New Canadian brewery, Off Grid Ales, produces their beers using a solar- and wind-powered operation.
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Not only is wasted booze a tragedy, but it costs bar and restaurant owners big money. But some bar owners and chefs are reusing alcohol in creative ways.
If you’re looking for the best Father’s Day gifts for your foodie dad, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve rounded up some uniquely awesome gifts.
Whether it’s misleading or false advertising, or wasteful packaging, there’s a lot wrong in the world of food and beverage advertising. But it’s not all bad.
Bartender Autumn Sands transformed how Grand Rapids Brewing Company looked at waste. They now compost or recycle 90 percent of the waste they produce.
Consumers are suing Anheuser-Busch over advertising giving the impression Kirin Ichiban beer is brewed in Japan, when it is made in the United States.
Ever since I read A Christmas Carol in college, I have wanted to throw a Fezziwig’s Christmas feast.
There’s a new trend in big cities that I sure hope makes it to Atlanta sometime soon: beer gardens that welcome parents with small children.
99 bottles of beer on the wall? Nope. 99 cans of award-winning craft beer in one humongous case. The folks at Austin Beerworks are inspired. Cheers to them!
A new beverage Lean Machine, an after workout beer also known as “recovery ale,” is creating quite a stir. Should you add beer to your after workout plans or is it just more marketing healthwash? Lean Machine is a new Canadian beer designed for “active adults who are want a full-flavored, low calorie, low carb premium beer.” […]
This weeks food news features ‘healthy and natural’ mislabeling, a lawsuit challenging Idaho’s brand new ag-gag law, and fast-food wage theft. But don’t worry: you’ll also find great news for organic growers, beer drinkers, and organic beer drinkers!
Feeling like having a locavore New Years Eve this year? Here’s a fun, new twist on the #1 New Years Eve beverage of choice, American sparkling wine, plus three more all-american ideas to impress your friends. #1: Skip the imported Champagne and try some festive American bubbly. There are lots of great options. Melanie Wagner, Certified […]
If the water flowing from your tap were contaminated, how would you quench your thirst? Rather than run the risk of contracting a waterborne disease, some residents of Mpumalanga province in South Africa have turned to beer to stay hydrated.