Sea to Summit Trail & A-Frame Brewing

 

The Sea to Summit Trail – Squamish, BC 

Difficulty: Intermediate

Distance: 7.5kms / 4.6 Miles one way

Elevation gain: 918m /3011ft

Time: 3.25 Hours

The Sea to Summit trail starts out in the parking lot for the Sea to Sky Gondola ride in Squamish, BC. Before you start your hike, make sure you have money with you to pay for the ride back down! The trail wastes no time introducing you to the elevation gain you are about to experience as it begins on the same trail as the world-famous Stawamus Chief with steady uphill climbs and steep staircases. After reaching the turn off point for the Sea to Summit trail we left the masses behind and only saw a few other hikers the rest of the way.

 

 

The trail is a nice break from those hikes that are constant steady uphill grinds. This hike has several spots where is flattens out or heads downhill briefly and allows you to catch your breath and reduce your heart rate. The scenery amongst the trees is stunning, so be sure to slow down once in a while and look around, inhale slowly and deeply, taking it all in! Soon you will be back to a rigorous uphill section that will require your best effort.

 

 

The trail is very well-marked and has a bit of everything including some scrambling and sections where climbing with the assistance of existing ropes and chains is required. Along the way you will pop in and out of the trees and enjoy sweeping views of Howe Sound and beyond but the view once you get to the top will prove to be worth every ounce of sweat.

 

 

After taking some time to explore around the top of the gondola area and participate in an axe throwing challenge, we headed to the gondola for the ride down. From there we set our sights on a visit to A-Frame Brewing to rehydrate and relax.

A-Frame Brewing is just a quick 6 minute drive away from the trailhead so we hopped in the car and headed over. (Directions) A-Frame is a fairly new brewery that opened in December of 2016 becoming just the second brewery in the small town of Squamish and is locally owned by Jeff and Caylin, a sweet couple passionate about craft beer and community. All of their beers are aptly named after lakes from around the naturally diverse region and meticulously crafted by their talented brewmaster, Andrew Sawyer. I decided on a flight consisting of Okanagan Lake Cream Ale, Shuswap Lake IPA, Sproat Lake Dry-Hopped Pale Ale and Magic Lake Porter. Each beer offered something deliciously different and were all enjoyable. The cream ale and the porter we both stand outs for me. We enjoyed the serenity of the afternoon sipping our beers on their newly constructed patio and soaked in the sunshine while enjoying some food from a local food truck. It was a perfect post hike spot to indulge in some of BC’s finest craft beer.

 

 

 

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Pacific Beach, SD

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The trip all began as a chance to see my  beloved Tennessee Titans Football team play in sunny San Diego against the Chargers. I have been a big fan of NFL Football since the mid 90’s and became a Titans fan in 1999, the year they went to the Superbowl (and lost).  One of the huge side benefits to seeing a game in San Diego is that the craft beer scene there is insanely good. The planets all seemed to align when I learned that the weekend of the game was also the kickoff to San Diego Beer Week!! It was truly meant to be. I started looking at what events were going on and ended up buying some tickets to the San Diego Brewers Guild Festival. The event wasn’t until the Saturday afternoon so there would be lots of time to check out the local hikes and scenery as we were planning to arrive Wednesday night. This would give us all day Thursday and Friday to do some real exploring.

I was very fortunate to have a friend that owns a sweet Airbnb in Pacific beach just 2 blocks from the beach and the lively craft beer driven nightlife along Garnet Ave. The first day was a travel day, with our flight leaving out of Seattle in the afternoon. We often drive south to fly out of Seattle for travelling as the prices are usually much better than flying out of Vancouver, BC where we live. We had a good flight and arrived into San Diego around 9:00PM. We grabbed our rental car (a very cool, bright red Mustang convertible that I rented on points!) and headed to the rental house. Along the way, we stopped and picked up a couple grocery items and of course some tasty local craft beer. The “Build your own 6-pack” idea is pretty nice. This isn’t something I find very often in the Vancouver area. I picked up a mix from Ballast Point, Coronado, Karl Strauss and Stone. We found our destination and I settled in with a beer to unwind and plan our next day’s hikes!

