steam beer

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steam beer

n.
A highly effervescent beer originally brewed in the western United States.
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But the random selector technique struck gold this week, which is a perfect metaphor for a beer type called California Common.
In the merger each share of Commercial Bank of California common stock will be exchanged for a number of shares of NCAL Bancorp common stock having an aggregate adjusted book value per share equal to the adjusted book value per share of a share of Commercial Bank of California common stock, determined as of the end of the month preceding the month in which the closing occurs.
The suit alleges that Chiquita s false claims to its customers violate the California Consumer Legal Remedies Act, the California Unfair Competition Law and California Common Law in relation to fraud and unjust enrichment.
Florian's Brewery currently distributes California Common & Flashover IPA in 6-packs, 22-ounce bottles, 1/6 barrel kegs & 1/2 barrel kegs.
The new small-batch beer is described by the company "as a California Common, or Steam Beer," but at 9% ABV it classifies as an "imperial" version.
pdf) How Stockton Went Bust ," an analysis prepared by California Common Sense (CCS), a nonpartisan, nonprofit group advocating financial transparency.
In this document the authors have quoted standards pulled from several sources including California State Standards (1999) (CSS), the California Common Core Standards for Mathematics (CCCSM), Statement on Competencies in Mathematics Expected of Entering College Students, and the National Common Core Standards for Mathematics (CCSM).
California Common Cause director Kathay Feng leads the charge on Prop.
With great fanfare, he appointed a Blue Ribbon Committee, chaired by Geoffrey Cowan of California Common Cause.
Proposition 89 was put on the ballot by the California Nurses Association and is supported by Treasurer Phil Angelides, the Democratic nominee for governor, California Common Cause and the League of Women Voters.
Like Lay, the Sacramento lobbyist who knitted together a Web site to track recall money, California Common Cause set up a Web site allowing the public to conduct more detailed searches.
Under both California common law and statute (California Evidence Code [section][section] 1521, 1523), the content of a document is to be proved by introduction of the original document itself into evidence.
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