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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Summer Brewery Guide Goes Down Like a Coupla Cold Ones

Posted By on Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 11:14 AM

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Slake your thirst -- for nerd-grade beer knowledge, that is. Today's SF Weekly comes bearing a nifty summer guide that includes a stein-by-stein breakdown of the city's breweries by SFoodie blogger and Weekly restaurant critic Matthew Stafford. Eager for a taste of Shock and Awe Double Daddy, Fleishhacker Stout, or Daddy's Chocolate Milk? First have a read at www.sfweekly.com, then head out for some serious guzzling at places like Magnolia, 21st Amendment, and Elizabeth Street Brewery. Added bonus: Stafford offers food-pairing tips that go well beyond Bugles and pickled bar eggs. Um, dude? You got a little foam in your mustache.

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