DAY ONE

We were excited to get going and start our adventure, so we were out of the house early and on the road to Cowles Mountain. We figured why not hike to the highest point in San Diego and get a good view of the entire area. When we arrived around 9:30am the trail was already packed. This was clearly a local favourite as the parking lot was full and there were many cars lining the street. We parked the car and gathered our gear. GoPro – check, water – check, camera – check and finally a chilled Ballast Point Big Eye IPA in my Ice2Bottle carrier to enjoy once we got to the top. (Ever wanted to conceal your beer in an insulated stainless steel water bottle? Check the link!)

The hike itself was a pretty good challenge. It maintains a fairly steady incline as you navigate switchback after switchback. This hike is wide open with no relief from the sun so plan accordingly. The temperature was already about 80F and with little wind, the heat became a factor early on. I knew, however, that it would only make that beer at the top that much sweeter! The views on this blue sky day were fantastic. We could see all the way to the Pacific coast and as far south as Tijuana, Mexico! The trail was dry and dusty with lots of traffic. The signs said it was about 3 hours round trip but we got to the top in about 1hr and 15 mins having only stopping to take a couple pictures. When we arrived at the 1591 ft peak we were treated to unreal 360-degree views of the surrounding area. I cracked my chilled beer….. and sat to take in the moment. We spent about ten minutes there and then began our descent. The hike back down was a breeze. We made it down in about 40 minutes. The breeze had picked up a bit, so it was much more enjoyable too. Returning to the car we were greeted by a lovely ticket on the windshield bearing a $59.95 fine for not turning our tires toward the curb! Unbelievable. The road barely had an incline at the point where we parked but there was a sign stating to do so that I failed to see when I parked, so shame on me. Oh well, life goes on.

We put the top down on the Mustang, cued up some good tunes and set our Maps destination to the La Jolla area for lunch. After a bit of Yelp research, we decided on The Public House. The place is kinda cool. It looks to have been someone’s house and garage that are now converted to a restaurant and patio. Cozy and cool. We sat on the patio under great big umbrellas and had a nice light lunch and enjoyed a flight. We then headed for a nice walk down to the La Jolla Caves where we saw an abundance of sea lions and pelicans. The area seemed very popular with lots of families and some people out snorkelling and scuba diving. After a nice long walk, we headed back to the car and continued north to the Torrey Pines State Nature Reserve.

The day pass for the park was $10 and worth every penny. There are plenty of trails here to choose from and each offer slightly different scenery. We opted to hike down to the beach. The hike felt like the reverse of our morning hike. Instead of hiking up then down we were making our way from the highest point down to the beach this time, so we were very aware of the work that would be ahead of us. We saw a sign warning us of rattlesnakes on the way but thankfully never saw any. All we did see, were a number of little birds and lots of cacti. The colouration of the eroded cliffs was a beautiful palette of browns and reds. Posed against the deep blue of the ocean below ,the juxtaposition was breathtaking. We arrived at the beach after the final descent along a sandy stairway. It was amazing. The walk along the beach with the ocean to the right and 200-foot towering cliffs to the left made me feel so small. We took in the sights and sounds and explored the cliff walls for a way down the beach before heading back up to the parking lot. The climb back up was definitely more work than going down but I guess we were conditioned from the morning so we powered our way through it.

Back at the car now we opted to take the scenic route back and were rewarded with fantastic views of the Pacific Beach and Mission beach areas. With the car parked for the night, we got ready and headed out for a well-deserved dinner. We chose a place called Crushed on Garnet Avenue that we really enjoyed. More flights, but not just beer this time. This place is known for their Mimosa flights. Theresa isn’t much of a champagne gal but was feeling adventurous. She had a rosemary grapefruit one, a passion fruit one and a pina colada one. The last of which she enjoyed the most. The flatbreads here were really good too. After that, we called it a night and decided that the next day we would stay close to home and explore “PB” (Pacific Beach). A solid first day experiencing what San Diego has to offer.

DAY TWO

After a light breakfast at home, we headed out to find a coffee and make our way south along the Oceanfront Boardwalk that connects PB to Mission Beach and Belmont Park. The weather was once again perfect for a day out and about. The boardwalk was packed with cyclists, runners, walkers, rollerbladers and skateboarders. The walk from Reed Avenue, where we started, to the end of the oceanside boardwalk, before it loops back around to the bay side, was about 3 Miles. Once we turned the corner at the south end things calmed down dramatically. The wind died off, the water was calmer and there were way fewer people. We came about halfway back on the bayside and then decided to cut back over to the Oceanside to find a place to have some lunch and do some people watching.

