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Hot tables: September/October 2012

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Salumeria/Chantelle Grady

The best seats in beer this fall.

1. The sunny, mod-sparse courtyard at San Francisco’s brand-new artisan meat/cheese shop Salumeria. When you order, look behind the counter for a craft bottle to pair with the house-cured-prosciutto sandwich.

2. On a stool facing the constantly rewritten chalkboard menu at Real, a sleek Honolulu gastropub from a former Whole Foods beer specialist who rotates more than 250 beers daily. Duck fat corndogs and Mikkeller pints? Paradise, indeed.

3. Beside an open garage-door window at Barleymash in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, noshing on a Barley Pie (flatbread pizza with beer in the dough) and sipping from 30 craft taps.

4. Feeding a meat craving at Biercamp Artisan Sausage & Jerky in Ann Arbor, Mich., with a 12-hour-smoked brisket sandwich…and lamb sausage…and turkey jerky. Bonus: Homebrewers can score some of the homegrown hops flourishing out front.

5. At the bar at Centro Latin Kitchen in Boulder, Colo., where the first drops of chef Ian Clark’s pet-project nanobrewery, BRU Handbuilt Ales, are pouring. Obitus, a brown ale brewed with dates, is a must-drink.

6. Hunkered down with a slice of house-baked Black Forest cake and a pint of Höss Neuschwansteiner at one of Landbrot Bakery’s two Manhattan locations.



Could You Be a Beer Judge?

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a beer judge? I mean, how cool does it sound to drink beer all day, chat about it and fill out a short form? Seems pretty easy and fun, right? Well, being a beer judge isn’t really as simple as all of that. Read-on and I’ll tell you all about what its like to be a beer judge for a day.

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The Haunted Brewery Tour

Just in time for the season, Cincinnati’s own Brewery District has teamed up with Cincinnati Landmark Productions, Cincinnati Escape Room and Christian Moerlein to put on a production that combines history with mystery and an interactive puzzle that you’ll need to solve.

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