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SB Looks For Alternatives During Drought

SB Looks For Alternatives During Drought

Lake Cachuma, a major source of water for Santa Barbara residents, has declined to 30 percent capacity this October due to prolonged drought conditions.…

Beer Lovers Converge at Pints for the Park, Drunken Happiness Ensues

Beer Lovers Converge at Pints for the Park, Drunken Happiness Ensues

While my wings were made of foam instead of feathers, and my halo my drunken glow, I wondered how this could be anything other than beer heaven...…

Pumpkin Shortage Incites Sorority Outrage

Pumpkin Shortage Incites Sorority Outrage

Due to a particularly warm and dry summer, many local farms are reporting lower-than-average pumpkin yields, creating a severe pumpkin shortage in the greater Santa Barbara County area and eliciting…

The SB Beer Fest: Prepare for Local Malt Annihilation

The SB Beer Fest: Prepare for Local Malt Annihilation

Have you ever spent at least 15 minutes in Keg & Bottle’s bomber aisle? Do you follow a brewery on Twitter? Have you ever uttered, “Wine? I’m more of a…

The Cultural Inebriation of Oktoberfest

The Cultural Inebriation of Oktoberfest

OTM takes on oktoberfestbier for the first time. Deeply colored like an especially frothy cup of black tea and an almost biscuit-like malt, one märzen is particularly smooth and poundable.…

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