia is awesome. The devils on horseback are incredible and their house made sausage is extremely well made.




There is no excuse for you to come all the way across the pacific and not go to Russian River..Truly one of the great breweries in the world.


You should take the scenic route, and you can stop for BBQ oysters on the way.
yep, it's booked in already. super excited. i've been to the u.s many times before (my wife is american and we're moving there in a few years) but i've not been to san fran since 2000 so i was keen to see what had changed and what breweries were potentially up and coming. very excited. can't wait. thanks all for your suggestions!
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Old 07-20-2013, 02:54 PM   #14
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Oh man, there are so many breweries in the bay that are worth going to, it would be tough to hit them all.

Russian River
Lagunitas
Moylans
21st Amendment
Anchor
Drakes
Triple Rock
Social Kitchen
Magnolia

I'm sure I missed a lot too.

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