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Check back here weekly for news, events, and information about special releases from your favorite local breweries. Called the Taploid, it will contain some key stories from this column, as well as other, more nationally-spanning industry news. A post shared by Speakeasy Ales & Lagers (@speakeasybeer) on Drake's is holding a hazy IPA fest called Hazy Daze of Winter at their main San Leandro brewery Saturday, December 2, featuring a stupid stacked lineup of participating California breweries.

To sign up, head here, enter your email at the top, and check the box marked "Taploid." After months of keeping their Hunter's Point taproom shuttered, Speakeasy Ales & Lagers is set to open the doors again on December 15. Special Christmas Mulled Spice Firkin for the tap room opening. IPA powerhouses present include Alvarado Street, Beachwood, Cellarmaker, Green Cheek, and Moonraker, among others.

Every Wednesday morning, SFGATE finds the biggest headlines in local (and sometimes national) beer.It's a condensed version.'" Another reason for the pay cut is to fit the bill for booking talent to join the show.(Fun fact: Chen's lawyer is also her husband's brother, Jon Moonves.) Which stars are ready to align?When news of the show's celebrity edition was first announced, many speculated that it would be difficult for the series to book talent.Says Grodner, "There's no privacy and that's going to be a hurdle in getting a celebrity onboard." Adds Chen of the casting challenges, "We're being realistic.

Every Wednesday morning, SFGATE finds the biggest headlines in local (and sometimes national) beer.It's a condensed version.'" Another reason for the pay cut is to fit the bill for booking talent to join the show.(Fun fact: Chen's lawyer is also her husband's brother, Jon Moonves.) Which stars are ready to align?When news of the show's celebrity edition was first announced, many speculated that it would be difficult for the series to book talent.Says Grodner, "There's no privacy and that's going to be a hurdle in getting a celebrity onboard." Adds Chen of the casting challenges, "We're being realistic.It's not going to be all Oscar winners." Adding that they'll look at the model that has worked for other celebrity-driven shows, she notes, "Whoever casts does an amazing job.