It's not common I would write about the same establishment in two consecutive blogs, but to refrain from writing about burgers and beer is not only daunting, but downright impossible. I mean, why would I ignore a burger throwdown, notably if Moody Tongue is there, too? While watching people compete, you can munch on your … Continue reading Moody Tongue and Monster Burger Throwdown at Jake Melnick’s
This year, Ash Wednesday -- the start of Lent -- begins on Valentine's Day. If you prefer to stay at home, you may want to have some fun experimenting with four cocktails that are sure to impress you significant other and enhance the romance! Or if you want to go out on Ash Wednesday, or … Continue reading Lent Begins on Valentine’s Day: Here are Cocktails and Specials Perfect for Both Occasions.
SideDoor (Lawry's) always has spectacular food. But, when they team up with a brewery -- it's something special! Jan 26, Pollyanna arrives -- don't miss out on the fun.
It's #Hopslam season! Here are eight Chicago places that are releasing the famous DIPA, Jan 15 - 24
Nevin's Brewing Company has always served award-winning beer, but the Midnight Pig Brand now allows more people to take notice of the brewery within Nevin's.
New Year's Eve is one of the best times of the year to go and check out all Chicago has to offer. Bars, drinks, beer and more. Here are 32 ways to ring in the new year.
Leave it to Forbidden Root to create a beer fitting for consuming with a straw. It's the perfect beer for you...or Santa!
Chicago's Craft Beer cellar scene is known for its BBAs, but the Sour Program has matured, and it's something to behold.
The Metro folks have moved into a taproom -- a stunning malty palace befitting its place among Chicago's craft-beer royalty.
While wandering through the sea of endless beer booths at Great American Beer Fest (#GABF2017), it was easy to both be enamoured with craft beer and overwhelmed. But for this writer, it also provided an opportunity to compare and contrast Chicago's craft beer to national offerings. The beer-to-beer approach helped solidify what had already become … Continue reading Chicago Craft Breweries Play Second Fiddle to No One