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Greetings,

I publish a newsletter and a blog on Beer & Food
(http://www.beerbasics.com ).

Two restaurants that I know of, Circa, in High Bridge, NJ and Oleana in
Cambridge, MA have special beers brewed to fit their menu.

If there is a restaurant in your area that has a special beer brewed for it
I would appreciate hearing about it.

You can contact me at

Cheers!
Peter



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On Mon, 5 Feb 2007 12:44:45 -0500, "Peter LaFrance"
wrote:

I publish a newsletter and a blog on Beer & Food
(http://www.beerbasics.com ).

Two restaurants that I know of, Circa, in High Bridge, NJ and Oleana in
Cambridge, MA have special beers brewed to fit their menu.

If there is a restaurant in your area that has a special beer brewed for it
I would appreciate hearing about it.


In the Washington DC and northern Virginia area, almost every sizable restaurant
with a bar has a "special" beer brewed for it by Old Dominion Brewing.

-- Larry
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Thanks for the information.

Cheers!
Peter

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On Mon, 5 Feb 2007 12:44:45 -0500, "Peter LaFrance"
wrote:

I publish a newsletter and a blog on Beer & Food
(http://www.beerbasics.com ).

Two restaurants that I know of, Circa, in High Bridge, NJ and Oleana in
Cambridge, MA have special beers brewed to fit their menu.

If there is a restaurant in your area that has a special beer brewed for
it
I would appreciate hearing about it.


In the Washington DC and northern Virginia area, almost every sizable
restaurant
with a bar has a "special" beer brewed for it by Old Dominion Brewing.

-- Larry



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On Feb 5, 11:44 am, "Peter LaFrance"
wrote:
Greetings,

I publish a newsletter and a blog on Beer & Food
(http://www.beerbasics.com).

Two restaurants that I know of, Circa, in High Bridge, NJ and Oleana in
Cambridge, MA have special beers brewed to fit their menu.

If there is a restaurant in your area that has a special beer brewed for it
I would appreciate hearing about it.

You can contact me at

Cheers!
Peter


Crescent City Brewhouse, in New Orleans

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On 6 Feb 2007 11:48:45 -0800, "JimL" wrote:


If there is a restaurant in your area that has a special beer brewed for it
I would appreciate hearing about it.


Crescent City Brewhouse, in New Orleans


Duh. That would be true of just about every brewpub in the country, wouldn't it?

Crescent City does make sensational brats, though.

-- Larry


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On Feb 6, 3:41 pm, pltrgyst wrote:
On 6 Feb 2007 11:48:45 -0800, "JimL" wrote:

If there is a restaurant in your area that has a special beer brewed for it
I would appreciate hearing about it.


Crescent City Brewhouse, in New Orleans


Duh. That would be true of just about every brewpub in the country, wouldn't it?

Crescent City does make sensational brats, though.

-- Larry



Well "Duh" to you. The orig poster did ask for places with their own
brand. Crescent City even makes their own on site, several kinds.

There was also a German restaurant in Chicago, on Adams St, that
closed after almost a century. Blanking on the name, but their own
"house" brand of beers, light and dark, are still available in
stores. Oh yes, Berghoff.


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On 6 Feb 2007 18:34:05 -0800, "JimL" wrote:

Well "Duh" to you. The orig poster did ask for places with their own
brand.

No, he did not. He asked for restaurants -- not brewpubs, not brewhouses -- that
have a beer custom made *for* them, not *by* them. This is why I did not mention
in my initial response several such places (e.g., Capital City Brewing) here in
the Washington DC area.

Crescent City even makes their own on site, several kinds.


No kidding -- why do you think I mentioned how good their brats are?

-- Larry

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There are restaurants that brew beer especially for journalists?
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On Wed, 07 Feb 2007 06:35:57 GMT, (Christopher C. Stacy)
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There are restaurants that brew beer especially for journalists?


Sigh. Another jokester who flunked English in fourth grade. 8

pedantic mode onThe antecedent of "them" is "that", which refers to
"restaurant," the immediately preceding noun.pedantic mode off

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pltrgyst writes:

On Wed, 07 Feb 2007 06:35:57 GMT, (Christopher C. Stacy)
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There are restaurants that brew beer especially for journalists?


Sigh. Another jokester who flunked English in fourth grade. 8


If you flunked English in fourth grade, how can you call yourself a "journalist"?


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