Virginia is better known for its wine than for its beer, but that is quickly changing.
So let’s talk about this soup. It’s got beer, it’s got cheese, and it’s got buttery roasted rutabagas and parsnips.
These bite-sized pieces would go well with beer, and are super cute to serve when friends come over.
This Saint Patricks Day bread recipe is faster than hopping on your bike and driving to a store.
A small batch of Westvleteren XII, the legendary Belgian Trappist beer, was recently released for online sale in Sweden. Chaos ensumed.
If you’re a beef eater, then you really must give this beef sandwich recipe a try.
Beer geek Joakim Bergman talks about his favorite place to go for a brew in Stockholm. The classic Loch Ness Tavern.
A great looking and nicely flavored dark beer bread recipe from Tamara Novacoviç.
Your morning buns and brew get an autumn update with this season’s favorite flavor.
What is it about eating food outside that just makes it taste more vibrant and memorable?
Wine and beer. Some drink both without much preference, but many prefer one over the other, like a never ending Cold War.
Cherry pie gets an update with the fruit’s sour counterpart, perfected for summer with a cold wheat ale.
As the temperature is rising, you’ll need to reserve one hand for a sweet cup of this homemade ice cream, and the other for a brisk brew.
On Memorial Day weekend, the 5 Boro PicNYC festival took place on Governor’s island for a full two days of treats, chefs and drinks.
Although some beer purist maintain that mixing a beer with anything other than a cold glass is sheer blasphemy, the trend is catching on.
Sweetened, dried currants are blanketed with a flaky pastry in this traditional family recipe, paired with its perfect carbonated counterpart.
Jerri Green with a wonderful vegetarian dish for your Cinco de Mayo celebration, or any other festivity.
Jerri Green with a deliciously crispy and comforting beer batter fish fry.
Give in to the Art of Darkness and experience the sinister side of a classic dessert.
A crumbly and spicy, honey-soaked biscuit finds satisfaction with a home-brewed Oatmeal ESB.
A deliciously spicy and tangy dish – the perfect beer snack from India.
Tiger Beer was the first locally brewed beer in Singapore. To this day, it still rules the night.
Suzie Castello with an Irish inspired Brazilian bread. Or is it the other way around?
Bandy Baca has a first taste of the limited edition Newcastle Founder’s Ale.
The art of matching beer and food has gone way beyond light lagers and spicy dishes.
After a day of ice skating on the canals of Holland, Simone Van Den Berg serves up a warming quiche.
In the past few years, American Craft Breweries have elevated the idea of beer onto a level playing field with fine wines.
Combining two awesome things isn’t always a recipe for success. But here, it definitely is.
Stone Brewing Co. just released their 2011 version of the Double Bastard Ale.
As a nod to the German October Fest, here’s a fun beer take on the classic dessert.
Tamara Novacoviç reports from the annual traditional beer fest in Karlovac, Croatia.
Steen Hanssen pops open a treasure chest six pack of delicious northern German beers.
Beer and meat. If you’re a carnivore, chances are this combination sounds like heaven to you. The Cannibal NYC opens its doors tonight.
Steen Hanssen takes us to his Biergarten favorites in a rain drenched Berlin.
A Michelada is a Mexican ice cold mixed beer cocktail, resembling a bloody Mary on the rocks – minus the Vodka. Nancy Lopez-McHugh with three family recipes.
Our Berlin correspondent Steen Hanssen discovers Potsdamer Stange, and quickly names is “Probably the best brew in Berlin”.
Can two good things like beer and chocolate come together and produce something even better? Katherine Ingui thinks so.
Priscilla Willis travels to Brussels and comes back with a personal top 5 list of things to eat in the “European Capital”.
Many small American craft brewers are realizing that cans are still the best way to preserve their liquid gold.
Eli Shayotovich rolls out the barbecue, and introduces a chicken to a can of Oskar Blues Pale Ale.
Baseball season is here, and Jerri Green falls in love with the grub at the best Minor League stadium in America.
Eli Shayotovic welcomes back a vital American brewery industry, and gives us a classic chili recipe to get us started with beer and food pairing.
New York City has gotten its very own Hofbräu Bierhaus. Saurkraut anyone?