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Re: A Paleontologist's beer!
> From: T. Michael Keesey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: A Paleontologist's beer!
> To: email@example.com
> Date: Monday, September 8, 2008, 3:22 PM
> On Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 2:52 PM, john hunt
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Sorry, Budweiser is Czech beer. The US brewer tried
> to sue for copyright
> > but the original had been going much, much longer.
> You want a real American beer, try Sam Adams or Fat Tire.
Or most of the microbrews - Around here in California, theres a brewery in
Mendocino county - their most common brew is "Red Tail Ale" with a red tail
hawk emblazoned on it. They also make a stronger brew "Eye of the Hawk" (with a
hawk head in profile on the label), which is 8% alcohol.-
For a macro-micro brew- Gordon Beirsch is pretty good - their seasonal winter
bock is 7.5%
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale is pretty good too, and has more hops than most larger
Farther south in California is Stone Brewing Company, their "Arogant Bastard"
brew is pretty strong, not sure how strong.
Then there's "the Hopsicle" (it has a lot of hops), and Downtown Brown ("Barley
wine", 11% alcohol)
Don't knock American Beer, knock the Americans that like drinking the pi$$
water called MGD/Coors/Budweiser (or even worse, Pabst), resulting in the bad
american beer being produced in much higher quantities than the good.
> To bring this back on topic (sort of), a real
> paleontologist's beer
> would be Quilmes -- it's the only one with a dinosaur
> named after it!
Red Tale Ale/Eye of the Hawk, and every other beer Mendocino Brewing has are
technically named after avain Therepod Dinosaurs of the Accipitriformes branch.