Four Patriotic Brews for the Fourth

Tweet Happy Independence Day fellow Americans! This year at Bailey’s we’re doing a little something special to celebrate the Fourth. In honor of our independence from tyrannical British beer laws, we’re tapping two of the most unconventionally American ales we know of: Dogfish Head’s 2010 Red and White and 2010 Black and Blue. Red and White is […]

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Bailey’s Now Open 10.7% More Often!

Tweet Alright, let’s all say it together, in our best imitation Napoleon Dynamite whine: “Why aren’t you guys open more often? GOD!!” We were always of the opinion that we were open enough. Maybe not a lot, maybe not “often,” but enough. Then we busted out our calculators, our pen and paper, and our protractors […]

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Four Years

Tweet Today is our 4th birthday.  The big celebration is this Saturday, click here for details.  We’re celebrating a little today as well, come in for some discounted pints. Our big present we got for the bar is a new digital menu board. Not sure how many people remember this, but we attempted this when […]

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GermanFest: Questions Answered

Tweet Here are some commonly asked questions that should help you get the most out of this Saturday’s big event. Anyone who’s been to one of our fests before probably knows all this, but if this is your first fest, some of this information might come in handy. 1. What’s the difference between the pre-sale […]

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GermanFest: Final List and Details

Tweet Holy schnitzel! It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for: the complete list of beers available at this Saturday’s GermanFest! Alameda Roggenbier Bend Doppelbock Block 15 Berlinerweisse Block 15 Brewed by Beavers Rauchbier Breakside Kellerbier Cascade Gose Coalition Hefeweizen Flat Tail Berlinerweisse Heater Allen Bock Hopworks Helles Bock Laurelwood Alt Lompoc Roggenbier Oakshire Schwarz […]

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German Beer Styles Defined

Tweet Just when you think you’ve nailed down all the different variations of beer, the distinctions between strains of hops, malts and yeasts, and sampled the flavors that make each beer-making region of the world unique to every other, a style pops up that you’ve never heard before… but that’s been around for ages. That’s […]

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