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Old July 13th, 2012, 11:08 AM
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Lanesplitter Pizza is what they're called. We have 5 in the Berkeley Oakland Emeryille area east of San Francisco.

My wife went gf a couple years ago and it's crazy how many people I know are not eating gluten. I've spent the last several months playing around with the recipe and we finally came up with one we felt was good enough to sell. I haven't had any feedback except "best one I've ever had" so far from our customers! Now they all want gf beer too.

So I went to bevmo! And bought every type they had in a 12oz bottle. The Omission beers from Widmer up in portland were the best hands down. They make a lager and a pale ale. I think they use some enzyme that removes the gluten. The beers were fine. I used radeberger as a control for the pilsner. The two were pretty much indistinguishable.

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Old July 13th, 2012, 06:22 PM
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My fiance is gluten free, which pretty much makes me gluten free. The beer I've tried is SO bad that I couldn't finish a bottle. I tried the Tweason but it was pretty tough. I guess ciders are all gluten free.

What's the pizza place? Mellow Mushroom has one that's gluten free and my fiance wouldn't even eat it! I had to choke it down to keep from wasting food and money. ugh.
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Old July 13th, 2012, 09:11 PM
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I'll keep the GF as I can eat all the gluten I want. I was being supportive at the beginning and she was like "order a pizza, I don't care, doesn't bother me." Beer too. AND she never bitches that I'm surfing too much. keeper.

Daniel, that pizza looks really good! The mellow mushroom one has a pre-made crust and only comes in one size. My buddies own a couple of mellows so I tried to support them but I'll have to eat there alone. Don't think they have Mellow Mushrooms in CA yet but their pizza is amazing!
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Old October 12th, 2012, 10:57 PM
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So I went to bevmo! And bought every type they had in a 12oz bottle. The Omission beers from Widmer up in portland were the best hands down. They make a lager and a pale ale. I think they use some enzyme that removes the gluten. The beers were fine. I used radeberger as a control for the pilsner. The two were pretty much indistinguishable.
I spoke with the guys at The Growler Station tonight and they said people are coming to their place from PA just to pick up Omission Lager and Omission Pale Ale - sounds like a great choice for your restaurant!
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Old October 13th, 2012, 02:40 PM
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You know what a growler is in English?
Here's my version of a growler. I can fill it off any of the kegs at work. 10liters. I used to drag it around on the back of a motor cycle with a tiny 2.5# co2 cylinder. I actually crashed on the freeway once with that little torpedo in my messenger bag and got lucky it didn't explode I guess. Ah youth!

Anyway I love the concept of the Growler Station. How many beers do they have there? Growlers haven't really caught on here so much.

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Old October 13th, 2012, 04:22 PM
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I'm picturing Ronnie wearing a v-neck and lipstick - is this accurate?
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I'm a growler fan going way back. growler station is a great name; like a venus flytrap for men really.
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Anybody in Vermont? Looking for beer trade for heady topper, heard they don't distribute outside VT
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Anybody in Vermont? Looking for beer trade for heady topper, heard they don't distribute outside VT
Yeah screw VT. This beer is awesome.
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Anybody in Vermont? Looking for beer trade for heady topper, heard they don't distribute outside VT
Damn! Wish you would have seen my post in the Conclave thread. I was going to bring a few cases down but nobody was interested. I am happy to help you out. Email is Z.Griswold@gmail.com
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I picked up my two cases of heady topper a couple weeks back it is amazing. Not as smooth as Lawsons but very good.
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I got a lot of Pliny when I was out on the west coast, now I'm hooked on the topper! I'll email you ZG, thanks
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So is there a thread that has some good more readily available beers to try (or if anyone has an reccomendations), or atleast ones that are more obtainable in the NY/CT area? Im ready to branch out on certain occasions past the regular bud lights and Sam adams that i have grown accustomed to.
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Not sure what you get up there. Brooklyn, Bells, Founders, Lagunitas, Stone, Dogfish, Sierra Nevada, Victory would be the ones off the top of my head that are more widely avail. There are alot of breweries here in NC, but I dont know how many make it out of the state.
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So is there a thread that has some good more readily available beers to try (or if anyone has an reccomendations), or atleast ones that are more obtainable in the NY/CT area? Im ready to branch out on certain occasions past the regular bud lights and Sam adams that i have grown accustomed to.
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