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Beer-A-Day - Day 399 - Dogtown Duck IPA by Venice Duck Brewery

Dogtown Duck IPA by Venice Duck Brewery of Venice, CA. When there's a local option, have to go local. And since I made it to the airport earlier than I expected, and had time to kill without lounge access since it was a domestic flight, I popped in to Rock & Brews to try one of their local offerings. The server described this to me as a "malt-covered pinecone." Indeed, it's a very hoppy, green West Coast IPA.

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Beer-A-Day - Day 397 - Angel City IPA by Angel City Brewery

Angel City IPA by Angel City Brewery of Los Angeles. 6.1% ABV. An OK IPA from an LA Brewery. Malty and a little bitter. A bit wheaty. Not my favorite style of IPA, but they had it for sale here at the hotel after a long day driving back down to LA from Santa Rosa.

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Beer-A-Day Challenge - Day 395 - Black Gold by Central Waters Brewing Company

Black Gold by Central Waters Brewing Company of Amherst, WI. 11% ABV Imperial Stout. I had so many different beers at the share, but this one was at the top of the pack (after the Toppling Goliath SR-71, but I only had a tiny sip of that one. Black Gold was impressive. Oh my lord. Great aroma. Oak and vanilla. Dark dark flavors. Some dark black cherry noted. Hints of anise. If this wasn't a bottle share, I'd have gone for a second pour!

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Our Tasty Travels Beer of the Day. Day 395 - Cooperage Brewing Co and the Ratebeer Best Awards and Encomium #ottbeerdiary
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Wine Travel in Germany's Rhine and Mosel Valleys

One of my favorite regions to road trip through anywhere in the world! Wine travel in Germany's Mosel and Rhine river valleys is something for any bucket list!
Exploring wine travel in Germany: Road trip along the Mosel and Rhine Valleys
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If you're traveling to Ambergris Caye, Belize, check out the newest restaurant and our first martini house -- Finn and Martini. 

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Finn and Martini in San Pedro, Belize. The martini house and restaurant is the newest spot on Ambergris Caye.
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Beer-A-Day - Day 393 - Horchata Porter by Ensenada Brewing Co.

Horchata Porter by Ensenada Brewing Co. (Old Mission Brewery). Eating good Mexican food for dinner with Erin and her parents. We had these Mexican beers that Erin had picked up during her road trip. Dark and chocolate base Porter with lots of horchata spices (including cinnamon and vanilla). Quite a tasty beer, especially with a nice Mexican dinner.

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Our Tasty Travels Beer of the Day. Day 393 - Horchata Porter by Ensenada Brewing Co. (Old Mission Brewery) #ottbeerdiary
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Beer-A-Day - Day 398 - Beachwood BBQ and Brewery

A tasting flight with lunch at Beachwood BBQ and Brewery in Long Beach. Beachwood was just voted Best (Beer) Restaurant in California in this year's#ratebeerbest awards, so I had to pay a visit when I was around the corner for my Global Entry and APEC business traveler interview (Officially already approved today! Woo Hoo!) here I tried the Laurel IPA, FV9 Double IPA, Hops of Fury Triple IPA, and Beer Camp Across America Pilot Batch Stout collaboration. Excellent beers, and a very good pulled pork sandwich as well.

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Beer-A-Day - Day 396 - Mornin' Delight by Toppling Goliath Brewing

Mornin' Delight by Toppling Goliath Brewing of Decorah, IA. Pitch black color with a slight dark brown ring of head. Coffee aroma. Coffee and chocolate abound on the flavors. Slight anise notes. Wonderful! After trying a sip of SR-71 the previous night, and then starting off with this at the festival, it's very apparent why Toppling Goliath is named as one of the best breweries in the world.

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Our Tasty Travels Beer of the Day. Day 396 - Ratebeer Best Festival featuring Mornin' Delight by Toppling Goliath #ottbeerdiary
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Just received my friendly neighborhood Easter greeting from the US State Department:

The State Department alerts U.S. citizens to potential risks of travel to and throughout Europe following several terrorist attacks, including the March 22 attacks in Brussels claimed by ISIL. Terrorist groups continue to plan near-term attacks throughout Europe, targeting sporting events, tourist sites, restaurants, and transportation. This Travel Alert expires on June 20, 2016.

U.S. citizens should exercise vigilance when in public places or using mass transportation. Be aware of immediate surroundings and avoid crowded places. Exercise particular caution during religious holidays and at large festivals and events.

