Swarms of people came for the stout. Mike Mraz served them and talked to us about his creations. Photo by Bob Moffitt
Beer and baseball have gone together since the 1800s. Try some baseball with your beer today.
Every year, Fifty Fifty Brewing Company celebrates the release of its barrel-aged series of stouts, based on its Totality imperial. This year the brewery also celebrates its win as Great American Beer Festival Brewery Group of the Year. Photo by Bob Moffitt.
It is a horn-a-plenty at Alaro Craft Brewery on Capitol Avenue in Sacramento.
Family, health, friendship, and these four stouts we are thankful for this Thanksgiving. So hug the ones you love and toast the ones you miss.
If you missed the CCBA beer summit this year, you’ll have to go to Southern California next year, as in Long Beach. Courtesy California Craft Brewers Association
Perhaps the best oatmeal stout ever, a wild ride with some mint chocolate chip, and our first interview with a female brewer; just some of the goodness in this episode of the Stoutcast.
Merced is Spanish for mercy. Mariposa is Spanish for butterfly, which is why our hosts had to suffer the indignity of playing sports growing up under the incredibly intimidating team name, “The Monarchs.” Ooooh. Monarchs. Scary. Photo by Bob Moffitt
Bob and his artiste brother-in-law Robert try out a 4-pack of milk stouts from Firestone, Electric, Belching Beaver and Left Hand before they finish off the day with a coffee offering from their host, 1850 Brewing Company in Bob's hometown and Robert's adopted hometown, Mariposa, California...it's halfway between Hornitos and Bootjack.
Glenn looks surprised as Bob gives him the evil eye as they work on new material should the creators of Portlandia decide to return for another season....oh and they differ somewhat dramatically on their opinions of the beers presented before them by the fine folks at Rogue Hall. Photo by Michelle DeWeese Crim