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Author: Ken Created: Friday, July 24, 2009
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By Ken on Friday, September 03, 2010

Glad to see you made it here.
This dinner is going to mostly concentrated around the beers and having the customer find their own special combination as to where the beers belong. Feed-back is very important.

To start with, and let me explain, that the beers in below said "tentative" beer list are only ideas which we created, and may not all be available with the dinner. we will have at least 6 beers.

Edelweisse

Appetizer--Sliced Rouladen with bacon, onioin, beer gravy

Warsteiner
Radeberger

Soup-- Carrot Sausage Soup

Spaten Oktoberfest
Ayinger Oktoberfest

Entree-- Hackbraten (German Meatloaf...freaking awesome)
Sauerbraten with spaetzel

Salvatore
Optimator
Celebrator

Dessert--Caramel stuffed German Chocolate Cake

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By Ken on Thursday, August 12, 2010

Well, a blog area I suppose. too bad no one writes on this thing once in a while. But, here I am anyway.
First of all..Bring your homebrew in for the 3rd annual Anchortown Homebrew Competition. It will be open to all catagories.
Judges will be needed, also. Judging will start at 4:30 on Sunday August 15th. Please bring entries to Arctic Brewing Supply on Friday between the hours of 11:30 and 6:00.
Medals and prizes will be handed out at a special ceremony to be announced at a later date.

By Ken on Tuesday, July 06, 2010

So, now that I never finished the original blog story from March, I thought I'd move on to another entry I won't be able finish.
We have many new beers coming up the pipe, as we have a warehouse full of different flavors, colors, and aromas. Surprisingly, the Grotten Brown has appeared, which was tucked in the warehouse of one of our purveyors. We had this beer on tap for the better part of 8 years, and now it has all but dissappeared. It is/was no longer being made by Pierre Celis, an icon in the brewing industry. You probably have heard of Celis brewing in Texas, well, he was the mastermind behind that operation and eventually sold and returned to Belgium to produce beer for St. Bernard brewery to where he introduced the cave aged ale, Grotten Brown. Also instrumental in brewing the Flemish Red from St. Bernard Brewing. Perhaps, his most memorable acheivement would have to be the construction of Hoegaareden in the 70's. Hoegaarden is still around, even after a devastating fire, they continue to ...
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By Ken on Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Wasn't there a book or movie to that name, or more like "Berkeley to Boston Forty Brick Lost Bag Blues"?
Met up with Dr. Fermento and Ms. Fermento in San Francisco for some of the festivities at San Francisco Beer Week. I, to judge at the Toronado Barley Wine Festival, (still unsure why it's called a festival), and Mr & Ms Fermento to visit family and endeavor for new beer adventures.

Without being redundant, I'll leave the details to Fermento's Foamy Rant, and his article in the Anchorage Press. However, on my side of the story, there was a conspiracy to get me from the beginning. "Drown him in beer" was the chant. Starting in San Francisco on 2/11, I was obligated to start the adventure at Tommy's Joynt for my first beer in the City. Big Daddy Double IPA from Speakeasy Brewing was my choice. I then went to Chimay on tap, only because we do not carry it at the restaurant.
On to Toronado for the pre-festivities. The bar was surprisingly busy ...
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By Ken on Sunday, February 14, 2010

Another amazing trip, so far. Was again lucky enough to be fast on the answering the one E-mail that may qualify you to judge in the Toronado Barley Wine Festival. It really isn't a festival, per se, but there is a lot going on, not only in the city, but in surrounding areas.

By Ken on Friday, January 29, 2010

Man, I just wrote a shit-load of new stuff, and now it's gone...I can't understand this new freaking website shit. It must have some sort of magical combination to it..or I'm just too dumb to figure it out...Shut up..I don't want to hear it, people

By Ken on Saturday, December 19, 2009

Both of the beer tastings went very well. the Extreme Beer tasting was a smashing success. People were still trying to buy tickets, but the place only holds so many. It was very comfortable with only 50. The tables were moved to one side so everyone could mingle. And there was a lot of mingling going on. The beers were phenomenal. Many surprises for many of the the folks. The food never ran out and there were many full bellies by the end of the night. Pairing the food was up to the individual, and there were lots of comments as to what beer paired with which entree. Let me tell you, everyone had their own opinion. Much fun. I am planning another event for sometime in March. Not sure what the menu of beers will be, but I know I'll have to dig deep in my cellar to even come close to the last one.

The Alaskan Smoked Porter Tasting was much more subdued. We had 10 people, at one table, but, was more of an intimate crowd. The '01, '03, '05, '07, '09 were hits, however, when I brought out the ...
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By Ken on Thursday, December 03, 2009

We still have tickets available for the Alaskan Brewing Smoke out, I mean, tasting. $30 gets you 6 years of smoked porter tastings with some awesome foods to go along with them. Alaskan Brewing representative will be hosting the event and answering any questions you may have. You can pick up tickets, here, at the restaurant or call, and have your credit card ready. We woiuld really like to see you here!!!!

