Discover how the iconic Irish Guinness beer is celebrating 200 years of being in the USA and a recipe for Ashford Castle soda bread.
These slow cooker brats simmer low and slow for hours in a beer broth with onions and peppers. A great game day meal or cozy fall dinner.
Dare we say it is never too hot in the kitchen to avoid making brownies? Check out these stout beer brownies with a seriously decedent Irish cream ganache.
It’s here. The best watermelon beer ever. That may sound extreme, but Founders Green Zebra, a watermelon gose, is the perfect crisp, sour, fruity brew.
Get your brew on with these 13 favorite breweries in Los Angeles. Cheers!
In this delightful, fresh and light Raspberry Vodka & Beer Cocktail, raspberries accompany light beer and Raspberry Vodka for a refreshing spring or summer drink that is fabulous for summer!
This Cinco de Mayo, rethink the Michelada drink and add some more kick with Sriracha to create the Sriracha-Lada.
Get your paper and pen out bakers and beer-heads (the folks who live for micro-brews and shudder at the thought shot-gunning a Miller Light), we’ve got some invaluable advice coming your way courtesy of Jackie Dodd (aka The Beeroness).
Grilling season is here! Check out these tips to making the perfect Dijon coleslaw paired with grilled beer brats.
This chili is packed with healthy fiber and protein to keep you filled up for hours.
This Stout Beer Chili is rich and hearty, with a touch of sweetness. With stout…
Check out this guide to pairing jerky types and flavors with favorite beer styles. Then, match up your own pairings for a perfect game day spread or simple afternoon of culinary conversation and snacking.
Put some pizazz into that velvety eggnog this season.
It’s the season for german beers, beer brined pork chops, and making schnitzel.
If you’re thinking of opening a brewery, want a quick look behind the scenes, or just want to be inspired, this short student documentary is worth a watch.
Beer and football season go hand in hand, but you don’t have to settle for a six-pack. Beer cocktail recipes have something for everyone—and will keep you buzzing through fall.
An apple and pumpkin beer cocktail is garnished with a cinnamon stick and a few cranberries for a perfect fall drink that is beautiful on a holiday table.
It’s thirsty Thursday and here is a funtastic article…How to make a pumpkin keg.
Honest Cooking tests out brewing in a small New York City kitchen and creates a Bikini Beer perfect for all seasons.
These Root Beer Float Popsicles taste just like the classic drink, but in frozen form! Filled with sweet root beer and creamy vanilla ice cream, these popsicles are the perfect treat to beat the heat!
Nestled along Finger Lakes in central New York, Black Sheep Inn is a culinary getaway you want to treat yourself to. From artisinal cheeses, craft beers, and award-winning vineyards, to meeting local purveyors and learning where your food comes from, take a drive and feast on the autumn bounty.
Pimm’s Cup is the perfect summer drink. It’s refreshing and filled with lots of bright, summery odds and ends that add textural depth and a lovely fragrance—especially if you go for mint varieties like apple mint.
Hut hut one, hut hut two. Try these drinks for game time, woo! Celebrate your favorite football teams with these simple, tailgate-able cocktails.
This tart beer is a key lime pie in liquid form, complete with notes of a graham cracker crust. We aren’t sure how they did it, but it is perfect for summer.
Delightfully fresh and light, raspberries accompany a light beer and some vodka for a refreshing cocktail that is fabulous for summer.
Rather than being fermented, this version of ginger beer is more of a simple soda, but is just as delicious and very easy to make.
Blended limes, skins and all, bring out the flavor wonderfully in a nice cold cerveza.
This semi-sweet and tangy pineapple shrub pairs perfectly with a hoppy IPA!
Grab a rich chocolate stout, add raspberry liqueur and some ice, and you are set with a cool, boozy beer cocktail perfect for a hot day.
Sweet smelling, but surprisingly dry tasting, Scurry is the perfect breakfast or bunch beer. Because we all need one.
