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Old 07-07-2006, 11:22 PM   #1
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I got this from jrhomebrewers.org:

Legend Celtic and Beer Fest
Come Join us for the first ever Legend Celtic and Beer Festival

When July 15 and 16 from 12PM to 7PM

Where The Meadow at the Boulders, just off Powhite parkway between Jahnke Rd and Midlothian Turnpike in beautiful Richmond, VA.

Live music all weekend long from Tom Lenehan, the St. Andrews Pipe and Drum, Poisoned Dwarf, Good Natured Riot and more

50 beers on tap from the best micro brews around the country.

Cost is $20 in advance, and may be purchased at Legend Brewing,
Capital Ale House and Plan 9 starting July 1. You may also purchase
them online at Ticketalternative.com. Tickets at the gate will be
$25.

Ticket gets you unlimited beer samples, a collectors glass, and all
day enjoyment of Celtic vendors, music and lots of good food and ice cream.

Designated Drivers are $10 at the gate, Children are free.

Cheers!
The Staff at Legend Brewing Company

Beer to be poored:
Legend Brown
Legend Hefeweizen
Legend Lager
Legend Porter
Legend Pale Ale
Legend Pilsner
Dales Pale Ale
Vitory Hop Devil
Victory Prima Pils
Tuppers Hop Pocket
Lancaster Hop Hog
Old Chub
Witterkirk
Rose
Weyerbacher- 3 beers
Southstreet brewing 3 beers
Star Hill 4 beers
Guinness
Harp
Smithwicks
Sierra Nevada
Sam Adams Lager
Sam Adams Cherry Wheat
Stella Artois
Blue Moon
Pyramid Heffeweizen
Delirium Tremens
Southampton "Secret" Alt Style Ale
Hofbrau Mai Bock
Charleston Brewing Co. Half Moon Hefe Weiss
Stone Smoked Porter
Lagunitas Censored
Butte Creek Organic IPA
Floris Apple
Blackthorn English Dry Cider
More Added Soon

Bands:
St Andrews Pipe and Drum
Bill Knoxon
Warpipe
Tinkers Dam
Tom Somerville
Good Natured Riot
Tom Lenehan


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Old 07-08-2006, 12:35 AM   #2
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Sounds fun, but I'll be out of town.

Headed to the land of Beer and Cheese!!!!


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Old 07-08-2006, 02:26 AM   #3
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Damn, that sounds like fun!
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Old 07-16-2006, 07:09 PM   #4
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Post-event report... small crowds and hot as hell. Beer was good though.
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Old 07-17-2006, 12:52 AM   #5
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WIsh I could have made it, but work/kiddo didn't allow.

Did you try Legend's Imperial Pilsner?
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Old 07-17-2006, 01:18 AM   #6
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I don't think anyone in our group tried it... did we miss out?
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Old 07-17-2006, 05:42 AM   #7
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I didn't go. too frickin' hot.
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I don't think anyone in our group tried it... did we miss out?
I had it through the beer engine at Capital Ale House. It rocked, but I'd like to try it cold and carbonated.
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WIsh I could have made it, but work/kiddo didn't allow.

Did you try Legend's Imperial Pilsner?
I just attended one of the James River Homebrewers meetings and during the meeting (which is held at Legend) they passed around several samples of Legend brews. I personally found the regular Pilsner to be better than the Imperial Pilsner but my tastes lean more towards Porters and Stouts then the Hoppier beers.

 
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I just attended one of the James River Homebrewers meetings and during the meeting (which is held at Legend) they passed around several samples of Legend brews. I personally found the regular Pilsner to be better than the Imperial Pilsner but my tastes lean more towards Porters and Stouts then the Hoppier beers.
Did you try the Imperial IPA? I had some the other night and loved it.


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