Scenes from a Mountain View Beer Walk

Yesterday’s Mountain View Beer Walk is in the books.  For those who don’t know what a “Beer Walk” is, it involves getting a taster glass and walking around a downtown to different stores and sampling beer from different breweries at each stop.   Part of the fun is discovering what beer is pouring at each store and its fun to stand around sipping beer in a place like a bookstore, boutique or hair salon.

The Mountain View Beer Walk was a 25th Anniversary Celebration of Mountain View’s Tied House Brewpub of sorts.  It also served as an introduction to the general public of Santa Clara Valley Brewing initial release of Electric Tower IPA.  Of course, plenty of other great breweries like Strike, Hermitage, New Belgium, Goose Island, Santa Cruz Ale Works, Fault Line, Anchor, Heretic, Almanac, Lagunitas, Firestone-Walker, Gordon-Biersch, Ninkasi, Hanger 24, Speakeasy, and Sierra Nevada participated.

Another great job by The Beer Walk folks.  All the Beer Walk staff in their bright orange shirts were all friendly and helpful and the event was well organized.  I’ll leave you with a few pictures of yesterday’s event.

 

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Writing about beer from the California's Silicon Valley.

One thought on “Scenes from a Mountain View Beer Walk”

  1. Hey that me with the mohawk in the last photo! that was a great event, i will be attending the willow glen walk later this month and am definetly looking forward to it!

    Cheers,

    Bob

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