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Sunday, May 14, 2006

Big Shag Big Stout - Sea Ranch

Matt and Zach toast the now fully matured flavor of Big Shag Big Stout.

This entry back posted from an edited contemporaneous e-mail to friends and family:
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Subject: Big Shag Big Stout - Number 9 of 12

Date: Mon, 15 May 2006 17:59:00 -0800

From: MW

Continuing the chronicle of the best documented 12-Pack of beer in the history of the world. Number 9 of 12 was consumed on Saturday May 13, 2006 at Zach's Sea Ranch home in northern California. It was enjoyed by Zach, Matt and myself over dinner.

A dinner fit for a stout of this stoutitude.

On the menu - Sautéed Abalone steaks taken from the ocean the very same morning and prepared using "Lou's North Beach Recipe", served with white wine, parsley, garlic sauce. Served with rice, asparagas, and a freshly picked artichoke from Zach's garden.

The stout, like me, only gets better with age.

Thus endeth my allocation of BSBS. - mw

[NOTE: I have not fully audited the final count of the beer, but am using the established system of numbering the bottles chronologically as they are consumed.I believe there are now three remaining. One in the possession of Matt Rea and two in a hidden recess of the well pump at Shag Lake]


Post Script: In retrospect, I believe my count on the BSBS bottles was in error. the post will be updated with an accurate countdown once the audit is complete.

Post Script 2: As suspected, the original e-mail had a wildly inaccurate count. I am not sure what I was thinking - apparently I was counting backward from what I guessed was left over.

The corrected count...

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