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Even as the popularity of craft beer grew exponentially in New York City over the past few years, there was, for many transplants and other people just generally in the know about this sort of thing, one big presence lacking on the shelves of better beer stores everywhere—that of craft beer giant New Belgium Brewing. As of last week, though, our long nightmare is over: the brewery has officially made their beers (some of...
Assuming you were lucky enough to spend at least a portion of this past holiday weekend drinking on someone’s roof or in their backyard, there’s a very good chance you also spent some time shopping for beer, whether at your local bodega, fancy grocery store, or bottle shop. And so there is also a good chance you saw for the first time a brand new offering from Sixpoint—a “cloudy” double IPA called Puff. Available in...
There is so much good beer being made in New York—and Brooklyn in particular—right now that it’s conceivable and perfectly reasonable that you’d never drink anything made elsewhere. You could easily enjoy way more than your fill of world-class IPAs, top-notch Saisons, and big, boozy stouts, not to mention some very good sours. But this week, it’s worth taking a look outside the local scene, about 225 miles south, to be exact, to Rehoboth...
Thanksgiving is the Voltron of national holidays, an awesomely almighty foodbeast with the head of a fat, greasy turkey and a bod most accurately described as "muscular mush," a firm physique somehow formed by the half-assed assemblage of mashed potatoes, creamed spinach, and many other traditional slop-plop sides. The half-assed assemblage, I should note, explains why these sides exist in a perpetual state of ooziness, oozing from every orifice of its festive composition. Huh? This...

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