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  1. Sheila

    October 1, 2011 at 1:13 am

    Hi guys,

    I read the article in the LJ Light about your new website and passion with craft beers. I am looking to do some interesting food/craft beer pairing dinners and got an idea that maybe we could team.

    Please check out our website, we are in La Jolla next door to George’s, but are a very cool, mom and son restaurant. Not at all La Jolla’s “norm”. You can also check out our reviews on Yelp, Travel Advisor, OpenTable, etc.

    If you’d like to explore some ideas, I can be reached via e-mail or 858-456-6611.

    Sheila Fortune

    • TheBEERSgoneBAD

      October 2, 2011 at 3:32 am

      That sounds amazing please let us know how we can contribute.

  2. Robert Esparza

    October 2, 2011 at 5:40 pm

    Hello fellow lovers of beer! Looking forward to meeting you both at La Jolla Brew House on October 14th. Maybe a review of some of their new beers is in order?

    Please email me so we can discuss some other beer related events I’m working on.

    Off to some breweries!


  3. Kristen

    February 2, 2012 at 3:52 am

    HAHAHA! Your review of Grey Lady Ale cracked me up. I completely agree with your description of our mermaid label. She is way too “handsome”, something I have found a bit disturbing myself. I work at Cisco Brewers and one thing I have done to improve the overall company image is to rework the Grey Lady Ale mermaid, I used a Victoria’s Secret catalog as my guide, so yeah she’s got a lot more beer label appeal although we may not see her in print for a while.
    I don’t know who your friend Kate is who sent you the GL in the first place, but she probably was used to drinking it on draft. Our GL in the bottle is well “bottle conditioned” meaning we don’t add carbonation, the yeast itself is going to create the gas needed to give you the delicious unfiltered wit ale you intended to purchase. However, a beer connoisseur would know to “rouse the yeast” before pouring or consuming. I didn’t see you guys do this, so maybe the tasting was off. Maybe it wasn’t and you guys just don’t like the GL. I personally drink wine and don’t care for beer much but love the GL so maybe it appeals to those who like a more tart, sour or citrus flavor and not to those who like traditional ales that are hoppy, bitter, and filtered.
    I honestly loved the banter about the label (which was most of the beer review – seriously) and would gladly send you some of our other beers to review. But first, please let me know what kind of beers you like!!! We have an oak barrel aged series called The Woods (sours mostly) and a new series called “Island Reserve” as well as delicious craft beers. Or maybe I could send you another 22oz GL to try since now you know what type of beer it is and how to properly pour it :) Whatever you guys want, I’m willing to watch another wicked pissah 8 minutes…
    (Nantucket native and Global Domination Manager @ Cisco Brewers)
    p.s. nobody watches “Wings” anymore

  4. anonymous

    May 30, 2012 at 12:45 am

    you dudes have put on some serious weight. whats the deal? fattys.