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Friday
Feb042011

Beer Coasters In The Red Issue

Tax time is upon us before we know it, we just got our W-2's and it's time to drink some beer.  Due to some unfortunate setbacks in Texas, Chris will not be joining the other two Coasters, so we decided to push the highly anticipated "Back In Black Issue" to next Friday.  So, before we go black, we get stuck in the red.  Red Ales that is.  In this week's issue the two remaining Coasters will review two beers each without a Fermentation Conversation.

For Toby's first beer, he collects some pond water and sips on the Tule Duck from Buckbean Brewing.  Mike jumps in and raises a flag to the American Red from Rock Art.  Back to the West, Toby plays his penny whistle and sips on the ever-so-malty throwback from Moylan's, Danny's Irish-Style Red.  Head back East to Mike again as he destroys an entire Japanese city with the Casca Zilla from Ithaca Brewing.  Somewhere in the middle of all this back-and-forth, we review another beer show from the Discovery Channel, "How Beer Saved The World".  It's all true!

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Beer Coasters In The Red Issue

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