by Stephen Beaumont Magazine Issue: U.S. Vol. 3.4 From the days when North Americans had to face that difficult decision in choosing between two beers — each marketed under a vast array of labels, natch — came the odd habit of drinking one type of beer year round. Didn’t matter whether it was […]
by Stephen Beaumont Magazine Issue: U.S. Vol. 5.1 Think back. Back to the sweltering, sunny days of July and August. Back to baseball games, nineteenth holes, barbecues, outdoor sex. Those were THE best beer-drinking times, weren’t they? Well, yes, but also no. When the days grow long and the sun heats […]
by Darryl Roberts Magazine Issue: U.S. Vol. 2.2 Have you ever wondered what type of beer goes well with oysters? Or if a stout will complement that cut of beef you’ve just taken off the grill? If you have, you’re not alone. Legions of food and beer lovers are finally coming to the realization […]
by Stephen Beaumont Magazine Issue: U.S. Vol. 4.3 For many a millennium, brewers have added myriad fruits, spices and assorted flavoring elements to their brews. It’s a practice that dates back to King Tut’s time, if not earlier, and has found us ingesting all sorts of curious, interesting and occasionally highly questionable ingredients. […]
by Stephen Beaumont Magazine Issue: U.S. Vol. 5.2 The grill’s hot. The burgers, chicken breasts and vegetable kebabs are sizzling. The chef, spatula in hand, stands at the ready. And on the table sits a glass of beer. Inevitably, there’s beer. Just as fall marks the march of cold-climate dwellers back to their […]
by Staff Magazine Issue: AUS/NZ Issue One Brewing in the shadow of the CUB breweries in Abbotsford, Victorian locals and beer enthusiasts Dave Bonighton and Cam Hines have taken a passion of what beer can be beyond a bitter ale and morphed it to their very own brewery and beer company, Mountain Goat. In October […]
by D.J. Blanca Magazine Issue: U.S. Vol. 5.5 Jordi Puxeu, Morlanda Miquel Salarich, Bodegas Valdubon With an encouraging number of 20-something winemakers, Spain’s wine industry is starting to adopt a younger outlook. Leading a trend that’s infusing new blood into the country are the wineries of the Heredad Collection, a group of boutique estates […]
by Stewart Dorman Magazine Issue: U.S. Vol. 3.1 VIOLET GRGICH MARITAL STATUS – Single AGE – 30-something Resides in Napa with her roses and hot tub FAVORITES: WINE – red zin MUSIC – a really good dance band, 17th-century italian vocal music, 16th-century Flemish sacred polyphony BAND – U2, The Dave Matthews Band, Tori Amos, Sarah McLachlan and […]
by Sophia Schweitzer Magazine Issue: U.S. Vol. 4.6 Let me roam twisting, narrow cobblestone streets, hillsides planted with ancient vines that know romantic Italian names I can never hope to pronounce. Give me a slice of crusty focaccia, some golden olive oil, a chunk of goat cheese from Piedmont and a bottle of a brave […]
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