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Cigar Lounge Culture

HRT 312

Andrew Paige

on 20 November 2012

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Cigar What is a Cigar Lounge? Legal Issues with Cigar Lounges Havana House Cigars Sources Who? California Law ... in Alhambra, CA A., P. (2006, July 19). Stogie Tip: Proper Cigar Etiquette. Retrieved November 17, 2012 from http://www.stogieguys.com/2006/07/stogie-tip-proper-cigar-etiquette.htmlJohansmeyer,

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(n.d.). List of smoking bans in the United States. Retrieved November 18, 2012 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_smoking_bans_in_the_United_States Lounge Culture What? When? Where? Cigar Lounge History Where it started & How it has grown Food Alcohol Cigar & Beer Pairings Cigar Etiquette -Make sure you are in an acceptable location to smoke -Cut your cigar with a cutter/scissors/punch -Light using wood matches or a torch -DON'T INHALE -Only ash occasionally -Put it down, don't crush it! Role of Beer in Cigar Lounges vs. Sierra Nevada Stout - Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. Final Thoughts -The cigar lounge culture was a new experience, but also a welcomed one -Staff was extremely knowledgeable about the quality of the cigars and were able to easily answer every question we had about the culture -Although we never had cigars with good beer before this project, we definitely would enjoy doing it again in the near future Style: Stout ABV: 5.8% Visual: Dark brown, two finger thick tan head with solid retention and decent lacing Aroma: Charred black malt, smoky/burnt/bitter, somewhat earthy, with some coffee and chocolate Taste: Dark roasted malt, dark chocolate, and some caramel Mouth: Medium bodied feel and slightly creamy. No astringency of roasted malts or heavy carbonation. Moderately carbonated Amber & Medium-bodied Ales Scotch Ales, Porters, & Stouts India Pale Ales (IPA) Image: Andrew Paige Images: Andrew Paige Images: Andrew Paige Image: vicevista.com Image: witmannyc.com Image: http://strictbeeritarian.blogspot.com
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