Holly Hofmann, flute & alto flute & Mike Wofford, piano: The Art of the Jazz Duo on Saturday, December 13

Jazz at the Sequoia Room has presented many inspiring jazz musicians throughout 2014 and the month of December is no exception. Holly Hofmann, acknowledged as an artist with one of the most exquisite flute tones in jazz, and her husband Mike Wofford, described by DownBeat as “…one of the most…

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Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner!

Beer at dinner is an ancient tradition. I grew up in the South, which means I did not grow up around good beer. My beer experience didn’t extend much beyond the cheapest six pack until I moved to California. It was here that I finally tasted hops and malts, and my…

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LIGHT THE FIRE, FILL YOUR SNIFTER AND WELCOME BACK FIRESIDE CHAT

Cooler air and shorter days can only mean one thing: ‘tis the season for the limited time re-release of our winter favorite, Fireside Chat. Fireside Chat is our early winter strong ale… and it also happens to be Santa’s favorite! Brewed like a winter warmer but with a subtle blend…

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Beer Sessions Radio: Hear Tony Magee talk The Lagunitas Story

Pictured: Jimmy Carbone (host, Beer Sessions Radio), Joe Carroll (Spuyten Duyvil, Fette Sau, etc.), Tony Magee and Jimmy Ludwig (The Happy Hour Guys). Hear ‘em all on Episode 238. –>Read More Awesomeness from Lagunitas Brewing Company–>Shared with you via RSS.

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How to Make Beer

How to Make Beer: An Art Not A Science For those intrigued by the opportunity to brew delicious, aromatic beer in their own home, there are numerous choices in terms of home brewing kits.  The appreciator of a quality craft brew; however, may argue that what you can make at…

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Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend Hours

We hope you and your family have a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving holiday weekend. In observance of the holiday, we modified our hours next weekend, including opening on Sunday. Tap Room Hours November 26th-30th, 2014 Wednesday – 4-8pm Thursday- Closed Friday- 1-6pm Saturday- 1-6pm Sunday- noon-5pm   Gobble gobble! Get…

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Anchor Brewing Volunteer Day: Fort Ross State Historic Park

Up the California coast about 70 miles north of San Francisco lays Fort Ross; a historic fort built by the Russian American Company over 200 years ago as a home base for Russia’s fur trade. This commercial company, commissioned by Russia’s tsarist government, managed all Russian exploration, trade, and settlement…

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Anchor Brewing Volunteer Day: Fort Ross Historical State Park

Up the California coast about 70 miles north of San Francisco lays Fort Ross; a historic fort built by the Russian American Company over 200 years ago as a home base for Russia’s fur trade. This commercial company, commissioned by Russia’s tsarist government, managed all Russian exploration, trade, and settlement…

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December 5th: Party like it’s 1933!

Hear Ye! Beer Ye! On December 5th in 1933 the 21st Amendment to the US Constitution was ratified, thereby repealing the 18th Amendment, which banned the sale, distribution and consumption of alcohol. The 21st Amendment brought back the neighborhood local pub and brewery to the local fabric of our society where it…

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Foam – Is It All In Our Heads?

Charlie “The Pope of Foam” Bamforth Many people still greet beer foam with less than enthusiasm. I’ve seen bartenders spill foam—and beer—out of the glass to reduce the amount of head, and then hand me a glass with just a few sad bubbles floating on top. And while it’s true…

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