June Meeting

June 27th, 2011

Wednesday, June 27th 6:30pm Haus Staudt! Be there or be beerless! 😉

Opening Day! Going?

April 8th, 2011

Tied House Microbrewery: Don’t forget Beer Train leaves San Jose at 9:10. Car #3! Come find Alison Hopkins, Rosemary Colón, Trinidad Pena, Anali Palacios, and Carolyn. Go Giants! That’s the 9:49 train at the RWC stop.

Public House (at the park): good craft beer, can bring your drink into the park through their entrance. Good light food, patio, no reservations. Gets crowded quick and they close door until people leave.

O’Neills: good Irish pub across from the ball park. Get’s crowded but people come and go so you can always get in plus it’s an Irish pub. What more can you ask for?

21st. Amendment (up 2nd a few blocks): SF made craft beer and outdoor patio! Ok food, upstairs is self seating. Pass you beer through the window if you buy at the bar, no alcohol allowed on the sidewalk. Tip, buy a six pack to go for $9.95 versus a $7 pint.

Momo’s: crowded patio, mixed drinks and cheap beer, good vibe on game day. Good food inside.

Plenty of other joints around the area, explore away! And don’t forget the SF staple Red’s Java House, a bit of a walk towards the Bay bridge but definitely the best burger and a beer on game day you will find anywhere near the park.

Tonight we ride!

February 23rd, 2011

Beer has been procured, chilling now in the fridge. This is what is on deck for tonight RWCBC February 2011 tasting notes – Strong Beers

See you all at 6:30pm.

SF Beer Week is a go!

February 11th, 2011

The gala kicks off at 4 in SF at the YBAC. It’s sold out, but anyone at the door around 7 with $50 might have a chance to get in. Our meeting will be the Wednesday following SF Beer Week. Don’t forget it is strong beer month too. An embarrassment of beer riches.

RWC BEER CLUB January 2011 meeting notes

Local events of note:

Today: DCB Growler refill Friday
Tomorrow: DCB Beer to Beef, R&C Sour Roses
Tuesday: Pliny the Younger
Thursday: DCB Girls only Tasting, Haus Staudt – 50/50 Brewery
Saturday: Meet the Brewers: Food Truck the Brewers Edition

and more, check our pdf for details or go direct to sfbeerweek.org

Beer club meeting tonight

January 26th, 2011

Tonight’s line up, a Jewbelation vertical, all the yearly winter seasonal beers since 2004.

January 2011 Beer Club line up

January Beer Club meeting

January 19th, 2011

January 26, 2011 6:30pm Haus Staudt

Still working on the line up but have lots of info on the upcoming SF Beer week so that alone is worth coming. Plus who can turn down beer? Pass the word. Follow us on Facebook too if you use. 😉



William’s Christmas Tasting!

November 30th, 2010

Greetings friends, in place of our regular monthly meeting and to allow your livers to rest up for the early December DCB Beer Friday we will be celebrating winter beers at Williams pad. Details follow. I will be bringing the seasonal releases of Gulden Draak and Delirium Tremens if I can hold out that long. They sure look inviting in my fridge. =)

Wednesday, December 8, 6:30-10:00PM

2332 Harding Ave. Redwood City 94062 lost? call 650.868.7200

A half mile from Jefferson and Alameda De Las Polgas. I’ve got 6 or 8 beers stashed so far for this. I will have food, probably a pot of chili and bread, chips. The event is indoor/outdoor so dress appropriately.

Please bring something you like to share, even if its an opinion.

In the spirit of the Holiday season, respectful friends, family welcome. The more the merrier. cheers!


Williams 2009 Winter Beer Tasting

November Meeting 411

November 12th, 2010

I am in Mexico but wanted to remind everyone of the next meeting.

What will it bring? Autumn beers, heavy with malt and grain, warming you and your palate up for the coming winter? Or seasonal variations, beers brewed with ingredients such as spruce tips, pumpkin and maple?

Come on down next Wednesday night, the 17th of November to Haus Staudt and find out. As usual we meet at 6:30pm at the long table in the front. Bring a friend if you like, all are welcome. Guest tasting fee is just $5. Or bring a beer to share and skip the fee. We don’t stand much for formality so don’t be shy if we haven’t seen you for a while. Plus Volker always has something new on tap that you should try and who doesn’t love a freshly baked giant pretzel?



History of Oktoberfest

September 22nd, 2010

Need a break? Read up on Oktoberfest so you too can be witty and slick when talking beer at one of the many upcoming local Oktoberfest celebrations! iIf you know of others, fill me in and I’ll update the post.

  • Oktoberfest by the bay (SF)
  • The Peninsula Oktoberfest (RWC)
  • Linden Street Brats & Beer Festival(Oaktown)
  • Oktoberfest

    It began with the Royal Wedding on 12 October 1810.

    Crown Prince Ludwig, later to become King Ludwig I, was married to Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen on 12 October 1810. The citizens of Munich were invited to attend the festivities held on the fields in front of the city gates to celebrate the happy royal event. The fields were renamed Theresienwiese (“Theres’a Fields”) to honor the Crown Princess, although the locals have since abbreviated the name simply to “Wiesn”. Horse races in the presence of the royal family marked the close of the event that was celebrated as a festival for the whole of Bavaria. The decision to repeat the horse races in subsequest years gave rise to the tradition of Oktoberfest.

    The Oktoberfest continues in 1811

    In 1811, an added feature to the horse races was the first Agricultural Show, designed to boost Bavarian agriculture. The horse races, which were the oldest – and at one time – the most popular event of the festival are no longer held today. But the Agricultural Show is still held every three years during the Oktoberfest on the southern part of the festival grounds.

    Beer club tonight

    September 22nd, 2010

    Hello all, just back from my morning run and just as well I snuck it in today because word has come in that Kash has indeed procured us some fancy gravity fed beer from Gordon Biersch for tonight, we will also be trying some of the fest beers the Haus has on tap for anyone that missed the Oktoberfest last weekend.

    Come one come all, like most nights but especially tonight there will be too much beer for us to try. If you haven’t paid your dues please remember to tonight (50/year), for our casual friends, there is a paltry $5 tasting fee or you can bring a beer to share. We play it easy.

    Great Brooks on Beer article in today’s San Mateo Times about a Trappist Brewery here in California and their partnership with Sierra Nevada.

    Sam Adam’s announced this year’s Long Shot winners, go home brewers Rodney Kibzey, Richard Roper, and employee winner Caitlin DeClercq!

    Next month I will have a subscription to a home brew magazine to give away so all interested should definitely plan to be at the October meeting. See everyone tonight and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook; email is so yesterday. Plus it isn’t twitter which apparently forgot all about cross site scripts. Oops.