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(SanDiego UnionTribune)   Stone Brewing continues to prove just how classy they are, raising $100,000 for favorite charities of employee that passed away   ( ) divider line
    More: Sappy, Stone Brewing Co., Matthew Courtright, craft brewers, Escondido, donations  
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2014-04-18 04:02:46 AM  
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violentsalvation: Well he was killed in a work related accident.

arrogant bastard probably did it to himself.
If stone was responsible, then they are double bastards.
No Epic fundraising can make up for it.
As far as his parents are concerned this was the ruination of their future and retirement.
A lucky bastard would have avoided injury, as would have the levitation of the lift.
2014-04-18 05:24:48 AM  
1 vote:
Stone's beers aren't generally my style (too much bitter for me, although the w00tStout was awesome I have to say), but I am proud to have them repping San Diego county's awesome brewing scene.  They locally farm a lot of their own ingredients and generally run a very conscientious company that makes a lot of well-loved, high-quality beers.
2014-04-18 04:39:29 AM  
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Danger Avoid Death: pedobearapproved: /stone pale ale is standout, and their smoked porter is a welcome sight in any bar

How do you "smoke" a beer? Does it have a smoky taste? Sounds intriguing. Seriously. I'm gonna have to try that one. I've tried Arrogant Bastard years ago and liked it.

You smoke the grains before fermenting them, like scotch.
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