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  • The New York Times on Weizeneisbock...October 30, 2012

    "The beer, 10 percent alcohol, has a toasty, malty flavor perfumed with bananas and cloves, so typical of German wheat beers." Click here to see the entire article.

  • Brooks on Beer: Jay Brooks talks about Gordon Biersch's Imperial Pilsner Brau...June 19, 2012

    "Others have made an imperial pilsner.....but Gordon's new IPB puts its own stamp on the burgeoning style, a twist on a twist. .... The result is an exquisite unfiltered beer, thick and rich, and bursting with big hop flavor, which actually increases as the beer warms." Click here to see the entire article.

  • Gordon Biersch Imperial Pilsner Brau gets a nod Ian Chessman from San Diego City Beat...June 18, 2012

    "The IPB produces a frothy honeycomb of a head that leaves chunky lacing around the glass. " Click here to see the entire article.

  • Gordon Biersch gets a mention in a beer recipe article in Sunset Magazine...October 2011 Issue

    "Chicken, Quinoa, and Green-Olive Stew paired with Gordon Biersch Blonde Bock. " Click here to see the entire recipe.

  • Gordon Biersch gets a mention in this article...Sacramento Bee, April 22, 2011

    "The Silicon Valley group's president, Carl Guardino, gave him a box of Wheaties and a 12-pack of Gordon Biersch beer, a local brew. "Read more:

  • Gordon Biersch Kicks Off 20th Anniversary with Week-Long Bay Area Celebration...Los Angeles Times, July 12th 2008

    "Local events culminate with July 12th benefit featuring rock legend Gregg Rolie San Jose, Calif. (June 25, 2008) – Gordon Biersch is celebrating its 20th Anniversary this summer by throwing a week of parties for its fans. Bay Area activities start July 6th with a brewers dinner hosted by co-founder Dan Gordon at the Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant in San Francisco, followed by an 80s style anniversary party at the same location July 7th. Similar events will be held at the Palo Alto and San Jose brewery restaurant locations culminating with a music, Saturday, July 12th and benefiting the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). Founded in 1988 by Dan Gordon and Dean Biersch, the company opened the first Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant in Palo Alto with the goal of producing the most authentic German-style lagers outside of Germany at a time when craft brewing was just getting started. Gordon Biersch soon became a pioneer in introducing the brewery restaurant concept and producing award-winning lagers and distinguished foods, including its now-famous Gordon Biersch Garlic Fries™."