U. S. citizens should also:

- Follow the instructions of local authorities, especially in an emergency.
- Monitor media and local information sources and factor updated information into personal travel plans and activities.
- Be prepared for additional security screening and unexpected disruptions.
- Stay in touch with your family members and ensure they know how to reach you in the event of an emergency.
- Register in our Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP).

European governments continue to guard against terrorist attacks and conduct raids to disrupt plots. We work closely with our allies and will continue to share information with our European partners that will help identify and counter terrorist threats.

For the latest security information, U.S. citizens traveling abroad should regularly monitor the Department of State’s Internet website where the Worldwide Caution, Travel Warnings, and Travel Alerts can be found. Follow us on the Bureau of Consular Affairs page on Facebook, and download our free Smart Traveler App, available through iTunes or Google Play to have travel information at your fingertips.

All U.S. citizens are urged to enroll online at the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) via the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program website.

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A great new restaurant on Ambergris Caye in Belize. So good, even the Prime Minister of Belize has visited!
Finn and Martini in San Pedro, Belize. The martini house and restaurant is the newest spot on Ambergris Caye.
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Beer-a-Day - Day 394 - Visiting Russian River Brewing Company

21 beer sampler at Russian River Brewing Company. So many of these I've never tried before!

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Our Tasty Travels Beer of the Day. Day 394 - Visiting the tasting room of Russian River Brewing Company in Santa Rosa, California #ottbeerdiary
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Beer-A-Day - Day 392 - Alternate World by Kent Falls Brewing Company

Alternate World by Kent Falls Brewing Company. A 4.6% ABV Dry-Hopped Gose in a 16.9 FL OZ bottle. Sour, with some citrus and toasty wheat funk and a slightly salty finish. Made with their house brettanomyces strain and souring cultures.

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I am an expat and world traveler, currently based in the Netherlands, near Eindhoven, recently living in Taipei, Taiwan, but originally from the USA.  I work for a high-tech manufacturer in the semiconductor industry by day, but the rest of the time I explore my loves of travel, wine, beer and food.

I love flying, scuba diving, taking long road trips, staying in nice hotels, eating in nice restaurants, eating street food, and hanging out in bars / pubs.  I strive to find the highest point in any city to see the best view there is to see.

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I was born in Connecticut, and went to high school and college in Pennsylvania.  I spent a few years working for family and friends before deciding I was ready for corporate life and trying to find a job in industry.  It took me a while, and I had to move from Pennsylvania back to Connecticut, but I finally landed a temp position with a company in 1999...and am still there today!

I've been to 47 different countries, and have done multiple round-the-world trips, including some of the craziest itineraries you could imagine.  Now my travels are a little more sane, but I still love to take every opportunity to go to new places.

We run our blog, Our Tasty Travels, in which we showcase some of our favorite restaurants, foods, wines, beers and experiences from around the word.  Always open to try new places and new experiences, be it street food or three-star dining.

I've been a beer lover for years, always looking to try new beers.  The first thing I look at anywhere I go is the beer list.  If there's anything on the list I haven't tried before, I go for that before anything else they have on offer.  I've tried hundreds of beers, but have only just recently begun to chronicle these experiences.  I guess I need to go back and taste them all again?

I've been a lover of wine since my first visit to wine country, in Alsace, in December, 2008.  I was hooked for good after my first visit to Napa Valley in January, 2009.  I've since been to over 25 wineries in Napa Valley, and many more around the world, and love trying new varietals and new labels when possible.

I'm a certified PADI open water diver since 2010, and love taking every opportunity I can to dive in a new location, wherever in the world I am.  Would love to hone my photography skills, and learn enough to justify some serious underwater photography gear.  Right now we're on our second cheap underwater point-and-shoot, though this one is with a housing at least.  Let's see hour our 2011 vacation pics come out...

I also love movies.  Up through 2009, I had seen every movie in the IMDB top 250, and am trying to catch back up on some new entries to the list (which unfortunately, almost all seem to be unavailable on Netflix Streaming) :-(  I love all types of movies, and would love some good suggestions for movies that I may have missed that are worth seeing...
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I've travelled to 56 different countries, and still have half a million airline miles to use up!
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    Business, 2000 - 2003
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    Economics & Business, 1992 - 1996
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Had a great experience at Rough Draft. We tried a great line-up of beers, and really enjoyed seeing and hearing about their brewing process. I look forward to trying some of their one-off single-cask offerings on Thursdays.
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