Rock Stars of Brew In San Diego

Meet the rock stars of the beer brewing world!  Stone Brewing Co is celebrating its 15th Anniversary this weekend with a huge bash, and Invitational Beer Festival, including  top San Diegan beer makers as well as breweries from all over the country!   Cal State San Marcos campus will be the location for the two-day event, this Friday and Saturday.  Tickets are available at the Stone Brewing Co website, and proceeds go to several local charities including the Surfrider Foundation, the Boys and Girls Clubs of San Marcos, the Palomar Family YMCA, and Fight ALD.   There will be over 30 breweries participating, with samplings of over 100 beers as well as gourmet foods, including Mike’s beer cheese and Ale Onion Rings!  There will even be home-brewed sodas.

 

Of course you must be 21 to purchase a ticket and participate, and they do also have a discounted “Designated Driver” ticket, for the good citizens who will be taking the participants safely home.  Anyone  can enjoy the SDCL books below, celebrating all things beer…

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Coming soon:

Stone Brewing Co.’s Guide to Craft Beer Recipes and Techniques from the Leading American Microbrewery

 (…place your hold now, this will be published October 18, 2011 and we will have it for you as soon as we can!) 

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Available now:

The Good Beer Book : Brewing and Drinking Quality Ales and Lagers by Timothy Harper and Garrett Oliver

An indispensable beer-lover’s handbook provides a host of beer facts, trivia, homebrew recipes, and cooking and entertaining tips, along with a definitive guide to domestic and imported beers, microbreweries, distinctive bars and pubs, and more.   (Baker & Taylor)__________________________________________________________________

Beer Craft : A Simple Guide to Making Great Beer  by William Bostwick and Jessi Rymill

Beer Craft is the ultimate modern homebrewing resource, simple and clear but packed with enough information to satisfy anyone making their first, or four-hundredth, beer.  Six easy steps to making world-class beer in your kitchen! Beer Craft is your guide to drinking the best beer you’ve ever tasted—by making it yourself.    (Baker & Taylor)__________________________________________________________________________

Great Food Great Beer : 185 Flavorful Recipes for Pairing Beer with Food  foreword by August A. Busch IV; photography by Noel Barnhurst

Imagine coming home after a long day of work and drinking a cold one while relaxing in front of the television. One might expect a brewery cookbook to contain gut-sticking food recipes, like the featured spicy pork ribs and burgers with a gorgonzola twist. However, lighter palette-tinglers such as Lemony Couscous with Mint and Feta are included as well.  Emphasizing beer-as-pairing rather than beer-as-ingredient, this cookbook offers something for virtually everyone, even if they don’t enjoy a frosty lager.  (Library Journal)__________________________________________________________________________

B is for Beer by  Tom Robbins

In his “children’s book for grown-ups” Robbins (Even Cowgirls Get the Blues) takes readers on a whimsical tour of all things beer, written in the language of a bedtime story. Factoids about everything from how beer is made to the number of gallons of beer sold globally each year are woven into this story about six-year-old Gracie Perkel, who craves time with her beer-guzzling Uncle Moe. When Moe disappoints Gracie, she reaches for a drink and is visited by the Beer Fairy, who flies her through the “Seam” and offers an education about life and, of course, beer.  (Publishers Weekly)

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