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Old 02-11-2007, 12:16 AM   #1
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I *finally* found a local beer store that carries Stone beers. I grabbed a six of IPA and a bomber of Ruination and Arrogant Bastard. Drinking the IPA right now and it's damn good. You kids from the left coast are lucky.


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Old 02-11-2007, 01:59 AM   #2
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They are! I piled my honda civic with 500 $ of Stone brews before i drove from Cali to Florida- i am almost done- and i have been being VERY stingy! Drinking a Double Bastrard now though...

I gotta tell you though, all that beer really killed my gas milage!


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Old 02-18-2007, 11:29 PM   #3
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i just moved from San Marcos, CA....which is the home of Stone Brewing....they got a nice operation going.....love their IPA....
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Has anyone been to their restuarant in Escondido? I went to the 10th Anniversary Stone beerfest, and heard all about their new restaurant opening at their brewery, but never got to visit when i was there in cali.... and at the beerfest they had Arrogant Bastard onion rings, and i didnt even try them- grrrrrrr.
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I love stone brews, porbably my favorite brewery right now.
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I havn't been back to the brewery since the restaurant opened, but it's up and running. They always have a few other beers there you can't get anywhere else. They had the Oaked Arrogant Bastard there long before they started bottled it. I had some of their Smoked Porter that had Chipotle peppers in it, and some porter that was oaked.
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I havn't been back to the brewery since the restaurant opened, but it's up and running. They always have a few other beers there you can't get anywhere else. They had the Oaked Arrogant Bastard there long before they started bottled it. I had some of their Smoked Porter that had Chipotle peppers in it, and some porter that was oaked.
Now that right there... sounds good!!!
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They had a cask-conditioned IPA at a real ale event I went to this past spring it it was tremendous. Dry-hopped with chinook, which was a fairly bold move, but i thought it was great.
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I just tried the Oak Aged Arrogant Bastard on tap last night and it was Awesome!!!
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The resturant in killer! Onion rings are too good to be true, and the beer speaks for itself!


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