Browsing the "San Francisco" Tag

Almanac Beer’s Farm-To-Bottle Ethos

May 15th, 2013 | by Jennifer Kaplan

It’s American Craft Beer Week and Almanac Beer Co. is a quintessential American craft beer company: small, independent, and traditional.


Interview with a Guerrilla Grafter

February 23rd, 2012 | by Patricia Larenas

When I interviewed one of the Guerrilla Grafters recently, I learned that it’s not all about the grafting. This early member of the Guerrilla Grafters cares deeply about the society in which we live and our relationship with public spaces.


Raw Chocolate-Making Class on Monday in San Francisco

September 17th, 2011 | by Becky Striepe

Ben Tseitlin is passionate about raw chocolate, and on Monday evening, San Francisco folks can learn some of his chocolate-making secrets! Not in SF? Don't fret! Ben's been kind enough to share a raw chocolate recipe just for us. Check it out below


Sustainable Wine Review: U.S. Rhone Producers Lead in Sustainability

February 25th, 2011 | by Jennifer Kaplan

It seems like the whole wine world is abuzz with talk about American producers of Rhone Varietals. Amazing vintages, high quality, reasonable prices. But, in addition to all the typical wine buzz, I think we need to be talking about American Rhone because sustainability has been a part of the these producer's ethos for decades



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