This week on Tolbert’s beer review Tom’s hands go rouge, there are glow sticks, and of course we have beer.
This week we put the Alvarado Street Salad Bowl in front of Tom to try, and low and behold, he loved it. It’s a Yeast Driven IPA with 7% ABV.
We’re all for the NorCal – SoCal debate, but San Diego may be the most pleasant place in our great state of California.
Tom knows you noticed the Olympia Beer shirt he’s wearing while reviewing craft beer, that doesn’t mean he drinks the stuff.
Our fearless, beer-tasting leader Tom Tolbert said he used to play basketball against a Mike Hess from Southern California. We’re not sure if it’s the same person, but if it is Tom said his high school team didn’t fare to well against Hess’s.
You’ve stumbled upon what the staff in KNBR’s digital department thinks might be Tom Tolbert’s longest–and most entertaining–beer review yet.
The one thing that Tom Tolbert hates more than coffee is board meetings. Unfortunately for Tom, this week’s beer is a coffee brown ale named Board Meeting.
For the second year Alvarado Street Brewery in Monterey and Moonraker in Auburn have combined to create the Moonraker Double IPA.
The dog days are not over, and that means it’s time to crack into something light, tasty, and sessionable. A porch-pounder, if you will.