A Michelada meets Bloody Mary in this Bloody Mary beer cocktail garnished with an antipasto…
Light, fizzy Corona and earthy whiskey flavor combinations make this beer cocktail alarmingly easy to drink.
Beer devotees, this one’s for you. Whether you tend towards a heavy stout or a lighter lager, these brew-centric recipes are sure to be favorites.
Served in a bright, lemony beer and herb broth, these mussels are simple, but so delicious. Enjoy with a crusty bread and garlic-lemon aioli to soak up the rich liquid.
Bill Reed and Sam Nahid of Brooklyn’s Humboldt + Jackson give their favorite beer and cheese pairings complete with helpful tips
A little sweet, a little spicy, this versatile rhubarb chutney is perfect with grilled meats or as an appetizer spread with goat cheese.
From large breweries to micro-breweries, or small brew-pubs with awesome food, you could spend an…
We all love a margarita on Cinco de Mayo, but why not think beer this year? Try a few and taste why Mexico is the top beer exporter in the world.
Try this pizza loaded with crispy brussels sprouts, a cheesy mix of mozzarella and feta, and a final topping of sweet and savory beer caramelized onions with a drizzle of balsamic.
This beer and strawberry cocktail falls somewhere in between a proper mimosa and a beer cocktail on the fanciness scale and is perfect for a relaxed spring drink.
Use your favorite pizza dough recipe to make perfectly chewy, soft pretzels dunked into a tangy beer cheese.
Try this refreshing Finnish-style sahti beer with notes of juniper.
An American amber ale without strange flavors, ingredients, or funky notes to surprise you, but it is simply delicious and easily drinkable with many foods.
Crush your ice and grab yourself a nice ginger beer, it is time to make a Moscow Mule. Learn the tips to making the cocktail.
Spruce up your favorite spring cocktail with a simple lager beer. Learn how!
A milkshake that is reminiscent of a beer float, but with maple and bacon flavors to make it appropriate for dessert or maybe even brunch on a warm day.
On April 7th, be sure to celebrate National Beer Day. To get you in the spirit, here are unique or forgotten beer styles that are must-try’s.
Pickled cherries, Belgian beer, and bitters makes a refreshing summer glass perfect to celebrate the end of the fruit’s season.
Check out these favorite stops for beer lovers, including the best hotels to stay at after a fun day of hoppy sips.
Some might consider beer itself to be the ultimate treat, but here are creative ways to combine the best of beer and your favorite desserts.
The Clare Valley of Australia if home to passionate winemakers and brewers that are coming together to create a vibrant beverage community.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming is a perfect spot for a breath of fresh air. After a day of adventuring, there are few things we love more than a good drink with fine food to match. Check out favorite watering holes in Jackson, there’s something for everyone.
Get the best of both worlds with this red hot cinnamon ice cream embraced in a root beer float.
Also know as a flip, this cocktail froths an egg white with alcoholic root beer and rye whiskey.
Everyone loves a good ham. Spanish jamón ibérico is sure to kick it up a notch this season. Check out the benefits of a unique delicacy.
The classics of food are back in style and that goes for beer too. West Sweden’s craft brewery Qvänum Mat & Malt brewing traditional recipes using organic grains and favorite local flavors.
Similar to beer bread, this crisp crusted hard cider bread has great tangy apple flavor. Slather with maple butter and serve with a bowl of chili.
A great nature-focused destination year round, check out our specific fall tips for New Hampshire complete with food and drink.
When chefs travel, it is never for pure pleasure. Each time they embark to a new world with foreign cuisine they are absorbing and devouring as much as they can in the name of research and development. Braden and Yasmin Wages, chef-owners of Malai Kitchen, traveled to Bangkok and beyond for some R&D.
What could be a more perfect meal after a long hike up Mount Abraham than a plate of barbecued pork with collards and grits at Prohibition Pig in Waterbury?