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Saturday, September 08, 2007

Brew Zoo: Picking Up a Few Strays

It's been fun being the host of this month's edition of The Session. The Brew Zoo is getting pretty full and we found a few strays at the gates this morning. I plan to do one more sweep of the bushes on Sunday and will post a formal wrap up. For now, enjoy these additional posts from hard working beer bloggers:

Tedo at the Barley Vine takes us to Austin to taste an old ale named for a brewer's dog.

Spence at Brewerman lands us an owl -- Kiuchi Brewery's Hitachino Nest White Ale to be exact for the birds of prey section of The Brew Zoo.

At Flossmoor Beer Blog they brew up a discussion of their own Black Wolf Schwarzbier and give a mention to the Camel Toe and Moose Knuckle brewed at Piece Brewery & Pizzeria in Chicago.

Adam at Beer Bits 2 gets our goat with some Cinderbock for the petting zoo section of The Brew Zoo.

Paul Arthur who posts at Flowerysong rides in on a Kelpie. A Kelpie is some type of fairy prankster that often takes the shape of a horse, but I'll let Paul explain.

At Beer from the Motherland they take us to New Zealand for some favorites from Pink Elephant Brewery in Blenheim, including Golden Tusk and Imperious Rushin Stowt.

This is last call for the Beer Ark. If you have been holding back, send your Beer Blogging Friday entry to me at rick.lyke@gmail.com.

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