Sebowski

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About Sebowski

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  • Birthday 12/18/1977

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  1. Sebowski

    The Beer Thread

    I'm a member of their Reserve Society so I have a ton of their stuff. They make some killer beers. Awesome barrel aged beers and sours. They also some make some very average beers. Mischief is probably their best regular offering (their specialty is really their, well, special release stuff.) ---------- Post added October-27th-2012 at 10:28 AM ---------- You probably run across their anniversary beer. Wax dipped bottle? Fruet? It is worth the $30.
  2. Sebowski

    The Beer Thread

    I love the few beers I've had from Hill Farmstead. Would also love to try a lot more. Interested in a trading parker in San Diego? I don't think there is anyone in the world making IPAs like Alpine and Pizza Port. Be happy to send you some of those to test your "best brewery in the country" theory.
  3. Sebowski

    Anything MMA, except thumb wrestling

    He took the fight and short notice while still waiting for his arm to heal.
  4. Sebowski

    Anything MMA, except thumb wrestling

    Herman is bringing it. C'MON Big Nog!
  5. Sebowski

    Anything MMA, except thumb wrestling

    Which 1st row link is working best for you guys? Having some issues with #4
  6. Sebowski

    The Beer Thread

    Nice job on the review. I noticed you poured out the whole bottle of the aged one (sediment and all) and only part of the fresh one (no sediment). I always try to leave the sediment in the bottle. I know some people don;t. Just noticed a slight difference in the pour.
  7. Sebowski

    Anything MMA, except thumb wrestling

    I'm hoping to see 2 repeats of your sinature. Stann on Bisping and Vitor on Jones.
  8. Sebowski

    The Beer Thread

    I went to high school in PR. Great times/no good beer. I heard they have Ballast Point now though. Have to pretty much stick to ****tails there. If you feel the "when in Rome" moment you can handle a Medalla or 3. In HS we used to order Coronas, drink the neck, and then have them pour a shot of Bacardi Limon in instead of adding a lime. I call them Puerto Rican Coronas. Make sure you plug the bottle and turn it upside down so the rum doesn't sit on the top. If you make it back to Old San Juan and walk by a bar called "El Batey" pop in there for a second. I spent my Junior and Senor year of HS there. My name is on the wall and my business card is hanging from one of their lamps.
  9. Sebowski

    The Beer Thread

    I am going to try and put a serious dent in my 300+ bottles tonight. Invited a bunch of beer geeks over and told them all they better not bring any beer with them. My stash is out of control.
  10. Sebowski

    The Beer Thread

    That old Loose Cannon is going to suck. My prediction is you don't finish the glass. IPAs or built to be drank fresh. The hops will be gone and the malt bill won't be string enough to really hold it's own after that long.
  11. Sebowski

    ES Soccer Thread

    That is too bad. Even more surprising that he wasn't subbed out with a yellow in the books. Do you watch a lot of Roma? If you do I'd like to nominate you for weekly Bradley updates. TIA.
  12. Sebowski

    ES Soccer Thread

    Bradley went 90 for Roma today despite getting a yellow in the 12th. He rewarded his new team with an assit to tie the game in injury time. Great long pass and amazing finish by Lopez http://youtu.be/kvN1keV9GRw?t=5m41s
  13. Sebowski

    The Beer Thread

    I just always hear it called "Pizza Port Bottleshop" or "Carlsbad Bottleshop". Pretty sure Pizza Port owns it.
  14. Sebowski

    The Beer Thread

    Firestone Walker is in Paso Robles. North of LA. DBA is a great beer though as is almost anything else they brew. You should be able to find their stuff in DMV. That little bottle shop you mentioned is really cool. The Carslbad Pizza Port is one of the most award winning brewpubs in the country. They also run festivals in that back area. Always good times. "Pizza Port" is a local treasure. Great business and great story. A brother and sister wanted to open a pizza shop that made their own beer. They hired a guy to be brewmaster and opened Pizza Port in Solana Beach (North County San Diego). :time-lapse: Some guy who just started a brewery comes in their little pace with a sample beer and asks if they'd serve his little brewery's beers. They like the beer and decide to be the first place to put Stone Pale Ale on tap. :time-lapse: Pizza Port really starts taking off. They open another couple locations and decide they can branch a brewery operation off from the brewpub business. Meanwhile across town.... Stone has gotten so big they need a bigger brewhouse, so they sell their small one to the Pizza Port people. The Port people give the keys to their first brewmaster, Tomme Aurther, and Port/LostAbbey is born. Port/Lost Abbey is now run as a separate business than the Pizza Port locations which each have their own brewmaster and are draft only brew pubs (for now. Plans are in the works to start canning Pizza Port beers). On a side note, the newest Pizza Port is two years old and a few blocks from me and you can find me there 3+ times a week.
  15. Sebowski

    ES Soccer Thread

    Helsingborg-Celtic Champions League playoff round kicking off in a few minutes. If you need an excuse to watch US National Bodoya in the starting 11.