Yes, I am actually posting this in a somewhat timely manner. Not 3 months later as with the Brew Ha Ha! Gotta love it. So without further adieu, here is my list from the Brew Ho Ho (from what I can remember):
Haven Brewery – Hell Ryed
Bootlegger’s – Holiday
Old Orange Brewery – Old Dummy
Hangar 24 – Warmer
Stone – Vertical Epic 12.12.12 and IPA
Rogue – Dead Guys
Ritual – Hellion
Epic – Red Ale
Ballast Point – Sculpin
Maui – IPA
Never had Hellion before but it was damn good. Keep a look out for it!
All in all a good day with my buddy Owen and we also met up with the Beer Soaked crew. Always a good time!!!
I happened to live in Orange and stumbled into Hollingshead with my good friend Christina who works for Duvel, Ommegang, Maredsous, etc for a nice tall mug of Pliny from Russian River. Just give them a holler and you just might get lucky and get a mug. This is a great place, just don’t tell them you are a Bears fan!
And just recently, again in Orange went to The Bruery Provisions and tried the Dogfish Head Hell Hound on my Ale
I got some tasty beer for Christmas and I’ll try to report on that in the not too distant future but more than likely it will be some time in late January 2013. I will say there is some Black Tuesday 2012 and some Bootlegger’s Knuckle Sandwich. Until then!
So I’m the new guy to the Beer Soaked family. I did attend the 2011 BrewHaHa but have been lagging big time on writing a blog. What can you expect from a physical therapist!
My favorites from the BrewHaHa:
Noble Ale Works (Located in Anaheim by the Big A) – Alpha Red: a bold hearty red that has just the right amount of punch
The Bruery (Located in Placentia) – Autumn Maple: a bold beer made with Yams, and a plentiful amount of spices it tastes like Thanksgiving.
and 2 beers from the Ommegang (Cooperstown) label – Adoration and the BPA: the BPA is a hoppy like an IPA but still aims toward a farm-house beligian, very tasty. The Adoration is a limited edition Belgian-style dark beer that will comes in at 10% and should be available in mid-October
A few other beers were sampled but it were lost in the shuffle. Although I was able to fill my growler after work with a something might tasty (It’s nice working 2 minutes from the Bruery), the Humulus Wet from The Bruery. It was quite hoppy, yet as they say not an IPA. Read more about this unique beer on The Bruery’s blog. Until next time,