We came out right at Draft. A huge craft beer focused restaurant right on the boardwalk. No option for flights here but they did offer 9oz pours so I ordered a couple and tried my first ‘Cioppino’. A shellfish dish with a flavourful tomato based broth and killer garlic baguette. The food and beer were excellent. From there we made our way a little further along and got thirsty again so we stopped in at Lahaina Beach House for a pint. (you may think this sounds like a lot of craft beer drinking but I was just getting started!) The atmosphere here was young and vibrant, the music was heavy and the patio was in the baking sun but that was totally fine with us! From there we decided that a visit to a brewpub would be a great idea and it was! We made our way to Amplified Ale Works Kitchen + Bar who just so happened to be celebrating their 4th anniversary. The 2nd-floor location and the outdoor patio with a view of the setting sun were exactly how we envisioned spending our next few hours! We met some new friends, enjoyed the great service, rocked out to the music, sampled the food and of course enjoyed a copious amount of delicious beers samples, ciders and sangria ! The walk back to our place was a real adventure as we navigated the boardwalk once again heavily under the influence. Tonnes of laughter and dancing like no one was watching. We made it back safe and sound, raided the fridge and called it a night!

DAY THREE

With the big plans of the day centred around an afternoon downtown at the San Diego Beer Week kickoff event ‘Brewers Guild Fest 2016’, we opted for a chill morning. We hopped in the car, put the top down and set the GPS for Coronado. The trip over the bridge to get there was a real experience. At mid-span, it stands 200 feet above the water and is just over 2 miles long with sweeping views of downtown San Diego and beyond. We parked by the training base for the US Navy Seals and walked the length of the beach to the world renowned Coronado Hotel. We had a coffee and strolled around taking in the sites before making our way back down the beach to the car and then headed back to park it for the day.

(Disclaimer:I did not take this picture!)coronado-bridge

The event I had been waiting for was finally upon us! We called our Lyft and headed downtown. As we arrived and stepped out, we could already hear the live music being played inside the fences. Brewer’s Guild Fest was held at the Port Pavillion on Boardwalk Pier. According to their website, there were 81 breweries participating over the two-day event along with a slew of food trucks. I got through the gates quickly and the beer was flowing shortly afterwards. I documented each beer I sampled and by the end of the day, there was 33 on the list of 2-3oz samples. I was buzzed, to say the least, but I did manage to shoot a vlog documenting the entire experience that can be seen here! I picked up some great beer swag from Hoppy Beer Hoppy Life and Craft Beerd. Both guys were there running their own booths and have awesome stuff! Check them out!

The event ended with a typical drunken moment. I lost my phone that I had used sparingly throughout the day so it did have a good charge on it. After a quick look, I was coming to grips with the fact it was likely gone. We got back to our place and there was a message on my laptop from my son saying that someone had found it. Putting my home phone number on my lock screen just paid off big time! I used my “Find my iPhone” app and there they were. I gave them a call and asked them to stay put. Back downtown we went and met up with this awesome young couple that said they found it on the sidewalk just outside the entrance. We sat and chatted with them for a bit over a few more beer. We took care of their bill as a show of appreciation and returned once again to our place. It was a real roller coaster but I was thrilled the story had a happy ending. That was it for me. Lights out!

DAY FOUR

Game day! I am a huge Titans fan and this was a great opportunity to fly somewhere hot and see my team! Sunday morning was daylight savings so we got an extra hours sleep but for some reason, we were both wide awake at 6:00am. We decided to get up and get some fresh air. We walked out into the super thick fog that blanketed all of Pacific Beach. For the first time, it was actually chilly. We took a brisk walk around the bay to warm up and found a little coffee shop to have a nice healthy breakfast. The fog was burning off and the kickoff for all of the morning NFL games was getting close, so we headed back. I got on my Titans gear and off we went. We ended up at Oggi’s Pizza and Brewhouse. It was packed with football jerseys from all over the country and had a very lively atmosphere. It had TVs everywhere, great food and a nice selection of craft beer. A perfect place to get this day rolling. After eating, we made our way to the game and had a great time there, even though my team lost.

