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  1. Schensul: Beer tourism on the riseRead the original story w/Photo

    22 min ago | NorthJersey.com

    ... the sidelines. It tasted like bread gone bad, it smelled like a hangover waiting to happen, and you never seemed to drink a beer - you had to "pound it." So why was I sitting at a brew pub in Denver discussing the relative merits of the 16 or so ...


  2. 6 expert picks for stellar summer pairingsRead the original story w/Photo

    37 min ago | Channel3000

    Forequarter Begin your evening on the patio with a melon slushie cocktail alongside a bite of Uplands Pleasant Ridge Reserve-a mild and forgiving cheese. An entrA e featuring sweet corn, mild shishito peppers and summer squash pairs well with a rosA wine called Moussamoussettes from Agnes & Rene Mosse-Vin de France, or a crisp glass of Txakolina, a Basque wine with mineral notes and slight effervescence.


  3. Tonka beans to Forbidden rice: new guide reveals foods to try before you dieRead the original story

    57 min ago | Bournemouth Echo

    AS a new book reveals the foodie flavours you should try before you die, Taste picks 15 of our favourites. Consider yourself a bit of a foodie? Well, in that case, you might want to sink your teeth into The Food Lover's Handbook by Mark Price .


  4. Cook this: Gluten-Free Strawberry And Hazelnut MeringueRead the original story w/Photo

    58 min ago | Bournemouth Echo

    He's cooked for royals and prime ministers - and now Kate Whiting makes herself at home in David Herbert's kitchen for scones and tea, to hear all about the food writer's latest book of delights In a cosy dining room filled with light, art and floor-to-ceiling shelves of beautiful crockery, Australian cook and writer David Herbert is apologising about the baked goodies on the table in front of us: "They're not the most attractive-looking scones," he says, with a smile. This is a man who has cooked for the Queen Mother and two Australian Prime Ministers, and worked with Delia Smith and Jamie Oliver, but Herbert is as modest as they come.


  5. Hot, dry summer is fine for wines, vineyard owners sayRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Times

    North Georgia's wine country is where dozens of vineyards grow their own grapes and produce and sell their own wines. While the South doesn't share the climates of Napa Valley or Burgundy, France, grapes do well in the region and have even flourished in the dry summer weather.


  6. More informationRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Gulfshore Life

    Immerse yourself in a wine tasting experience featuring new wines of Spain. With its ideal climate, Spain is the world's third-largest wine producer.


  7. Bojangles breaks ground off Buckwalter ParkwayRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Bluffton Today

    Noelle Wiehe/ Bluffton Today Representatives with the town of Bluffton and the new Bojangles restaurant set to open in the fall break ground Friday. Noelle Wiehe/ Bluffton Today Representatives with the town of Bluffton and the new Bojangles restaurant set to open in the fall break ground Friday.


  8. Inniskillin Riesling Icewine (Niagara Peninsula) 2013Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | Professor Bainbridge on Wine

    Lovely gold color. Huge bouquet of apricots with an undertone of flint. Apricots dominate the palate but with honey and flint on the finish. This is a delicious dessert wine that would make a great end to dinner by itself but would be even better with some artisan blue cheese. Grade: 92


  9. Three Christchurch restaurants that offer 'best value' alternative mealsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Press On-Line

    ... forming part of Saggio's wine library offers something different and interesting for wine enthusiasts keen to enjoy a drink at the stylish bar area. Taking its culinary offering very seriously, the menu (which changes daily in accordance with the ...


  10. Andy Gemmell's Drinks Cabinet: Mac and Wild, LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    Portrait of Sunday Herald drinks writer Andy Gemmell. Andy is director of The Drink Cabinet.


  11. Fourth of July RecipesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Southern Living

    Lemonade and fresh mint leaves provide a refreshing twist to this classic summer drink. One reader suggests adding a tablespoon of orange-flavored vodka to a glass of the drink to add a grown-up kick.


  12. Bayfront Park hosts fifth annual All Pints North Summer Brew FestRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | NorthlandsNewscenter.com

    The Fifth Annual All Pints North Summer Brew Fest at Bayfront Festival Park happened Saturday. The festival ran from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. People attending were able to taste an unlimited amount of craft beer samples, enjoy local food vendors, and listen to live music from the four on the floor and Viva Knievel.


  13. Hard Pressed festival benefits Lisburn Community Fire CompanyRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | PennLive.com

    Garett Case of Brody Vineyards describing his wines to visitors. The Hard Pressed festival featuring Cider, Wine, local food and live music benefiting Lisburn Community Fire Company was held at there Fire station at 1800 Main Street in Mechanicsburg on Saturday, July 23 2016.


  14. Savvy Shopper: Eating in is the new eating outRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

    Several years ago, Pizza Inn had the slogan "For pizza out, it's Pizza Inn!" Back then, it was memorable and it worked. However, like most expressions, its effectiveness faded over time.


  15. Want to cut fat but keep the flavor? Consider cottage cheeseRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | O-R Online

    Low-fat cottage cheese is a great substitute for cream cheese and ricotta cheese when you want to make healthier versions of traditionally higher-fat treats, like this Lemon Cottage Cheesecake.


  16. A new dawn for the city's tragic Sunset House pubRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Independent.ie

    Author and legendary boozer Brendan Behan finally has a pub named after him in his native city, writes Liam Collins Well this particular hostelry used to be called The Sunset House and after being closed for several months following the assassination of dissident IRA man Mickey Barr in the Kinahan/Hutch feud, it has now re-opened, prosaically re-named The Brendan Behan. Maybe it's apt that the author of The Quare Fellow, banged up in Mountjoy Gaol for attempting to shoot a policeman, has finally had a pub named after him in his native city.


  17. Reeds Inc. (REED) Upgraded to Hold by Zacks Investment ResearchRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | AmericanBankingNews.com

    According to Zacks, "Reed's, Inc. develops, manufactures, and markets top selling sodas in natural foods markets and will is currently expanding its innovative, all natural, non-alcoholic beverages, candies and ice creams into the mainstream markets. Its non-alcoholic Ginger Brews are unique in the beverage industry being brewed from fresh ginger, spices and fruits.


  18. Beer on the Bay brings brews to bear at Liberty ParkRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Erie Times News

    Ally Grzegorzewski, 24, left, laughs with her cousin Jeff Pohl, 28, both of Erie, as they sample beer from Sprague Farm & Brew Works volunteer Rich Harvey of McKean, far right, during Beer on the Bay at Libert Park on July 23 in Erie. ANDY COLWELL/ERIE TIMES-NEWSERIE TIMES-NEWS ERIE, Pa.


  19. New beer garden slated for Uptown Monterey.Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Monterey County Weekly

    ... Trader Joe's plaza in early 2017. Berkeley-based Fieldwork Brewing, which won the East Bay Express's "Best New Spot to Drink Beer for Breakfast" just months after it opened in 2015, will make use of the fire pits outside of Peet's Coffee on Munras ...


  20. Baby brewers at BeerfestRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Courier

    Ballarat is shaping up as a regional powerhouse in the brewing stakes as punters brave the cold to try flavoursome craft beers at the Mining Exchange. The beer scene is alive and well in Australia, and a renewed focus on the finer aspects of brewing and new players was in vogue at the Winterlude Ballarat Beer Festival.