He still gets recognized. At the bar or at festivals, fans of a certain age will walk up to Pete Slosberg, almost in awe. They remember his face on advertisements for Wicked Ale, the beer from his discontinued brewery that bore his name for so many years. They have stories of drinking his beer, good... View Article
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John Holl March 4, 2016 - John Holl
Acitelli on History - Blogs - Web Only December 10, 2014 - Tom Acitelli
The mad men from the ad agency told Pete Slosberg, co-owner and public face of Pete’s Brewing Co., to sit down one breezy day at a red-draped table set up on a sidewalk in downtown San Francisco and stick a radio piece in his ear. Slosberg obliged. Above him and the table a sign read,... View Article
Full Pints - Stylistically Speaking May 1, 2003 - K. Florian Klemp
England’s individual beer styles are a result of the golden age of English brewing, the 18th and 19th centuries. Brown ales sit right in the middle. They are unassuming, working-class brews. Imminently drinkable, rich with classic English character, and midway between pale ales and porters, brown ales are ready and able to slake any thirst.