My first experiences with 21st Amendment were taster cups at multiple beer festivals in Oregon. It definitely made an impression.
My first full pint of 21st Amendment was at their brewery in San Fransisco, a trip that pushed me to start this beer blog!
My first can of 21st Amendment was bought at the Fred Meyer on SE Hawthorne and SE Cesar Chavez (if it's in this FM, maybe it's at the one near your house). We got a 6-pack of the Bitter American and it was awesome!
My first can of 21st Amendment in a restaurant was at the Spenard Roadhouse in Anchorage. Happy St. Patty's Day, it went well with a glass of Knob Creek.
Let's pause a moment to talk about 21st Amendment using cans instead of bottles. The brewery's reasoning is simple, cans keep beer fresher and they're better for the environment. Living in Alaska, cans are awesome. First off, they are easy to bike and hike with (light and easy to open, plus the empties can be crushed to take up little space). Second, in Cordova, we don't recycle glass! Before Jonah and I jumped on the ferry to Cordova last month we stopped in the Brown Jug in Anchorage and stocked up on Bitter American, Brew Free or Die, and Black in Black. This is what our fridge looked like:
Did I mention that I love love love the Bitter American?
Cheers 21st Amendment!