Starting tonight you have three chances to get some of this year’s 16th anniversary ale from Firestone-Walker.
Chance # 1
BottleRock in Culver City 7-10pm Firestone flight with XVI TONIGHT!
Chance # 2
We are also having XVI poured at the Daily Pint on Nov 29th. 8+ Firestone Beers on tap plus XVI and DDBA. Beginning at 7pm
Chance # 3
We’re doing a XVI party at Steingarten on Nov 30th around 7pm. Dave Watrous has stocked up some goodies to pour alongside XVI.
I am so ahead of the curve. I have a beer & dessert tasting with floats made with HUB 7 Grain Stout and Maui Coconut Porter now this is happening….
The Golden State/Scoops vs. BottleRock/Milk in L.A. Beer Float Showdown
Posted July 3, 2009 at 9:50 am on FOOD GPS
The Golden State caused a sensation when co-owners Jason Bernstein and James Starr introduced beer floats to Los Angeles. They combined Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout with Scoops ice cream. BottleRock LA recently entered the float fray when resident beer expert Alex Macy decided to mix-and-match Milk ice cream with beers from their 18 taps. One of his signature floats: Ommegang Rouge with cherry sorbet.
On July 26 at 3:30 PM, come to Blue Palms Brewhouse and help to choose a champion in the first L.A. Beer Float Showdown. Everybody who attends is allowed to vote on two beer floats from each competitor. Four total. A score sheet will allow every attendee to judge the beer floats according to flavor and originality. The competitors are currently working on their flavor combinations and won’t reveal them until the showdown.
Tickets cost $23 if you RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the event. Pay in cash at the door. Day-of admission is $28, but there’s no guarantee we’ll have space left, so be sure to RSVP now.
Proceeds cover the cost of the beer and ice cream, but the bulk of the money goes to charity. The L.A. Beer Float Showdown benefits 826LA, the non-profit writing and tutoring program for kids 6-18, founded by author Dave Eggers and educator Nínive Calegari.
Hope to see you at Blue Palms Brewhouse as we continue to build the L.A. beer community.