After the game, we went back to our place and decided that we should have one last San Diego dining experience. Following another quick Yelp search, the decision was made to head to one more craft beer focus joint. Tap Room on Garnet Avenue was a hit! I had a flight and one of the tastiest bacon cheeseburgers I have had in a long time. I saved my imperial porter until last and decided to finish the night off right and pair it with their fresh baked chocolate cookie with ice cream! It was amazing. We took a leisurely stroll back through town and then returned to prepare our place for departure as we were flying back to Seattle at 8:00 am.

Our San Diego adventure full of hiking, cruising, drinking craft beer and exploring the local foodie scene had come to an end as quickly as it began. We fell in love with San Diego and are already discussing plans to return. So much more to experience! The area is beautiful and has all of my favourite things in one warm and scenic region. Can’t wait to go back and have another adventure.

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BEER DIARY …

Sam Adams – Nitro White Ale,

Sam Adams – Rebel IPA

Alpine Beer Company – Rye’der on the Storm

Omer Vander Ghinste Brewing – Cuvee des Jacobins Rouge

Alesmith Brewing – Hibiscus Tart L’il Devil

Bagby Beer Company – Upside Down Frown Brown

Bitter Brothers Brewing – Golden Child Hefeweizen

Green Flash – Comet Hopper

North Park Beer – Stay Classy

The Lost Abbey – Red Poppy Ale

Resident Brewing – Vacation Coconut IPA

White Labs – Super Yeast

Bitter Brothers – Sibling Rivalry IPA

Bitter Brothers – Bitter Bill’s Pils

Bolt Brewery – Deez Hops IPA

Coronado Brewing – Islander IPA

Intergalactic Brewing – Space Gose Coast to Coast

Half Door Brewing – Hoban House IPA

Green Flash Brewing – Cosmic Ristretto Porter

Bridgeport Brewing – Candy Peel IPA

New Belgium – Accumulation White IPA

2Kids Brewing – Poppycock English Bitter

Reckless Brewing – Honey Badger Don’t Care California Common

New English Brewing – Zumbar Chocolate Coffee Imperial Stout

Prodigy Brewing – Cock Strut Saison

Benchmark Brewing – Oatmeal Stout

Societe Brewing – The Pupil IPA

Second Chance Brewing – Tabula Rasa Porter

The Lost Abbey – Avant Garde Biere de Garde

Stone Brewing – Xocoveza Mexican Mocha Imperial Stout

Mikkeller – Overall Imperial IPA

Monkey Paw Brewing – Fear the Underdog IPA

Modern Times – Orderville IPA

Belching Beaver – Phantom Bride IPA

Green Flash – Soul Style IPA

Mission Brewery – Taste of the Glory ISA

Oggi’s Pizza & Brew – Torrey Pines IPA

Little Miss Brewing – Rosie Ginger Wit

Karl Strauss – Aurora Hoppyalis IPA

Legacy Brewing – That Guava Beer

Karl Strauss – Mosaic ISA

Lagunitas Brewing – TuberFest Marzen

Amplified Ale Works – Maibock Rock

Amplified Ale Works – Rare Form Belgian Strong Ale

Amplified Ale Works – Nyctophobia Imperial Stout

Amplified Ale Works -Whammy Bar Wheat

Amplified Ale Works – Dry School Hop Out Imperial IPA

Amplified Ale Works – Electrocution IPA

Victory Brewing – DirtWolf IPA

Modern Times – Blazing World Red Ale

Rough Draft Brewing – Grapefruit Weekday IPA

Deschutes Brewery – Black Butte XXVIII Imperial Porter

Knee Deep Brewing – Red Stapler IPA

Sudwerk Brewing – Marzen Amber Lager

Fall Brewing – Nervous Breakdown Imperial IPA

Ommegang Brewery – Hennepin Farmhouse Saison

Modern Times – Fruitlands Gose

Stone Brewing – Coffee Milk Stout

Coronado Brewing – Orange Avenue Wit

Acoustic Ales – The Verve Stout

Acoustic Ales – Red Red Amber Ale

Allagash Brewing – James Bean 2016 Belgian Triple

Acoustic Ales- Tush IPA

Ballast Point – Sculpin IPA

Ballast Point – Big Eye IPA

Ballast Point – Commodore

 

 

 

 

Portland, OR

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portland-header1We first experienced what Downtown Portland had to offer over the course of a short weekend back in October 2014. My wife Theresa and I took the train down from Bellingham and stayed in the heart of the entertainment district. We spent our entire stay traveling on foot, exploring the Pearl District and walking along the river all the way to South Waterfront. We had such an amazing time that we knew the day would come that we would have the chance to venture back again and experience more of what Portland has to offer. It’s Quirky, Weird and FULL of delicious craft beer!

