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Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Barleywine Party @ White Owl

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The annual release of Sierra Nevada's classic Bigfoot Barleywine is upon us, and The White Owl Social Club wants to kick off its release the right way. More than simply a 2014 Bigfoot release party, the White Owl has taken the theme to the next level by inviting Bigfoot investigators to give presentations on Bigfoot studies, theories, history, and background information, all from true experts. Beer lovers will be happy to know that there will be even more special beers and vintages on tap for this very unique event on Thursday, January 16th.
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The Epicurious Blog

It&aposs time to revoke someone&aposs Top 20-list credentials.

I&aposm the first to admit that, of that list of names to the left, I&aposm easily the least qualified person to claim any expertise in foods and beverages, but even I recognize how much a crock a "Top 20 Beers" list is when it includes names like Budweiser, Amstel Light and Foster&aposs.

For the record, here are the List Universe contributor&aposs highly dubious Top 20 beer picks "in the universe":

20. Budweiser
19. Iron City
18. Amstel Light
17. Red Stripe
16. Smithwick&aposs
15. Foster&aposs
14. Victory
13. Corona
12. Ommegang
11. Chimay

10. Stella Artois
9. Paulaner
8. Newcastle
7. Samuel Adams
6. Rogue
5. Sam Smith&aposs
4. Yuengling
3. Guinness
2. Sierra Nevada
1. Westvleteren

To be fair, the contributor doesn&apost claim that they&aposre necessarily the best beers out there, but that they represent a "nice variety from which to pick and choose." Even given those generous guidelines, though, it&aposs still hard to fathom some of the inclusions. To justify putting Bud on the list, for example, he says of it, "I remember backpacking in Europe and seeing people sitting at cafes drinking Bud when a host of great European beers were inside waiting to be tasted. I hate having to include this, but it isn’t that bad."

Which brings up several questions:

1) Was he seeing the original Czech Budweiser or the American bastardization being drunk?
2) Is he aware of the difference?
3) Does "isn&apost that bad" really merit a brew a place in a list that&aposs entitled "Top 20 Beers"?
4) Is there an underlying assumption that Europeans always have impeccable taste in matters of beer?
5) And how long exactly did this European backpacking trip last? (Later, to justify making Amstel Light No. 18, he asks the question, "Have you ever seen regular Amstel?" To which my answer is, "Yes. Lots. In Europe.")

I&aposm not trying to trash the guy here, he&aposs got some good picks, and I realize that it was probably just a casual list that he just jotted down for fun, but in a world where there are now staggering numbers of high-quality beers out there of every possible sort, and where the quality of beer everywhere has improved tenfold over the last couple decades, why does any Top 20 list include so many out-and-out dogs? I mean, jeez.


The Epicurious Blog

It&aposs time to revoke someone&aposs Top 20-list credentials.

I&aposm the first to admit that, of that list of names to the left, I&aposm easily the least qualified person to claim any expertise in foods and beverages, but even I recognize how much a crock a "Top 20 Beers" list is when it includes names like Budweiser, Amstel Light and Foster&aposs.

For the record, here are the List Universe contributor&aposs highly dubious Top 20 beer picks "in the universe":

20. Budweiser
19. Iron City
18. Amstel Light
17. Red Stripe
16. Smithwick&aposs
15. Foster&aposs
14. Victory
13. Corona
12. Ommegang
11. Chimay

10. Stella Artois
9. Paulaner
8. Newcastle
7. Samuel Adams
6. Rogue
5. Sam Smith&aposs
4. Yuengling
3. Guinness
2. Sierra Nevada
1. Westvleteren

To be fair, the contributor doesn&apost claim that they&aposre necessarily the best beers out there, but that they represent a "nice variety from which to pick and choose." Even given those generous guidelines, though, it&aposs still hard to fathom some of the inclusions. To justify putting Bud on the list, for example, he says of it, "I remember backpacking in Europe and seeing people sitting at cafes drinking Bud when a host of great European beers were inside waiting to be tasted. I hate having to include this, but it isn’t that bad."

Which brings up several questions:

1) Was he seeing the original Czech Budweiser or the American bastardization being drunk?
2) Is he aware of the difference?
3) Does "isn&apost that bad" really merit a brew a place in a list that&aposs entitled "Top 20 Beers"?
4) Is there an underlying assumption that Europeans always have impeccable taste in matters of beer?
5) And how long exactly did this European backpacking trip last? (Later, to justify making Amstel Light No. 18, he asks the question, "Have you ever seen regular Amstel?" To which my answer is, "Yes. Lots. In Europe.")

