Adam Plachta
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Beer columnist enjoys his final exbeerience

The final exbeerience with Mr. Adam Plachta.

Go rogue with Rogue Brewery’s unique beers

Howdy ho, Cal Poly. I hope this fine Thursday morning/afternoon/evening/night is treating you all well. I’m sure it is. Just a couple more weeks of that whole school deal. Got those final exams and papers coming up.

Firestone Walker Brewery provides a variety of tastes

Once upon a time, there was a little boy. This little boy had big dreams. Dreams of exploration, fame, fortune — being a columnist who talks about different kinds of beers and exbeeriences.

Northern California brewery stresses balance

This week’s beers come from a brewpub up in Fairfield called Blue Frog Grog & Grill.

St. Peter’s brewery sticks to tradition

Today’s beers hail all the way from Suffolk, England! That’s right, I’m studying abroad this week. Well not really, but just go with it.

Stone Brew packs a powerful punch

Mustang Daily beer columnist gets Stone.

Ancient brews are not outdated

Today’s beer samplings are from a brewery located in Germany, from the “oldest brewery in the world.”

Local breweries provide unique samplings

I wish I could have been more studious during the three-day weekend. Instead, I spent my Martin Luther King, Jr. Day working hard for you, sampling various beers.

Pilsner: the thirst quencher that won’t get you too tipsy

“Oooh ninety-nine bottles of beer on the wall, ninety-nine bottles of beer! Take one down, pass it around, ninety-eight bottles of beer on the wall!”

Celebrate the new year with a pint of Celebration Ale

I have resolved to try at least one new beer every week of the quarter and then share my experiences with you, the reader of this article. Sounds awesome, right?