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Saturday, July 07, 2007

The Session #5 - Links

This is one part of a series of posts. Here's a quick listing of links to establishments and events that we mentioned in our webcast on 7/6/07. Breweries - Anchor (tours and tastings top notch) - Yards (special events/discussions; beer to go) - Ommegang (bucolic setting) - Anderson Valley (more bucolic than Ommegang? is that possible?!) - East End Brewery/Brewpub - Magnolia (great neighborhood; awesome, friendly staff; cask beers galore) - Russian River ("holy grail"; beer geek heaven) - General Lafayette (old historic building) - Church Brew Works (former church, need I say more) - Johnstown Brewing Company (memorabilia from the Bethlehem Steel, patterns, hard hats, location near hometown) - Selin's Grove (Hops growing on the patio, great beer, Civil War era feel, converted garage for part of the brewing operations) Beer Bars/Other - Brick Store Pub (2 floors; very Decatur cool Belgian room) - Monk's Cafe (hard-to-find beers from around the world; beer dinners) - Our highlights from Monk's dinners - Bridgid's (original Philly Belgian; cozy; great family residential city neighborhood) Festivals - Ommegang BCTC - Our highlights from Ommegang - GABF - Oregon's Brewer's Fest

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