By William Brand
Thursday, July 24th, 2008 at 2:53 pm in Uncategorized.
Correction time. The caption on our KQED Belgian beer pub crawl story posted Wednesday (July 23, 2008) had a couple of mistakes. Here’s the photo again and the corrected caption.
(Left to right clockwise) Paul Depaschalis of Orinda, Joe Houk, of South San Francisco, Alembic server Angela Hart, beer blogger William Brand, Steven White, of Montara, Roger Wong, of Walnut Creek, Bob Niehuser, of South San Francisco and Keith Anvick, of San Carlos, (not pictured) toast at the Alembic on Haight Street on Saturday, July 12, 2008, in San Francisco. Niehuser’s wife won a bid on KQED for a Belgian beer pub crawl and gave it to her husband for his birthday. (Jane Tyska/The Oakland Tribune)
Also, in my Oakland Tribune/Contra Costa Times/San Mateo County Times/Hayward Daily Review column yesterday (Wednesday, July 23, 2008) I listed the wrong alcohol percentage for Russian River’s Blind Pig India Pale Ale. It’s 6 percent. Ken Gross was the first of many to point it out. Got the most excellent Pig confused with Pliny the Elder, which I also wrote about.
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