I&aposm not trying to trash the guy here, he&aposs got some good picks, and I realize that it was probably just a casual list that he just jotted down for fun, but in a world where there are now staggering numbers of high-quality beers out there of every possible sort, and where the quality of beer everywhere has improved tenfold over the last couple decades, why does any Top 20 list include so many out-and-out dogs? I mean, jeez.


The Epicurious Blog

It&aposs time to revoke someone&aposs Top 20-list credentials.

I&aposm the first to admit that, of that list of names to the left, I&aposm easily the least qualified person to claim any expertise in foods and beverages, but even I recognize how much a crock a "Top 20 Beers" list is when it includes names like Budweiser, Amstel Light and Foster&aposs.

For the record, here are the List Universe contributor&aposs highly dubious Top 20 beer picks "in the universe":

20. Budweiser
19. Iron City
18. Amstel Light
17. Red Stripe
16. Smithwick&aposs
15. Foster&aposs
14. Victory
13. Corona
12. Ommegang
11. Chimay

10. Stella Artois
9. Paulaner
8. Newcastle
7. Samuel Adams
6. Rogue
5. Sam Smith&aposs
4. Yuengling
3. Guinness
2. Sierra Nevada
1. Westvleteren

To be fair, the contributor doesn&apost claim that they&aposre necessarily the best beers out there, but that they represent a "nice variety from which to pick and choose." Even given those generous guidelines, though, it&aposs still hard to fathom some of the inclusions. To justify putting Bud on the list, for example, he says of it, "I remember backpacking in Europe and seeing people sitting at cafes drinking Bud when a host of great European beers were inside waiting to be tasted. I hate having to include this, but it isn’t that bad."

Which brings up several questions:

1) Was he seeing the original Czech Budweiser or the American bastardization being drunk?
2) Is he aware of the difference?
3) Does "isn&apost that bad" really merit a brew a place in a list that&aposs entitled "Top 20 Beers"?
4) Is there an underlying assumption that Europeans always have impeccable taste in matters of beer?
5) And how long exactly did this European backpacking trip last? (Later, to justify making Amstel Light No. 18, he asks the question, "Have you ever seen regular Amstel?" To which my answer is, "Yes. Lots. In Europe.")

I&aposm not trying to trash the guy here, he&aposs got some good picks, and I realize that it was probably just a casual list that he just jotted down for fun, but in a world where there are now staggering numbers of high-quality beers out there of every possible sort, and where the quality of beer everywhere has improved tenfold over the last couple decades, why does any Top 20 list include so many out-and-out dogs? I mean, jeez.


The Epicurious Blog

It&aposs time to revoke someone&aposs Top 20-list credentials.

I&aposm the first to admit that, of that list of names to the left, I&aposm easily the least qualified person to claim any expertise in foods and beverages, but even I recognize how much a crock a "Top 20 Beers" list is when it includes names like Budweiser, Amstel Light and Foster&aposs.

For the record, here are the List Universe contributor&aposs highly dubious Top 20 beer picks "in the universe":

20. Budweiser
19. Iron City
18. Amstel Light
17. Red Stripe
16. Smithwick&aposs
15. Foster&aposs
14. Victory
13. Corona
12. Ommegang
11. Chimay

10. Stella Artois
9. Paulaner
8. Newcastle
7. Samuel Adams
6. Rogue
5. Sam Smith&aposs
4. Yuengling
3. Guinness
2. Sierra Nevada
1. Westvleteren

To be fair, the contributor doesn&apost claim that they&aposre necessarily the best beers out there, but that they represent a "nice variety from which to pick and choose." Even given those generous guidelines, though, it&aposs still hard to fathom some of the inclusions. To justify putting Bud on the list, for example, he says of it, "I remember backpacking in Europe and seeing people sitting at cafes drinking Bud when a host of great European beers were inside waiting to be tasted. I hate having to include this, but it isn’t that bad."

Which brings up several questions:

1) Was he seeing the original Czech Budweiser or the American bastardization being drunk?
2) Is he aware of the difference?
3) Does "isn&apost that bad" really merit a brew a place in a list that&aposs entitled "Top 20 Beers"?
4) Is there an underlying assumption that Europeans always have impeccable taste in matters of beer?
5) And how long exactly did this European backpacking trip last? (Later, to justify making Amstel Light No. 18, he asks the question, "Have you ever seen regular Amstel?" To which my answer is, "Yes. Lots. In Europe.")

