Gueuze (pronounced gooze) is the bubbly of Brussels. Although its taste is deceptive, gueuze is beer. Often called the "Champagne of Brussels," at its core, gueuze is lightly sweet, fruity, earthy, dry and sour with a lot of carbonation.
The other week, 60 exhibitors from around the globe were pouring samples of their finest coffees and teas at the eighth annual Coffee and Tea Festival in Manhattan.
Some of the country's best-known, and most expensive, restaurants offer little-known menus featuring incredibly inexpensive food and drink specials. You just need to know where to go and when to go.
Today's nanobrewery could easily be tomorrow's next big thing. Here are 10 of our favorite nanobreweries across the nation.
Courvoisier is arguably even more party ready than when Busta Rhymes sang its praises.
America is home to a budding number of truly authentic Irish pubs.
If you are going to visit Ireland, you'll definitely want to stop for a pint of Guinness or Smithwicks and take in the sights. Not sure which places are the best? We asked Wilma to share her favorites with us.
Given how much we all love firing it up in the kitchen and cracking open a cold brew, why not double your pleasure and cook with beer while you drink it?
If beer is the new wine, we need to start doing some of the same things with beer that are we do with wine.
Today, The Cellars At Jasper Hill is a 22,000-square-foot labyrinth of vaults that sits beneath the pastures where the Kehler brothers raise their herd of Ayrshire cows.
Let's take a look at some of the most heinous falsities and set the record straight on dark beers, proper serving and storage temperature, and the damage done by years of beer advertisements.
We all know the traditional French technique of cooking with wine, but with the renaissance of the craft beer movement, serious chefs are having their beer and cooking it too.
Each Monday on Channel Surfing, What's Trending quickly flips through the best of what's happening around YouTube and serves it up for your viewing pleasure. Because no one has the time to watch everything, even when it's great!
The Rio Negro, I am told, is a river like any other.
People have been making beer, or at least something resembling beer, since the dawn of civilization.
Yuengling represented the triumph of indie, proof that a small family-owned brand could not only hold its own, but grow up to be the largest American-owned brewer in the nation. But then three things happened that soured my love.
As we learn in this story, cask-conditioned beers are still alive, and further maturing in their (cask) containers as they are served to the customer....