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Pucker Up, Show LoverBeer’s BeerBera How You Really Feel

Sour beer fan? This Italian bottle is superb.
Oct 17, 2014 2:00 pm

When it comes to food and wine, Italy simply does not mess around, which I assumed and confirmed firsthand when I spent a summer in Treviso. Today, there are at least 500 small breweries in Italy, and at least a dozen brews are available stateside. My most exciting discovery: LoverBeer’s BeerBera, a wild ale brewed with grapes aged in oak barrels — a fitting tribute to the country’s prestigious winemaking traditions of old, combined with their impressive breweries of new.

Beer-Battered Scallion Fries Are The New Onion Rings!

Stop everything and start deep-frying scallions
Oct 14, 2014 2:00 pm

If you have the capacity to fry some stuff at home (and all you really need is a solid deep-bottomed pan), these scallion fries are well within reach. They're bite-sized, so you won't get a mouthful of just onion or crust like you can with onion rings, but they have that amazing onion flavor that you just can't impart into fries. 

10 Best Dublin Pubs To Soak Up Irish Culture

Irish capital is awash in Guinness and fiddle tunes
Oct 14, 2014 10:00 am

It would be extremely difficult to cross Ireland's capital city without passing a pub. Or, many of them, in fact. Dublin has around 1,000 neighborhood watering holes. You’ll find everything from old traditional pubs with live Irish music sessions to funky city cocktail bars to superpubs with different levels. Here, travel writer and Dubliner Yvonne Gordon lists her 10 top places to grab a pint in the heart of Guinness country.

SoCal's Stone Brewing Picks Virginia For New East Coast Home

Fresh Stone beer, now hopping to a fridge near you
Oct 10, 2014 2:30 pm

Stone Brewing Company has finally chosen Richmond, VA as its East Coast home. Construction of the $74 million brewery will start soon, with an estimated completion date of late 2015.  Stone’s famous World Bistro & Gardens, which has locations in Escondido and San Diego, will open at the new location soon thereafter. Stone isn’t the first to move East, but their new brewery could be the most important of them all. Here's why.

Bowl Of Awesome: Chili Fresco Mexicano Recipe

Beer-braised chicken chili to feed a hungry crowd
Oct 9, 2014 12:00 pm
chili fresco Mexicano
Photo: Paul Harrison

Chili, believe it or not, can spark some pretty heated debates. While some people are purists, the reality of chili is that it comes in many shades, varieties and names. Depending on where you live, it's going to be different. This recipe is not your standard on-top-of-cheese-fries fare, not that there's anything wrong with that. This is chili fresco Mexicano, and it is decidedly Mexican, spicy and delicious. I make it all the time.

 

Drink These 10 Pumpkin Beers To Celebrate Fall

Crucial intel on the pumpkin beers that matter
Oct 3, 2014 1:30 pm

Ready, set, drink pumpkin beer! It’s October, so you officially have our go-ahead to drink all the pumpkin beer you could ever want. But wait. Not just any pumpkin beers. Here are the 10 best on the market right now. 

6 Companies Are Selling 50% Of The World Beer Supply. Here's How.

A family tree of the world's major beer companies
Oct 2, 2014 12:30 pm

So you're out grilling, trying to preserve what's left of the nice weather this fall, and decide to crack open an ice cold beer. Did you ever stop to think where exactly it came from? The answer may actually be simpler than you think. According to Quartz, half of the world's supply of beer comes from a grand total of six brewing multinationals. A chart depicting the family trees of these six companies is surprisingly easy to follow.

Weekend Drinking Assignment: A Beer For The Woods

Celebrate Carhartt's 125th with a huge beer tour
Sep 26, 2014 2:00 pm

Michican-based Carhartt has a reputation for being rugged, durable, dependable and, in recent years, cool, partnering with A.P.C. and A Bathing Ape for streetwear collaborations. Clearly they know their excellent, dependable craft beer, too — what better way to throw a party than to partner with a renowned local brewery to make a special brew? Well, you can tour it around the country. 

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