Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Stone Brewing Give Away


Like free stuff? Stone Brewing has graciously given us a copy of The Craft of Stone Brewing Co.: Liquid Lore, Epic Recipes, and Unabashed Arrogance to give away to one lucky reader.

The rules are simple. Just comment on this post mentioning your favorite fall seasonal beer for a chance to win!

Contest is open to anyone, and will run through October 21, 2012 11:59 PST.  We even double checked @mmcooljam's work to make sure the dates were correct this time. GOOD LUCK!




34 comments:

  1. My absolute favorite seasonal each fall is Great'ER Pumpkin from Heavy Seas.

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  2. Currently? Oakshire Harvest Ale. But this can change as the season progresses.

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  3. Staghorn Octoberfest from New Glarus

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  4. Every Fall I look forward to making a chili out of Sam Adams Octoberfest. But to drink I'd go with Heater Allen Bobtoberfest :)

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  5. This isn't necessarily a seasonal beer. However, the perfect beer for this rainy Portland weather is a creme brulee stout from Southern Tier.

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  6. Berkshire Brewing Octoberfest.

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  7. Revolution Oktoberfest (Chicago)

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  8. eek. favorite fall seasonal is the same as asking for my favorite beer of all time. damn.... um... I'll give you a top 5, in no particular order... Abyss 06(or current), Widmer BRR, HUB DOA, Goose Island Bourbon County Stout, Ninkasi Oatis. And that's the best. I'm not a fan of specifying weather patterns on when you make beer. If you asked what's your favorite once a year beer, that's a completely different story. :)

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  9. OakShire Big Black Jack Imperial Chocolate Pumpkin Porter

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  10. I'd have to say Warsteiner Oktoberfest. Just discovered it this year, but it's really wonderful. Sweet and bitter at the same time.

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  11. Geeze, favorite fall seasonal beer... Really enjoy Sierra Nevada's Tumbler, MKE Brewing Co. Sasquach... yeah, good stuff.

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  12. It's between Dogfish Head Punkin Ale and Epic's Fermentation without Representation. Both are amazing!

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  13. Shipyard Pumpkinhead and Dogfish Head Punkin Ale... love me some pumpkin!

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  14. Southern Tier Pumking because to me it tastes like pumpkin pie. Punkin is also very good.

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  15. last year stone released a collaboration pumpkin ale with elysian and bruery that wasn't your typical pumpkin ale with clover ect.I really liked it for the fall I believe it was called la citrueille Celeste de citracado

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  16. Southampton pumpkin ale. We can't get a whole lot here in oklahoma :(

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  17. This the season for fresh and wet hopped beers, my absolute favorite and all I will drink right now, until they are sadly gone. I'm loving Coalition's The Green Pig fresh hop.

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  18. Otter Creek (VT.)- Stove Pipe Porter! Love it!!

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  19. My favorite has to be Autumn Maple from The Bruery. One of the very few things I miss about leaving California was living 10 minutes away from their tasting room.

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  20. I really like the Elysian Night Owl, but one pumpkin beer is more than I can drink at a time, give me a Ruination IPA, or an Old Guardian to get the pumpkin taste out of my mouth.

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  21. Favorite fall beer is also Southern Tier's Pumpking. But I also have a bottle of Elysian's Dark O The Moon Pumpkin Stout in the fridge and hoping that comes in a close second.

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  22. The Logsdon Fresh Hop Seizoen has been pretty dynamite, I have to say. Could be my new favorite...

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  23. The winner of the Stone Brewing book is Andrea Buck. Please email us at michael (at) pdxbeergeeks (dot) com with a mailing address so we can mail out your prize. If I don't hear from you in 72 hours another winner will be drawn. Thanks to everyone for playing!

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