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The Lois Beer Club

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Archive for October, 2012

(Milton, DE) – Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and Grateful Dead, two pioneers who built their followings by connecting directly with beer lovers and music lovers, are collaborating on the newest beer in Dogfish’s line of off-centered ales.

Working in that happy place between creative ideas and like-minded people, the off-centered brewery and free-spirited band have been trading ideas for a beer they’re calling “American Beauty.” They’ve settled on a strong pale ale with all-American hops and barley, and now they’re asking their loyal fans to suggest a special ingredient – and the Dead-inspired story behind it.

“Grateful Dead Productions is extremely pleased to be partnering with Dogfish Head Craft Brewery on the American Beauty pale ale. We’ve looked for a long while for the perfect brewery to team up with for a Grateful Dead-inspired brew, and feel we’ve finally found the right fit. Aside from Dogfish’s history with music-themed brews, we love their beer, and think it’s the best around. Plus, these are really good people and are the type of folks we want to work with,” says David Lemieux, legacy manager for Grateful Dead.

“The feedback the band got from Dead Heads was always an important factor in their shows,” says Dogfish Founder and President Sam Calagione. “And at Dogfish, we’ve always thought of our pub regulars and brewery tour guests as an informal focus group, so we’re sending a shout out to all those Dead Heads and Dogfish Heads by making them a driving force behind this beer.”

Did you trade a bushel of fresh clementines for tickets to a two-night-stand at Long Beach Arena? Or maybe your dad first laid eyes on your mom sipping a cup of green tea in the parking lot of the legendary Cornell ‘77 show? Jog your memory, tell the story, and suggest the ingredient at the heart of that story. You could help bring this counterculture collaboration to life.

Oktoberfest Beer Milkshakes…

Red Robin goes a little beer crazy with a new beer milkshake this year in celebration of Oktoberfest. The alcoholic concoction is made with creamy soft serve, Samuel Adams’ Oktoberfest draft beer, vanilla, and caramel. If it sounds like something that tickles your fancy (and you’re 21 or over), it’s available at Red Robin restaurants until November 11, 2012.
To accompany the shake, Red Robin suggests Warm Pretzel Bites, warm, soft pretzel bites served with Merkts beer cheese dip and tangy beef mustard.
Additionally, Red Robin is also offering a new “Pub Crawl Style” available to customize their $6.99 Tavern Double for a $1 upcharge. The Pub Crawl Style Tavern Burger comes topped with Merkts beer cheese spread, beer mustard-onions, and bacon to go with the standard lettuce and tomatoes.

How to make a Guinness Beer Milkshake (Click Here)

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50 Strange Beer Names

Mainstream beer names are nothing special (Budweiser? What’s a ‘Budweiser’?). On the other hand, there are a slew of foreign and domestic microbreweries that produce some really hilariously named beers. Have you ever drank an Arrogant Bastard Ale or a Seriously Bad Elf? We found some of the funniest beer names out there and want you to submit your own. If you think you can top Santa’s Butt Porter then bravo!

Great American Beer Festival

Boulder, CO • October 13, 2012—The 2012 Great American Beer Festival®(GABF) competition awarded 254 medals to some of the best commercial breweries in the United States. Presented by the Brewers Association, GABF is the largest commercial beer competition in the world

Great American Beer Festival Web Site

Frankenmuth Octoberfest

Frankenmuth Octoberfest Link


Jeff: getting into the mood

Tracy: Mello – due to future tailgating

Oz: Chillin

Emily: Indifferent

Kurt: In between

First Impression

Jeff: Simular to an IPA, less bite

Tracy:  Not so bad

Oz: Should be drank from a boot

Emily: Bitter but good

Kurt:  Dark and Bitter

Overall Rating

Jeff: Like it a lot – A Top Oktoberfest

Tracy: No Idea That Oktoberfests could be that good – I’d buy this

Oz: Would drink it again

Emily: Not Bad

Kurt: A bit above my palet

Dogfish Head Punkin Ale Site

Our Moods:

Bill: Drunk and Happy

Tracy: Silly

Melanie: Sleepy

Emily: I Have to go to the bathroom

Jeff: Feeling Awesome

Kurt: Gotta work tomorrow

First Impressions:

