New Orleans is home to some of the best cocktail bars (and cocktails) in the country, so it should come as no surprise that this Southern city is also home — for 16 years running — to Tales of the Cocktail, touted as one of the world’s premiere cocktail festivals that highlights what’s now, next, […]
Savor: An American Craft Beer and Food Experience is a sophisticated beer festival that takes place each year at Washington, D.C.’s National Building Museum. Now in its 11th year, Savor, organized by the Brewers Association, will bring 90 breweries, 181 beers, and a small plate pairing for every beer to D.C. the weekend of June […]
An iconic Scotch whisky, Lagavulin is synonymous with Islay’s signature peat. Its range spans golden pours aged in new American oak, amber single malts ideal for those presently or aspirationally wearing Shetland sweaters, and a rich, russet, sherry-aged distiller’s edition. Its celebrity fan base and pop cultural allure abet more than 200 years of history […]
Deirdre Heekin and Caleb Barber’s table was swamped with admirers. The couple behind Vermont-based La Garagista Farm and Winery were among some 150 natural winemakers showing off their latest releases at the 2017 RAW WINE Fair in Brooklyn last month. Staff poured tastes of La Garagista’s Ci Confonde Petillent Natural White 2016.
It’s always a great time for delicious craft beer. But the next few months bring an array of awesome beer festivals for you to officially celebrate the beer riches of our current moment in style. Beer weeks and festivals celebrate the culture and community of craft beer and give fans options to enjoy new and special […]
Who knows what odd demonstrations of patriotism we’ll see this Fourth of July? Considering the country isn’t entirely, ah, united, there’s a chance the typical well-meaning attempt to explode colorful shapes in the sky could be overtaken by protests, counter protests, counter-counter protests, and then a bunch of variously competing declarations of patriotism and meta-patriotism […]
Despite some initial misgivings about devoting a hot, sunny afternoon to drinking several dozen 2-ounce beer samples with a couple thousand sweaty strangers, I spent Saturday afternoon at the Boston rendition of Sierra Nevada’s roving Beer Camp festival, and I’m glad I did. I like this sort of event in general, but maybe not always […]
Summer is the perfect time for beer festivals. There is nothing better than hanging out outside with a bunch of friends sampling beers, lounging in the sun and probably eating something delicious served out of a truck. Beer fests are the stuff dreams are made of, and lucky for you, we’ve compiled a list of […]