I&aposm not trying to trash the guy here, he&aposs got some good picks, and I realize that it was probably just a casual list that he just jotted down for fun, but in a world where there are now staggering numbers of high-quality beers out there of every possible sort, and where the quality of beer everywhere has improved tenfold over the last couple decades, why does any Top 20 list include so many out-and-out dogs? I mean, jeez.


The Epicurious Blog

It&aposs time to revoke someone&aposs Top 20-list credentials.

I&aposm the first to admit that, of that list of names to the left, I&aposm easily the least qualified person to claim any expertise in foods and beverages, but even I recognize how much a crock a "Top 20 Beers" list is when it includes names like Budweiser, Amstel Light and Foster&aposs.

For the record, here are the List Universe contributor&aposs highly dubious Top 20 beer picks "in the universe":

20. Budweiser
19. Iron City
18. Amstel Light
17. Red Stripe
16. Smithwick&aposs
15. Foster&aposs
14. Victory
13. Corona
12. Ommegang
11. Chimay

10. Stella Artois
9. Paulaner
8. Newcastle
7. Samuel Adams
6. Rogue
5. Sam Smith&aposs
4. Yuengling
3. Guinness
2. Sierra Nevada
1. Westvleteren

To be fair, the contributor doesn&apost claim that they&aposre necessarily the best beers out there, but that they represent a "nice variety from which to pick and choose." Even given those generous guidelines, though, it&aposs still hard to fathom some of the inclusions. To justify putting Bud on the list, for example, he says of it, "I remember backpacking in Europe and seeing people sitting at cafes drinking Bud when a host of great European beers were inside waiting to be tasted. I hate having to include this, but it isn’t that bad."

Which brings up several questions:

1) Was he seeing the original Czech Budweiser or the American bastardization being drunk?
2) Is he aware of the difference?
3) Does "isn&apost that bad" really merit a brew a place in a list that&aposs entitled "Top 20 Beers"?
4) Is there an underlying assumption that Europeans always have impeccable taste in matters of beer?
5) And how long exactly did this European backpacking trip last? (Later, to justify making Amstel Light No. 18, he asks the question, "Have you ever seen regular Amstel?" To which my answer is, "Yes. Lots. In Europe.")

I&aposm not trying to trash the guy here, he&aposs got some good picks, and I realize that it was probably just a casual list that he just jotted down for fun, but in a world where there are now staggering numbers of high-quality beers out there of every possible sort, and where the quality of beer everywhere has improved tenfold over the last couple decades, why does any Top 20 list include so many out-and-out dogs? I mean, jeez.


The Epicurious Blog

It&aposs time to revoke someone&aposs Top 20-list credentials.

I&aposm the first to admit that, of that list of names to the left, I&aposm easily the least qualified person to claim any expertise in foods and beverages, but even I recognize how much a crock a "Top 20 Beers" list is when it includes names like Budweiser, Amstel Light and Foster&aposs.

For the record, here are the List Universe contributor&aposs highly dubious Top 20 beer picks "in the universe":

20. Budweiser
19. Iron City
18. Amstel Light
17. Red Stripe
16. Smithwick&aposs
15. Foster&aposs
14. Victory
13. Corona
12. Ommegang
11. Chimay

10. Stella Artois
9. Paulaner
8. Newcastle
7. Samuel Adams
6. Rogue
5. Sam Smith&aposs
4. Yuengling
3. Guinness
2. Sierra Nevada
1. Westvleteren

To be fair, the contributor doesn&apost claim that they&aposre necessarily the best beers out there, but that they represent a "nice variety from which to pick and choose." Even given those generous guidelines, though, it&aposs still hard to fathom some of the inclusions. To justify putting Bud on the list, for example, he says of it, "I remember backpacking in Europe and seeing people sitting at cafes drinking Bud when a host of great European beers were inside waiting to be tasted. I hate having to include this, but it isn’t that bad."

Which brings up several questions:

1) Was he seeing the original Czech Budweiser or the American bastardization being drunk?
2) Is he aware of the difference?
3) Does "isn&apost that bad" really merit a brew a place in a list that&aposs entitled "Top 20 Beers"?
4) Is there an underlying assumption that Europeans always have impeccable taste in matters of beer?
5) And how long exactly did this European backpacking trip last? (Later, to justify making Amstel Light No. 18, he asks the question, "Have you ever seen regular Amstel?" To which my answer is, "Yes. Lots. In Europe.")

