Monthly Archives: June 2009

Press Release: Karl Strauss Representing the San Diego Brewing Scene in DC

One week ago, 68 craft breweries from around the country met in Washington D.C. for the 2nd Annual Brewers Association SAVOR event. SAVOR is a one-of-a-kind craft beer and food experience, with each participating brewery pairing two of their beers with savory bites. Karl Strauss Brewing Company was there, helping to represent local West Coast breweries on a national scale. Brewmaster Paul Segura and Brewery Restaurant R&D Chef Corey Rapp selected special beer and food … Continue reading →

Press Release: Michelob at North American Beer Awards

Michelob Brewing takes gold, silver, and bronze More than 1,200 beers vie for medals at the annual celebration of brewing Michelob Brewing Co. is the proud recipient of four medals from the prestigious North American Beer Awards. Michelob Original Lager, Michelob Dunkel Weisse and Michelob AmberBock were recognized by panels of expert judges during a ceremony on June 5 in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Gold Medal Michelob Original Lager – American Premium Lager Category Michelob Dunkel … Continue reading →

Press Release: Full Sail Brewing Named As One of Oregon’s Best

Full Sail Brewing Company Recognized as One of the “Best Green Companies to Work for” by Oregon Business Magazine Full Sail Brewing, nationally known for its award-winning beers, has been named one of the “100 Best Green Companies to Work for in Oregon” by Oregon Business magazine for fostering an outstanding workplace that focuses on sustainable practices. The first annual 100 Best Green Companies were announced Monday, June 1, at the Gerding Theater in Portland … Continue reading →

The July Session

The roundup for this month’s Session has been posted, and next month’s Session (for July 3rd) has been announced: Will Travel For Beer. If you just wrote or read about the trek to the furthest brew pub in the last round of the Session, and you immediately thought of other beer destinations near and far, we want to hear all about the good ones that didn’t quite fit the assignment! Tell us about that beer … Continue reading →

Recipe: San Diego Pale Ale (by way of Bend)

Time for another recipe. This one doesn’t actually have a name yet, but I brewed in the style of an Imperial IPA—also informally known as a San Diego Pale Ale—for my brother, who lives in San Diego and whom we’re visiting later this month. (And taking most of it with us.) So, here’s my take on a San Diego Pale Ale style. Extract-based recipe with a few grains, brewed to a five gallon batch. Ingredients: … Continue reading →