Tag: beer

Hard Cider Rules

Hard Cider Rules

For those of us who love a cold drink at cookouts and the beach, but not necessarily beer, hard cider is a wonderful alternative. In fact, since my palate definitely prefers sweet rather than savory flavors, finding hard ciders has added a delicious compliment to burgers and BBQ’s this summer. Hard Cider was one of […]

| July 4, 2015
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Tam O’shanter-Los Angeles’ Oldest Restaurant

Tam O’shanter-Los Angeles’ Oldest Restaurant

Yes, that is the hard fact about this Scottish style pub/restaurant in Los Feliz that opened in 1922—although though there are a couple of others that may have opened at an earlier date, none have had this length of history at the same location. Why it has taken me so long to explore this slice […]

| August 30, 2013
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Living Social

Living Social

Located on 8th Avenue between 48th and 49th Street, Social Bar is a neighborhood Irish Pub that sparkles with a fun energy—a great hangout for locals and a destination for some serious bar grub. With a nice selection of local and micro brews and delicious specialty cocktails like the Coconut Mojito (Bacardi Coconut, fresh mint, […]

| August 13, 2013
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Red Robin introduces One-of-a-Kind Can-Crafted™ Cocktails

Red Robin introduces One-of-a-Kind Can-Crafted™ Cocktails

You may do a double take when you first set eyes on the all new Red Robin Can-Crafted Cocktails. Last month Red Robin introduced an innovative way to serve up beer and simultaneously launched two new exclusive beer cocktails served in a limited edition, reusable beer can.  If you enjoy Red Robin’s signature beer milkshakes, […]

| July 16, 2013
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Beer Can Chicken

Beer Can Chicken

Beer can chicken is something that everyone should try at least once. The steam from the brew flavors the meat and keeps it spectacularly moist. The can props the chicken upright, so it roasts evenly all around—and you get to drink some beer. Enough said! Ingredients: 1 can light lager 1 3 1/2 to 4 […]

| July 5, 2013
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The Beers of Summer

The Beers of Summer

The summer solstice has officially come and gone. Many of you are washing out your coolers and busy trying to decide on what to chill for a steamy BBQ, or simply a backyard hangout. The right choices for summer vary greatly from those appropriate for cold days. Here are a few suggestions that will awaken […]

| June 30, 2013
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NYC Craft Beer Festival

NYC Craft Beer Festival

On Saturday March 30th, the NYC Craft Beer Festival returns to the Lexington Avenue Armory (68 Lexington Ave.) in Manhattan. This awesome tasting event will showcase spring releases from 75 of America’s best Craft Breweries, featuring approximately 150 selections. Examples include Allagash Interlude, Firestone Walker Double Jack, Two Brothers Cain & Ebel, Goose Island Sofie […]

| March 22, 2013
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Bru Haus German Restaurant and Craft Beer Pub

Bru Haus German Restaurant and Craft Beer Pub

Bru Haus in West Los Angeles is not exactly a German themed restaurant, but more of a beer driven restaurant for the local party crowd—one that is focused on offering a German-inspired experience. This is manifested with traditional offerings such as sausages, sauerkraut and over 25 beers brewed in Germany, Belgium and the USA. We […]

| January 3, 2013
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SingleCut Beersmiths

SingleCut Beersmiths

SingleCut Beersmiths, First Microbrewery in Queens since Prohibition, Opens Saturday, December 8th SingleCut Beersmiths, a craft brewery in Astoria, Queens, will open its doors on Saturday, December 8th. Tastings and tours will begin at noon and continue until 6 pm. Construction has finally been completed on the 5,000 square foot space that now houses the […]

| December 8, 2012
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Delice De Bourgogne

Delice De Bourgogne

Daily Food and Wine is proud to introduce the Cheese Channel and Mike Sorrentino, our resident cheese expert. whose passion for cheese will soon become very apparent. In this installment of the cheese channel, Mike unlocks all of the mysteries of Delice De Bourgogne and assists us with ideal wine pairings. Enjoy!

| October 26, 2012
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