We decided to stretch this trip into an extended long weekend from October 7th-11th. The first thing we needed to do was find somewhere to say at a reasonable price. We had decided to drive down this time. Having a car would allow us a little more freedom to explore beyond the city. We had our good friends Doug and Shelly travelling with us too so our costs for travel and accommodations would be split.  After many hours on the Home Away app we decided on a classic Portland home in the Brooklyn Neighbourhood. It is on the east side of the Willamette River adjacent to South Waterfront but still walking distance to Downtown. It was the perfect launching pad for our daily adventures.

The drive from where we live to Portland is 475 kilometres  or 295 miles and according to Google Maps it was going to take us 5.5 hours plus the wait time at the border so I did a little Yelp research to find somewhere to stop along the way for lunch. I chose a place called the Tiki Tap House in historic Centralia, WA as it was half way between Seattle and Portland. That would leave us only about an hour drive to complete after lunch. It’s a Hawaiian themed restaurant with glowing reviews on their pizza and a solid craft list. We arrived just as they were opening for the day and settled in for a nice lunch and a flight. The owner Jordan was a super nice guy and we chatted about his “must sees” while in Portland. He told us of the McMenamin’s chain of restaurants and brewpubs and their unconventional building choices. One specifically, called Edgefield in Troutdale, about 30 minutes outside of town, sounded pretty cool. More on that later. With our bellies full, we set out to finish off our drive.14721522_10154380109930751_6236598250778920738_n

We arrived at our rental house, AKA The Green Gate City Retreat  and got settled in.

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It was really cool and had all the amenities you could possibly need. With our bags unpacked, it was time to get out and explore the neighbourhood and find some PDX beer. A two minute walk from our place was the Aladdin Theatre and a small pub called The Lamp Tavern. We popped in there and it was empty but we sat down for a quick pint and some happy hour appies to get our bearings. A quick search on Yelp (you’ll read this a lot as I find it a vital tool in discovering and previewing all the great spots!) turned up a massive list of options but one stood out that I had previously bookmarked, Beer Mongers!  Off we went. 

Beer Mongers is a craft beer store that also has draft beer, so you can not only walk up and order a pint or a flight but you can also walk over to a fridge, grab a beer and for $1.00 over the retail price, you can pop the top and enjoy it on premise. They don’t have any food available that I saw but many of the places here allow you to bring in your own if you’re drinking. Being early in October, it was Fresh Hop Beer mania so Doug and I lined up a flight and the wives enjoyed their pear cider. We were starting to get hungry again so we asked one of the staff where they recommended we go for dinner. He told us of a place across the street called Double Dragon that had great food and a cool atmosphere and we were sold.

We got there at about 8pm and the place was packed. We lucked out and got a seat at the bar right away. Timing is everything! I had a pork belly rice bowl as my meal and for $9.00, it was outstanding. Everyone else was super impressed with their food too but the attitude from the bartender was not very inviting so we decided to head back, hit the gas station and grab a few more beer to throw in the fridge.

BEER: Day One

  • Huckleberry Ale – River City Brewing
  • Dark O’The Moon Pumpkin StoutThundercon
  • Funkadelicious Fresh Hop Ale – River City Brewing
  • Proletariat Red – Lompoc Brewing
  • Born Yesterday W/Simcoe + Citra – Lagunitas Brewing
  • Rye’n FitzPICKtrick Pale – StormBreaker
  • Helldorado – Firestone Walker
  • Fukton Fresh Hop – 10 Barrell Brewing Co.
  • Chai-Spiced Imperial Russian Stout – Stone Brewing
  • Gull Harbor Gose – Three Magnets Brewing
  • Vortex IPA – Fort George Brewery

Saturday was the best forecasted weather day so it was time to put on the hiking shoes and head out for a drive east through the Columbia River Valley. I had mapped out a couple waterfalls (again using Yelp) and figured we would spend the day in the great outdoors. With fall upon us, I figured the colours would be spectacular and they didn’t disappoint. The waterfalls that I put on the list were Multnomah Falls and Latourell Falls.

