Pub Theology sessions create a space for people of faith or no faith to gather and learn from each other, while enjoying a good, (preferably local) craft brew. And as we sit down from someone of a different perspective or religious tradition what we often discover is that many of our stereotypes simply aren't true.
In the British capital, I met up with James Dowdeswell, a local comedian who actually grew up in a pub! The plan was to sample a few brews at his favorite boozers in East London but our pub crawl got interrupted! And I'm glad it did.
By Jerry Zezima Now that I am a grandfather, many people whose children have recently had children have asked for my brilliant advice on how to be a ...
Backpacking through Europe can be one wild ride, especially if you know the best places to meet fellow travelers and locals along the way. Below are s...
Some American beers SOUND like they're made of horrifyingly weird things, but in the end, the most actually bizarre thing about Dogfish Head is that someone in Delaware is actually doing something.
Travelers, if you're in these cities and need some suds, consider these well-brewed destinations for a flavorful pint of repose.
Self-proclaimed "beer nerd" Lynn Stachnick loves to visit Portland, ME, to sample the local craft brews. She and her husband even have a beer city buc...
Need a reason to crack a cold one? American Craft Beer Week continues through Sunday.
Wine isn't the only beverage advancing the food arts world.
Drink local and ignore the hype.
Just like there's state pride, there's also local brewery pride
Chicago is home to five major professional sports teams and notoriously diehard fans, which is why it is one of the premier destinations to find top-notch sports bars.
Welcome to Beer Country, USA.
Basically, I'm a cautious driver. But, I do believe some driving rules are absurd, maybe even obsolete. I'm sure they were originally written for good reasons, but they don't make sense today.
By Jessica Camille Aguirre, OnEarth Without beer, human civilization wouldn't exist. Twelve thousand years ago, the transition of the human race from ...
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.