With Thanksgiving on the horizon, America’s collective watch is set to pie o’clock. Fortunately, for those of us who like to drink our way to dessert, there are excellent beer pairings for each and every pie on the Thanksgiving table. (More of a wine-and-pie person? No problem.) Whether you favor creamy pumpkin, classic apple, or […]
This St. Patrick’s Day, you can have your beer and eat it too — no seriously, you can actually drink your Guinness alongside a delicious recipe that incorporates Ireland’s favorite stout into the mix. Whether you prefer salty, savory, or sweet, there’s a Guinness recipe out there for everyone. We’ve rounded up the 10 most […]
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, and you know what that means — Guinness, Guinness, and more Guinness. As much as we love this OG Irish dry stout, we’re looking to get a bit more festive with our St. Patty’s Day drinking this year.
1. Hello, beer friends! Remember right before Thanksgiving when I hit you with the ridiculous command to buy a $24 bottle of Cisco Cranberry Woods, even though I’d never even tried the stuff? Well, bullet dodged. As you surely all discovered for yourselves, it’s damn good beer, and also pink. But is it worth that […]
When it comes to craft beer, porters and stouts often find themselves taking a back seat to almost every other style. And that’s a shame, because when made well, porters and stouts can be absolutely delicious. The problem is, there are also porters and stouts out there that aren’t so great, whether they’re too high […]
We love Guinness. We obsess over Guinness—how to pour it, how to drink it, how to stop from drooling as we stare at those cascading nitro ripples like they’re some kind of 4.2% ABV Magic Eye. And yes, on St. Patrick’s Day, we bless ourselves with Guinness like it’s holy water at church. We suck […]
Come March 17th, many of us who don’t normally go for stout will be clutching bottles and cans of Guinness for dear life, slurrily toasting the guy or gal or empty barstool next to us. But there are other, much classier ways to enjoy Guinness this month (and all year long).
Every year I consider and then swiftly reject the notion of sober January, which puts it on an overcrowded pedestal of good but not gratifying lifestyle choices that I’ll always admire and never implement. I don’t doubt the physical, mental, and financial benefits that accrue for any soul brave enough to face down the darkest 31 […]
It’s still not too cold out in most of the country, but the sun goes down about 20 minutes after lunch and the leftover Halloween candy’s long gone, so let’s just go ahead and call an early start to Stout Season this year. Most of the delicious, boozy, and expensive barrel-aged imperials have yet to […]