[tccrockets] Re: Dairy Aire

Okay guys,  I’m  going in tomorrow to taste beers......... between my brave 
wife and I, we will hopefully settle on a keg that will show light, yet full 
flavor on what could be a hot day/night.  I have all the names of beers people 
have offered as good choices.  I know, it’s a tough job, but for all of you I 
will do this............  burp........

Richard



From: Ben Sandoval 
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 9:53 PM
To: tccrockets@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Subject: [tccrockets] Re: Dairy Aire

      I like alot of them but you really have to enjoy beer to enjoy most on 
this list. 

      Stone Brewing are in your face type beer (yes I like them all specially 
Ruination)

      Sierra Nevada all are session beers except for Torpedo (a favorite of 
mine that will torpedo most, it's an in your face hopped up beer).

      Anchor Steam all nice session beers.

      Deschutes Mirror Pond, a bit hoppy but balanced and  loveable (have I 
said I luv IPA's)

      North Coast nice session beers.

      Bear Republic Racer 5 IPA, a GREAT IPA get ready to race.

      New Belgium... mellower than the others but smooth beers non the less.


      I think a half keg will do it, a full keg the last few times was a bit 
too much (did I really type this) leftover. Odd isn't it.

      This is JMHO. Look forward to seeing you all.


      --- On Mon, 5/7/12, Aaron Stanley <rocketguy1317@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


        From: Aaron Stanley <rocketguy1317@xxxxxxxxxxx>
        Subject: [tccrockets] Re: Dairy Aire
        To: tccrockets@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
        Date: Monday, May 7, 2012, 11:43 PM


        A few suggestions beer. 


        Stone Brewing Arrogant Bastard    

        Stone Brewing Oak Arrogant Bastard
        Stone Brewing IPA
        Stone Brewing Ruination IPA
        Stone Brewing Cali-Belgique IPA
        Stone Brewing Levitation Ale
        Sierra Nevada Pale Ale                            

        Sierra Nevada Torpedo Extra IPA
        Sierra Nevada Kellerweis 
        Sierra Nevada Summerfest *
        Anchor Brewing Anchor Steam Beer 
        Anchor Brewing Liberty Ale
        Anchor Brewing Summer Beer
        North Coast Brewing Co. Scrimshaw Pilsner*
        North Coast Brewing Co. Blue Star Wheat Beer
        North Coast Brewing Co. Red Seal Ale
        Deschutes Brewing Mirror Pond Pale Ale
        Bear Republic Brewing Racer 5 IPA
        New Belgium Ranger India Pale Ale
        New Belgium Belgo Belgian Style IPA

        *Lager/Pilsner style of beer.
         
        None of these beers are "Light/Lite" beers but they aren't super heavy 
either.  I could enjoy any of these beers on a hot summers day.  

        Aaron Stanley
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        Aerotech the BEST way to fly.





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        From: "Richard King" <drrbk@xxxxxxxxxxx>
        To: "TCC -Chat" <tccrockets@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
        Sent: Monday, May 7, 2012 11:00:01 PM
        Subject: [tccrockets] Re: Dairy Aire


        I think I can deal with the beer.  A little more research.......  Will 
go lighter.

        I can bring it out Saturday.

        RK

        From: Jack Garibaldi 
        Sent: Monday, May 07, 2012 10:40 PM
        To: TCC -Chat 
        Subject: [tccrockets] Dairy Aire

        Hey All



                       We will have Do-Right-BBQ serving Tri-Tip, chicken, 
spare-ribs, green beans, chips, sodas and I think he said salad for the 
Saturday dinner. Also we will be launching off Davis Road and facing North, 
Steve is going to flatten out 30-50ft into the field so we can have parking and 
stay off the access road. He said he will do what he can so I might have to be 
the only one on the access road facing West to East because of my length but 
everyone else should be facing North. We have a few ROC folk coming to the 
launch so that’s cool and I haven’t heard anything about the Beer so what say 
someone, I guess first let the treasure chime in then worry about the rest pick 
up and delivery.



        Jack G
     

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