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Thursday, October 21, 2010

Day 294 Drink: Stone San Diego County Session Ale

Greg Koch was in Charlotte recently as part of a Stone Brewing "Total Tap Take Over" promotion, where they had all 40 taps at Duckworth's, one of the growing number of craft beer bars in the city. I did not get to go to the event due to my travel schedule, but I did have the chance to stop in at the bar and still found 20 of the taps still going strong.

Stone San Diego County Session Ale is a collaboration brew created bu Ballast Point Brewing’s Colby Chandler, Stone’s Mitch Steele and Kelsey McNair, a homebrewer.

Stone San Diego County Session Ale is a 4.2 percent beer that is meant to be consumed with friends during a afternoon or evening session. The beer is a bright golden color with a frothy head. The brew is very aromatic. Plenty of citrus, leaning towards grapefruit in this one. A very enjoyable beer.

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