The drive along the Historic Columbia River Highway is very peaceful but might not be popular with those that get car sick. The road is a little windy and gains a fair amount of elevation. I loved the tree lined roads where the foliage creates a canopy over the street A sure sign that you aren’t in the city any more. Along the way we discovered the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area and a place called The Vista House that sits perched on a cliff high above the valley. It was a nice place to stop and take in some panoramic views of the valley and read up on the history of the area. It really was fascinating. We continued a bit further along and came upon the trail head to Latourell Falls. You can see the Lower Falls from the parking lot but there is a 2 mile loop trail here that takes you in to the Upper Falls. This was to be our workout for the day.

The hike was very manageable and all though it had some sections of decent incline, I would only give it a 3/10 for difficulty. The colours of the trees, the sound of the babbling stream and the moist chill in the air were a delight on my senses. We got to the Upper Falls in about 30 minutes and it was certainly worth the effort. With the recent rains, it had a pretty good flow going. We took it in for a couple minutes and then continued along the loop back to the car.

We continued along the windy road and it came back out on the Main Highway. I realized then that we stumbled upon the Vista House because I took a wrong turn on the way to the Multnomah Falls but we had had our fill and were content to head back to the house and get ready for a night on the town. That was until we saw a sign that said Troutdale, next exit!

Hmmm… didn’t Jordan at Tiki Tap House tell us something about a McMenamin’s in Troutdale? I took the exit and pulled over to look it up. Edgefield was only a short drive away.  Now I’m telling you, if you only click on one link on this entire blog post, click the link to Edgefield. All four of us were blown away by this place. It actually deserves its own blog post! The Cole’s notes here is that it is a 74 acre plantation with a hotel, a golf course, a pool hall, a theater, a spa, a winery, a brewery, a distillery, multiple restaurants and bars, an outdoor concert amphitheater, a garden that supplies the restaurants with herbs and vegetables and the entire place is licensed, so you can walk from place to place with your drink in hand! The property is steep in history. It was built is 1911 and still to this day its decked out in turn of the century decor and whimsical features and artwork. It’s like nothing I have ever experienced. Oh, did I mention that at one point in it’s history it was known as Edgefield Manor, a hospital that treated tuberculosis and then became Edgefield Lodge, a place for emotionally disturbed children!?! That would explain the creepy painting of the young girl with the rabbit on the door behind the counter in the winery tasting room (that used to be an infirmary!) You get the idea. It’s cool and is a definite must on any trip to Portland. I feel we barely scratched the surface in our couple hours there so I am planning on a one night stay there next time we go to Portland.

While we were there we ate at The Power Station where we were served by a guy that I swear looked just like Eddie Vedder from the band Pearl Jam when he recorded their first album ‘Ten’. Doug and I enjoyed a flight of fresh beer while the ladies had a glass of wine and helped me sample my beers as I was the driver. We ordered up some appies too. The Scooby Snacks (mini corn dogs) were a big hit as were the  truffle oil fries. Doug and I toured around the property trying to take it all in while the wives parked themselves at the wine tasting room. An hour or so later we headed back to our base camp to get ready for our night out.

Our final destination for the night was a place called The Barrel Room. It is a bar with dueling pianos and all I knew was that from my research, we would be finishing our night off singing at the top of our lungs and enjoying a great show. We decided to walk the 2.6 miles to get there (because I thought it said kilometers and didn’t think that was too far!) It took us nearly an hour but the walk along the East Boardwalk of the Willamette at night was a beauty  with the lights of the Downtown reflecting off the calm waters. Plus, crossing the Burnside Bridge and seeing the famous Portland Oregon sign was a bonus. The evening didn’t disappoint. The two guy that play the pianos were not only phenomenal singers but absolutely hilarious too. It was the perfect end to one of my best vacation days ever!

Beer: Day two

  • Thunder Cone Fresh Hop – McMenamin’s Brewing
  • Boom Gose The Dynamite – McMenamin’s Brewing
  • Hammerhead Pale Ale – McMenamin’s Brewing
  • Ruby (Raspberry) – McMenamin’s Brewing
  • Terminator Stout – McMenamin’s Brewing
  • India Pale Ale – McMenamin’s Brewing
  • Union Jack IPA – Firestone Walker Brewing
  • Hopworks IPA – Hopworks Urban Brewery

To be continued…