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By Ken on Friday, September 03, 2010

Glad to see you made it here.
This dinner is going to mostly concentrated around the beers and having the customer find their own special combination as to where the beers belong. Feed-back is very important.

To start with, and let me explain, that the beers in below said "tentative" beer list are only ideas which we created, and may not all be available with the dinner. we will have at least 6 beers.

Edelweisse

Appetizer--Sliced Rouladen with bacon, onioin, beer gravy

Warsteiner
Radeberger

Soup-- Carrot Sausage Soup

Spaten Oktoberfest
Ayinger Oktoberfest

Entree-- Hackbraten (German Meatloaf...freaking awesome)
Sauerbraten with spaetzel

Salvatore
Optimator
Celebrator

Dessert--Caramel stuffed German Chocolate Cake

Read More »

By Ken on Thursday, August 12, 2010

Well, a blog area I suppose. too bad no one writes on this thing once in a while. But, here I am anyway.
First of all..Bring your homebrew in for the 3rd annual Anchortown Homebrew Competition. It will be open to all catagories.
Judges will be needed, also. Judging will start at 4:30 on Sunday August 15th. Please bring entries to Arctic Brewing Supply on Friday between the hours of 11:30 and 6:00.
Medals and prizes will be handed out at a special ceremony to be announced at a later date.

By Ken on Tuesday, July 06, 2010

So, now that I never finished the original blog story from March, I thought I'd move on to another entry I won't be able finish.
We have many new beers coming up the pipe, as we have a warehouse full of different flavors, colors, and aromas. Surprisingly, the Grotten Brown has appeared, which was tucked in the warehouse of one of our purveyors. We had this beer on tap for the better part of 8 years, and now it has all but dissappeared. It is/was no longer being made by Pierre Celis, an icon in the brewing industry. You probably have heard of Celis brewing in Texas, well, he was the mastermind behind that operation and eventually sold and returned to Belgium to produce beer for St. Bernard brewery to where he introduced the cave aged ale, Grotten Brown. Also instrumental in brewing the Flemish Red from St. Bernard Brewing. Perhaps, his most memorable acheivement would have to be the construction of Hoegaareden in the 70's. Hoegaarden is still around, even after a devastating fire, they continue to ...
Read More »

By Ken on Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Wasn't there a book or movie to that name, or more like "Berkeley to Boston Forty Brick Lost Bag Blues"?
Met up with Dr. Fermento and Ms. Fermento in San Francisco for some of the festivities at San Francisco Beer Week. I, to judge at the Toronado Barley Wine Festival, (still unsure why it's called a festival), and Mr & Ms Fermento to visit family and endeavor for new beer adventures.

Without being redundant, I'll leave the details to Fermento's Foamy Rant, and his article in the Anchorage Press. However, on my side of the story, there was a conspiracy to get me from the beginning. "Drown him in beer" was the chant. Starting in San Francisco on 2/11, I was obligated to start the adventure at Tommy's Joynt for my first beer in the City. Big Daddy Double IPA from Speakeasy Brewing was my choice. I then went to Chimay on tap, only because we do not carry it at the restaurant.
On to Toronado for the pre-festivities. The bar was surprisingly busy ...
Read More »

By Ken on Sunday, February 14, 2010

Another amazing trip, so far. Was again lucky enough to be fast on the answering the one E-mail that may qualify you to judge in the Toronado Barley Wine Festival. It really isn't a festival, per se, but there is a lot going on, not only in the city, but in surrounding areas.

By Ken on Friday, January 29, 2010

Man, I just wrote a shit-load of new stuff, and now it's gone...I can't understand this new freaking website shit. It must have some sort of magical combination to it..or I'm just too dumb to figure it out...Shut up..I don't want to hear it, people

By Ken on Saturday, December 19, 2009

Both of the beer tastings went very well. the Extreme Beer tasting was a smashing success. People were still trying to buy tickets, but the place only holds so many. It was very comfortable with only 50. The tables were moved to one side so everyone could mingle. And there was a lot of mingling going on. The beers were phenomenal. Many surprises for many of the the folks. The food never ran out and there were many full bellies by the end of the night. Pairing the food was up to the individual, and there were lots of comments as to what beer paired with which entree. Let me tell you, everyone had their own opinion. Much fun. I am planning another event for sometime in March. Not sure what the menu of beers will be, but I know I'll have to dig deep in my cellar to even come close to the last one.

The Alaskan Smoked Porter Tasting was much more subdued. We had 10 people, at one table, but, was more of an intimate crowd. The '01, '03, '05, '07, '09 were hits, however, when I brought out the ...
Read More »

By Ken on Thursday, December 03, 2009

We still have tickets available for the Alaskan Brewing Smoke out, I mean, tasting. $30 gets you 6 years of smoked porter tastings with some awesome foods to go along with them. Alaskan Brewing representative will be hosting the event and answering any questions you may have. You can pick up tickets, here, at the restaurant or call, and have your credit card ready. We woiuld really like to see you here!!!!

 
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