Bill: Really um… Not bad a bit spicy

Tracy: Smooth like a pumpkin

Melanie: Tastes like perfume

Emily: Smidgen sweet

Jeff: Good seasonal aroma.  Brown Ale

Kurt: Very Brown


Overall Rating

Bill: I would drink it again

Tracy: I would do this again

Melanie: Still Poopy

Emily: Of all the weird beers I would drink this again

Jeff: 2 out of the 3 times I’ve drank this I’ve liked it 4 times

Kurt : A bit too brown for me






America’s Oldest Brewery

The following is reproduced from a company brochure.
Yuengling of Pottsville: America’s Oldest Brewery.

In spite of the demise of countless breweries throughout the country, Pennsylvania’s popular Yuengling Brewery survives as a thriving business and historic treasure. It owes its ongoing success to the remarkable combination of pride and determination, tradition and innovation evidenced throughout its challenging history.

Nestled among the rolling Appalachian foothills, the D.G. Yuengling and Son Brewery is located in Pottsville, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. Today, the company proudly boasts an unmatched record of continuous operation since 1829 and the longest uninterrupted history of management by a single family in the country.

A History of Innovation

Beer Trivia

Beer trivia is fun because it’s about beer! Read on to learn more about our favorite beverage.


What is the most expensive single bottle of beer ever sold?

Tutankhamen was sold for $7686. The recipe and brewing method were recovered in Queen Nefertiti’s Temple of the Sun in Egypt by a group of University of Cambridge archaeologists. Only 1000 bottles were produced.


What is the strongest commercially available beer in the world?

Samuel Adams’ Utopias, named after of one of the founding fathers of the United States, has an alcohol content of 25%. It also happens to be one of the most expensive beers in the world at about $67 per pint.


Which country has the most individual beer brands?

Belgium with 400 brands.


How did the term “rule of thumb” originate from brewing?

Before the advent of thermometers, brewers tested the temperature of their maturing brews with their thumbs: too cold and the yeast wouldn’t grow; too hot and it would die.


Who was the first American to brew lager-type beer?

The first US lager was brewed in 1840 by John Wagner, who had a small brewery in the back of his house on St. John Street in Philadelphia. Wagner brought the first lager yeast to the United States from a brewery in Bavaria.


What is the Latin word for brewmaster?





Did The Mayflower Run Dry?


If The Mayflower Had Been Carrying More Beer, It Might Never Have Landed At Plymouth Rock

When the Pilgrims sailed for America, they hoped to find a place to settle where the farmland would be rich and the climate congenial. Instead, they found themselves struggling with the stony soil and harsh winters of New England. And all because of a shortage of beer.

An entry in the diary of a Mayflower passenger explains the unplanned landing at Plymouth Rock: “We could not now take time for further search…our victuals being much spent, especially our beer…”

That may have been the last time America’s settlers ran short of beer. They soon learned from their Indian neighbors how to make beer from maize. Local breweries sprouted up throughout the colonies, and experienced brewmasters were eagerly recruited from London. By 1770 the American brewing industry was so well established that George Washington, Patrick Henry, and other patriots argued for a boycott of English beer imports. The Boston Tea Party almost became the Boston Beer Party.

Most Expensive Beers

Sapporo’s Space Barley

Price: $110/six-pack ABV: 5.5%


In 2006, Japanese and Russian scientists tested how well barley could grow in  space. They rocketed barley seeds to the International Space Station and planted  them aboard the Zvezda Service Module. After spending five months in orbit, the  fourth-generation of barley was brought back to earth, where Japanese brewer  Sapporo fermented it into the world’s first space beer. A six-pack costs  $110—not bad, considering it was imported from the cosmos.

If you’d like a cheaper space brew, try 4pines Vostok Space Beer.  The stout is the first zero-gravity  beer. Not only is it drinkable in space, but it’s cheaper, too: $20 for a  six-pack. It’s perfect for anyone who’s dreamt of imbibing where no man has  imbibed before

Still Thirsty??   Heres 9 more expensive brews