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Post Bike Ride Saison

Sitting out back enjoying a Carnevale on a beautiful day, after a Sunday bike ride around Mission Bay. It rhymes, yay!


Holy Water??

Hope you didn’t drink the “Holy Water” at the 2011 Pre-Stone Anniversary Breakfast at Lost Abbey!!


Blending Vern for Stone Anniversary

sitting and watching Tomme and Gwen blend some Verne for the Stone 15th tomorrow. Bourbon Angel’s, peaches and black tea double barreled.


Craft Beer and Cook’s Confab at the Stingaree

Last Sunday we attended the Cook’s Confab on the roof of the Stingaree Restaurant in San Diego’s beautiful Gaslamp district. The theme of these confabs is to pair the region’s best and brightest chefs with local growers, winemakers and brewers. A portion of the proceeds go to benefit the Slow Food Urban San Diego. This […]


Dan Akroyd and Inferno Ale

Dan Akroyd was making an appearance promoting his Crystal Skull Vodka yesterday, but he’s a big beer guy too. Here he is with Lost Abbey’s Inferno Thanks for the photos Sheldon!


Port / Lost Abbey 3rd Anniversary Party May 9th

Port Brewing / The Lost Abbey today announced that it’s 3rd anniversary party will be held Saturday May 9th from noon to 7pm (or whenever they finally kick everyone out). Along with excellent beer from the barrel archive and great food by Chef Vince, the brewery will also be hosting a live performance by local […]


Red Poppy Release

So the Release of Lost Abbey’s Red Poppy was a couple weekends ago and all the usual suspects were in tow along with a whole group of new peeps. Beyond just getting some great beer, we also drafted a whole bunch of folks into peeling a few hundred pounds of Mandarin Oranges for a couple […]


Brandy Angel’s Share Arrives Feb 28

It’s official, the 2009 release of brandy barrel-aged Angel’s Share will be released at The Lost Abbey on Saturday, February 28th at 10 am.  Unlike previous releases of this incredible barleywine, this one will be available in both 375ml and 750ml bottles, which is a nice change since getting through a whole 750 of this […]