I&aposm not trying to trash the guy here, he&aposs got some good picks, and I realize that it was probably just a casual list that he just jotted down for fun, but in a world where there are now staggering numbers of high-quality beers out there of every possible sort, and where the quality of beer everywhere has improved tenfold over the last couple decades, why does any Top 20 list include so many out-and-out dogs? I mean, jeez.


The Epicurious Blog

It&aposs time to revoke someone&aposs Top 20-list credentials.

I&aposm the first to admit that, of that list of names to the left, I&aposm easily the least qualified person to claim any expertise in foods and beverages, but even I recognize how much a crock a "Top 20 Beers" list is when it includes names like Budweiser, Amstel Light and Foster&aposs.

For the record, here are the List Universe contributor&aposs highly dubious Top 20 beer picks "in the universe":

20. Budweiser
19. Iron City
18. Amstel Light
17. Red Stripe
16. Smithwick&aposs
15. Foster&aposs
14. Victory
13. Corona
12. Ommegang
11. Chimay

10. Stella Artois
9. Paulaner
8. Newcastle
7. Samuel Adams
6. Rogue
5. Sam Smith&aposs
4. Yuengling
3. Guinness
2. Sierra Nevada
1. Westvleteren

To be fair, the contributor doesn&apost claim that they&aposre necessarily the best beers out there, but that they represent a "nice variety from which to pick and choose." Even given those generous guidelines, though, it&aposs still hard to fathom some of the inclusions. To justify putting Bud on the list, for example, he says of it, "I remember backpacking in Europe and seeing people sitting at cafes drinking Bud when a host of great European beers were inside waiting to be tasted. I hate having to include this, but it isn’t that bad."

Which brings up several questions:

1) Was he seeing the original Czech Budweiser or the American bastardization being drunk?
2) Is he aware of the difference?
3) Does "isn&apost that bad" really merit a brew a place in a list that&aposs entitled "Top 20 Beers"?
4) Is there an underlying assumption that Europeans always have impeccable taste in matters of beer?
5) And how long exactly did this European backpacking trip last? (Later, to justify making Amstel Light No. 18, he asks the question, "Have you ever seen regular Amstel?" To which my answer is, "Yes. Lots. In Europe.")

I&aposm not trying to trash the guy here, he&aposs got some good picks, and I realize that it was probably just a casual list that he just jotted down for fun, but in a world where there are now staggering numbers of high-quality beers out there of every possible sort, and where the quality of beer everywhere has improved tenfold over the last couple decades, why does any Top 20 list include so many out-and-out dogs? I mean, jeez.


The Epicurious Blog

It&aposs time to revoke someone&aposs Top 20-list credentials.

I&aposm the first to admit that, of that list of names to the left, I&aposm easily the least qualified person to claim any expertise in foods and beverages, but even I recognize how much a crock a "Top 20 Beers" list is when it includes names like Budweiser, Amstel Light and Foster&aposs.

For the record, here are the List Universe contributor&aposs highly dubious Top 20 beer picks "in the universe":

20. Budweiser
19. Iron City
18. Amstel Light
17. Red Stripe
16. Smithwick&aposs
15. Foster&aposs
14. Victory
13. Corona
12. Ommegang
11. Chimay

10. Stella Artois
9. Paulaner
8. Newcastle
7. Samuel Adams
6. Rogue
5. Sam Smith&aposs
4. Yuengling
3. Guinness
2. Sierra Nevada
1. Westvleteren

To be fair, the contributor doesn&apost claim that they&aposre necessarily the best beers out there, but that they represent a "nice variety from which to pick and choose." Even given those generous guidelines, though, it&aposs still hard to fathom some of the inclusions. To justify putting Bud on the list, for example, he says of it, "I remember backpacking in Europe and seeing people sitting at cafes drinking Bud when a host of great European beers were inside waiting to be tasted. I hate having to include this, but it isn’t that bad."

Which brings up several questions:

1) Was he seeing the original Czech Budweiser or the American bastardization being drunk?
2) Is he aware of the difference?
3) Does "isn&apost that bad" really merit a brew a place in a list that&aposs entitled "Top 20 Beers"?
4) Is there an underlying assumption that Europeans always have impeccable taste in matters of beer?
5) And how long exactly did this European backpacking trip last? (Later, to justify making Amstel Light No. 18, he asks the question, "Have you ever seen regular Amstel?" To which my answer is, "Yes. Lots. In Europe.")

I&aposm not trying to trash the guy here, he&aposs got some good picks, and I realize that it was probably just a casual list that he just jotted down for fun, but in a world where there are now staggering numbers of high-quality beers out there of every possible sort, and where the quality of beer everywhere has improved tenfold over the last couple decades, why does any Top 20 list include so many out-and-out dogs? I mean, jeez.


