21st Amendment Brewery and Cafe

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21st Amendment Brewery and Cafe

Postby BrewMasterBrad on Wed May 19, 2010 9:16 am

Had dinner and beers last night at the 21st Amendment in San Francisco. I had the fish and chips, which was good. Not the best I have ever had, but certainly very good. I liked the fish and chips at the Deschutes Brewery in Portland better. I had a Brew Free or Die IPA before dinner - good, but it did not seem as hoppy as I remember the canned version being. They had Poor Richard's Ale on tap as part of the celebration of American Craft Beer Week, so I had one with dinner. I actually have brewed this recipe in the past so I wanted to try this version. It was very good and paired nicely with the fish and chips. After dinner I had an El Camino (Un) Real Black Ale. This is a collaboration brew between Stone, the 21A, and Firestone Walker. This was a great beer. Completely black, roasty, fruity, and very smooth. A great dessert beer.
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Re: 21st Amendment Brewery and Cafe

Postby oc eric on Wed May 19, 2010 11:11 am

Is the second picture the other side of the pint glass? I like the triangle with the three breweries in it. Nice scripting as well.
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Re: 21st Amendment Brewery and Cafe

Postby brahn on Wed May 19, 2010 12:00 pm

oc eric wrote:Is the second picture the other side of the pint glass? I like the triangle with the three breweries in it. Nice scripting as well.


It looks like one of the Stone collaboration bottles. They've done a few of these, but I've never seen this one. Juxtaposition was AWESOME, the Macadamia Nut Coconut Porter wasn't my cup of tea. I'm very jealous. :happybeer:
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Re: 21st Amendment Brewery and Cafe

Postby BrewMasterBrad on Wed May 19, 2010 12:07 pm

oc eric wrote:Is the second picture the other side of the pint glass? I like the triangle with the three breweries in it. Nice scripting as well.


It's the bottle. All of Stone's collaboration brews have the triangle thing with the names of the other breweries.
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Re: 21st Amendment Brewery and Cafe

Postby Haemon on Wed May 19, 2010 12:35 pm

Do they carry El Camino (Un)Real at Hollingshead? I haven't tried it
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