Thursday, February 26, 2009

Call me a liar

I know I've been promising a keg of the Belgium Farhouse Ale "Saison Dupont" since the end of January and the moment has finally arrived... for you to call me a liar.

That's right! I have been unsuccessful at getting even one single keg from my distributor. So you can call me a liar.

But wait! If you come into Kebaba during the next week to ten days and call your server a liar, they'll give you $1 off your first beer of the current rotating tap. Which is a fine beer indeed and probably not yet been sampled by any of you.

Cascade Brewing has produced a very fine Tripel that has impressed me and so many others that have tried it recently/ Thanks again to Patty O for bringing this our way. Sorry I can't load the imagery they sent to me (it's cool) and this beer does not appear on their website (it's that cool too). But here's the stats.

"Rich malty ale brewed with an Abbey yeast. Oak aging on Perled hops brings a candied aroma." 8.5% alc/ 16.2 IBU

Take advantage of this once in a lifetime chance to get rewarded for calling someone a liar. Because when this keg is gone, your only reward for calling us a liar will be a swift punch in the arm.

Hope to see you soon.

Monday, February 9, 2009

A little press always feels good

Kebaba got a little press from the Bend Bulletin on the cover of Sunday's business section, regarding our effort at alternative/ guerilla sources of advertising. Generally when I'm interviewed for these kinds of things I usually end up sounding like a complete moron. Well, at least a little bit of a moron, but either I'm getting better at it or this reporter is good. Let's just say it was a combination of both. I would like to thank Kimberly for focusing on Kebaba and mentioning Twitter and the Kebaba Blog in the article. Also I'd like to thank her for relating our internet presence with our desire to develop closer ties with our customers. Not to make this sound too much like an acceptance speech, last but not least, I'd like to thank Cassondra at tbd advertising, for without her none of this would have ever happened. All in all, I'm pretty happy with the article and grateful for the exposure.