The Epicurious Blog

It&aposs time to revoke someone&aposs Top 20-list credentials.

I&aposm the first to admit that, of that list of names to the left, I&aposm easily the least qualified person to claim any expertise in foods and beverages, but even I recognize how much a crock a "Top 20 Beers" list is when it includes names like Budweiser, Amstel Light and Foster&aposs.

For the record, here are the List Universe contributor&aposs highly dubious Top 20 beer picks "in the universe":

20. Budweiser
19. Iron City
18. Amstel Light
17. Red Stripe
16. Smithwick&aposs
15. Foster&aposs
14. Victory
13. Corona
12. Ommegang
11. Chimay

10. Stella Artois
9. Paulaner
8. Newcastle
7. Samuel Adams
6. Rogue
5. Sam Smith&aposs
4. Yuengling
3. Guinness
2. Sierra Nevada
1. Westvleteren

To be fair, the contributor doesn&apost claim that they&aposre necessarily the best beers out there, but that they represent a "nice variety from which to pick and choose." Even given those generous guidelines, though, it&aposs still hard to fathom some of the inclusions. To justify putting Bud on the list, for example, he says of it, "I remember backpacking in Europe and seeing people sitting at cafes drinking Bud when a host of great European beers were inside waiting to be tasted. I hate having to include this, but it isn’t that bad."

Which brings up several questions:

1) Was he seeing the original Czech Budweiser or the American bastardization being drunk?
2) Is he aware of the difference?
3) Does "isn&apost that bad" really merit a brew a place in a list that&aposs entitled "Top 20 Beers"?
4) Is there an underlying assumption that Europeans always have impeccable taste in matters of beer?
5) And how long exactly did this European backpacking trip last? (Later, to justify making Amstel Light No. 18, he asks the question, "Have you ever seen regular Amstel?" To which my answer is, "Yes. Lots. In Europe.")

I&aposm not trying to trash the guy here, he&aposs got some good picks, and I realize that it was probably just a casual list that he just jotted down for fun, but in a world where there are now staggering numbers of high-quality beers out there of every possible sort, and where the quality of beer everywhere has improved tenfold over the last couple decades, why does any Top 20 list include so many out-and-out dogs? I mean, jeez.


The Epicurious Blog

It&aposs time to revoke someone&aposs Top 20-list credentials.

I&aposm the first to admit that, of that list of names to the left, I&aposm easily the least qualified person to claim any expertise in foods and beverages, but even I recognize how much a crock a "Top 20 Beers" list is when it includes names like Budweiser, Amstel Light and Foster&aposs.

For the record, here are the List Universe contributor&aposs highly dubious Top 20 beer picks "in the universe":

20. Budweiser
19. Iron City
18. Amstel Light
17. Red Stripe
16. Smithwick&aposs
15. Foster&aposs
14. Victory
13. Corona
12. Ommegang
11. Chimay

10. Stella Artois
9. Paulaner
8. Newcastle
7. Samuel Adams
6. Rogue
5. Sam Smith&aposs
4. Yuengling
3. Guinness
2. Sierra Nevada
1. Westvleteren

To be fair, the contributor doesn&apost claim that they&aposre necessarily the best beers out there, but that they represent a "nice variety from which to pick and choose." Even given those generous guidelines, though, it&aposs still hard to fathom some of the inclusions. To justify putting Bud on the list, for example, he says of it, "I remember backpacking in Europe and seeing people sitting at cafes drinking Bud when a host of great European beers were inside waiting to be tasted. I hate having to include this, but it isn’t that bad."

Which brings up several questions:

1) Was he seeing the original Czech Budweiser or the American bastardization being drunk?
2) Is he aware of the difference?
3) Does "isn&apost that bad" really merit a brew a place in a list that&aposs entitled "Top 20 Beers"?
4) Is there an underlying assumption that Europeans always have impeccable taste in matters of beer?
5) And how long exactly did this European backpacking trip last? (Later, to justify making Amstel Light No. 18, he asks the question, "Have you ever seen regular Amstel?" To which my answer is, "Yes. Lots. In Europe.")

I&aposm not trying to trash the guy here, he&aposs got some good picks, and I realize that it was probably just a casual list that he just jotted down for fun, but in a world where there are now staggering numbers of high-quality beers out there of every possible sort, and where the quality of beer everywhere has improved tenfold over the last couple decades, why does any Top 20 list include so many out-and-out dogs? I mean, jeez.


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