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Barrel-Aged Beer List at The Bistro in Hayward, CA Saturday

By William Brand
Wednesday, November 8th, 2006 at 7:35 pm in Uncategorized.

1108.06 Barrel Aged Beer List

Here’s the list of barrel aged beers that will be on tap Saturday (Nov. 11, 2006) at The Bistro, 1001 B St. in downtown Hayward at the first West Coast Barrel-Aged Beer Festival. Check the posting above for time, cost and history of barrel-aged beer. One hint: These are all strong beers. Don’t drive, bring a designated driver or use BART.

Note: This list is incomplete, proprietor Vic Kralj expects a few more.

Bigfoot Barley-Wine-Style Ale, aged in a brandy barrel, Sierra Nevada Brewing, Chico.

North Coast Old Stock Ale, aged in a brandy barrel, North Coast Brewing, Fort Bragg.

Doppel Bock aged in a bourbon barrel from Walking Man Brewery, Stevenson, WA.

Ice Bock, aged in a port barrel from Valley Brewing, Stockton.

Barrel-Aged Imperial Porter 1998, from Full Sail Brewing, Hood River, OR.

Five barrel-aged beers from Pizza Port, Solano Beach, CA including Cuvee de Tommee.

Two barrel-aged beers from Ballast Point, San Diego, CA.

Two Belgian-style (made with wild yeast), barrel-aged beers from Russian River Brewing, Santa Rosa.

Watermelon “Sour” or Funk from 21st Amendment, San Francisco, aged in a Chardonnay barrel.

Three beers from Lagunitas Brewing, Petalum, aged in steel with oak chips.

Oaken Arrogant Bastard, Stone Brewing, Escondido, CA.

Bear Republic barrel-aged mix., Bear Republic, Healdsburg, CA.

Scooner’s Gold Medal Winning 2004 Barley Wine, aged in new wine barrels “sloshed with Scotch Whiskey. Schooners, Antioch.

Beerman’s Bourbon Barley Wine, Beerman’s Beerwerks, Roseville.

Iron Springs barrel-aged beer.

Triple Rock Barley Wine, Triple Rock, Berkeley.

Two barrel-aged beers from Marin Brewing, Larkspur.

A barrel-aged Peche (Belgian-style peach ale) and a strong ale from Six Rivers, McKinleyville.

Four barrel-aged beers from Drake’s, San Leandro, including barrel-aged Jolly Roger.

Whew.

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