Today's drinkers become more educated by the day, and the breadth of choices available to them has never been so extensive. This is great for beer lovers (and beneficial on the supply side as well), as
Some of Germany's finest. [Photographs: Mike Reis] Yesterday, my dear, sweet, 95-year-old grandma asked me if the Germans still make the best beer in the world. That should give you a pretty good idea
Alabama IPA Good People Brewing's IPA is rich and malty, with a bitter cut of hops. (They use the whole shebang: Columbus, Willamette, Cascade, Simcoe, and Citra.) It's a rich, caramelly beer with an core
As the craft beer industry has reached new levels of popularity, the publishing industry has pumped out a seemingly endless supply of books about beer. From regional guides and cookbooks to histories profiles
Liverpool,Food and drink,Bars and clubs,England,United Kingdom,Top 10s,Travel,Food & drink,Pubs,Life and style Liverpool likes to party late, particularly in the run-up to Christmas but where in the city
Turkey and Brussels sprouts are a natural pair that should be brought out more than once a year. In this recipe, we combine them with gooey melted cheese and pickled jalapeños in a light and crispy quesadilla.
[Photograph: Courtesy Penrose Brewing Company] A lot of beer fanatics have bucket lists: beers they'd trek a thousand (or more) miles for, beer releases that merit camping out overnight, beers they wrap
Your complete guide to making drinks at home. [Photos: Vicky Wasik] So it's booze o'clock on a Friday, and you're ready for a drink, but you're new to the mixing game and you're not quite sure how to started.
Newfoundland food is on the rise. [Photo: Shutterstock] For centuries, Newfoundland's cuisine was borne of necessity and scarcity—for the most part, people ate what they could grow or catch themselves.
Drink them apples. [Photographs: Elana Lepkowski] In New England when I was growing up, apple orchards were everywhere, and fall meant apple picking and fresh cider and chubby pumpkins and hay rides through
It’s not easy to make your own beer. It’s also hard to brew a good batch of beer, and even harder to duplicate that batch for future consumption. And simplifying the process so that it’s as effortless
These are the dog days of summer. August is upon us, and here in New York that means sweat-soaked crosstown blocks and sweltering subway stations straight out of Dali's La Persistencia de Memoria. But
Bongos and other spots to enjoy outdoor dining in Seattle, WA. [Photographs: Naomi Tomky] When it's nice out, Seattle is the most beautiful place in the world. Summer might not start until July 5 (in to
[Photograph: Eric Wolfinger] This pasta from Debi Mazar and Gabriele Corcos' new cookbook, Extra Virgin: Recipes and Love From Our Tuscan Kitchen, has their trademark stamp: rustic, accessible, affordable,
Spring break, but with good beer. [Photograph: Matthew 'Fuj' Scher] Beer has long had a place as companion to travel—a beer on a beach or poolside to kick back, a sixpack around a campfire—but for many
Glasgow holidays,Scotland holidays,United Kingdom holidays,Travel,Bars and clubs,Beer,Life and style,Food & drink,Food and drink,Top 10s Preparing for the Commonwealth Games in the only way he knows how,
[Photograph: Courtesy of Zane Caplansky] Since opening on the second floor of Little Italy's Monarch Tavern in 2008, Caplansky's Deli has almost singlehandedly revived Toronto's Jewish deli scene, largely
How to find the best beer to pair with a range of Mexican dishes. [Photo: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt] I know what you're thinking. "Here's how to pair beer with Mexican food: insert lime into Pacifico. Drink."