Weekly Pint: Tag - Whole Foods



Bottles and Bars


Who Gose There?

Lately gose (say, ‘ goze-uh ’), an old, nearly forgotten style of sour beer that hails from Leipzig, Germany, has been showing up in American tap rooms and bottleshops. Brewed with wheat and barley, scant hops, sea salt and coriander, gose is an incredibly food-friendly beer...

Bottles and Bars


Terra Birra

Recently, new evidence emerged that French winemaking traditions, rooted in the concept of terroir , might have originated in Italy . Italians can now toast this heady news with new homegrown beers exhibiting terroir , too. While beer production in Italy can be traced back nearly three...

Craft Brewers


Beer is (Good) Food

Craft beer is very much a part of the proverbial national dinner table, and while the prestigious James Beard Foundation hasn’t done very much to recognize American craft beer yet (or served it during their legendary annual bash, ahem!) recognition is growing day by day. Each year the San...

Bottles and Bars


Winter Warmers

Winter’s dark nights—and long, loud parties—are perfect occasions to celebrate the ancient tradition of winter seasonal beers, which tend to be bigger, stronger, spicier, and generally more boisterous than any other beers in the spectrum. There’s no one style; the...

Bottles and Bars


Reality Czeck

Like throwing on a classic album, it’s refreshing to return to the standbys like pilsner, especially on a hot late summer day. Clean, clear gold, and sometimes faintly sweet, with a bitter, drying finish, these crisp, hop-accented lagers were first brewed in the 1840s in Plzen, or Pilsen...

Travel


Seven Day Beer Bacchanals

Give a person a craft beer, they’ll drink for a day. Give them a craft beer week, they’ll drink well for life. Chances are, if you live in or near a major American city, there’s a beer week headed your way. The big reason? (Wait, do we really need more reasons to drink good...

Craft Brewers


Beers That Celebrate The Importance Of Place

The French word terroir —meaning the presence of discernible place based upon soil and climate in wine—is rarely applied to beer. Time to rethink it. True, beers’ ingredients can be obtained from afar, adjusted and stored at length, putting place in the corner when it comes...


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