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Ammo managing partner Benedikt "Benny" Bohm is one of the best front-of-the-house professionals in L.A. Bohm also curates the 15-year-old restaurant’s wines, and the music, and both are notable for his eclectic choices. What's your favorite wine...
Tags: Austria, Angelina Jolie, Wines
Ha! I was just starting to write a post about Mira Winery in Napa Valley experimenting with aging wine in the ocean — yes, it’s true! — when a video showing just what they’re up to popped in my in-box. According to the winery,...
Tags: Physical Conditions, Wines
Many craft beer-focused bars and restaurants offer beer tasting flights -- a lineup of smaller glasses of different beers -- and whether you're a beer aficionado or new to the craft beer world, they are a great way to experience a variety of different...
It's no secret that beer and food combine for a dining experience greater than the sum of its parts, and Los Angeles chefs, restaurants and breweries are expanding beer and food pairings past the pilsner-and-pretzel classics into more adventurous...
The Hartford CourantI am wasteful when it comes to pizza. If it is not finished in one sitting, it goes into the trash. But that was before I tasted the Sophia pizza from the new Vero Pizza bistro in Plainville. Now my new rule is save the leftovers so I can enjoy it all....
Tribune NewspapersThe brew pub that arguably started it all in Chicago — or can at least lay claim to being the granddaddy of the city's current generation of breweries — has a new hand at the helm. This month, Nick Barron, 28, formerly the head brewer at...
Saturday’s first ever the Garagiste Festival: Southern Exposure in Solvang featuring the wines of small "garagiste" producers from the Santa Ynez Valley was a sold-out event. Held at the Mission-style Veteran's Memorial Building in Solvang, it was...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Wines, Festive Events, Kevin Law
I certainly did enjoy our balmy weekend. I decided to cure myself of cabin fever and settled into the backyard patio, where I plopped myself into the swing and basked in the warm sunshine. I thoroughly enjoyed the brief hiatus from winter. My dog,...
The Hartford CourantWhen Kevin Wirtes and Rich Garcia first met as IT professionals at The Hartford five years ago, they bonded over a shared interest in cycling. And as their friendship developed, they realized they had more in common than they'd imagined. Wirtes had a...
People ask me questions about wine all the time — at wine tastings and classes that I conduct, on the street and in emails and phone calls. I answer them, of course, but wish today to share some of those questions and answers with you. Q: I...
Tags: Physiology, Grapes, Wines, Travel, Australia
Opened in 2010, Strand Brewing was an early entry into the L.A. craft beer scene, and soon you won't need to visit its Torrance taproom to get some 24th Street Pale Ale or Atticus IPA to enjoy at home. After three years of growing pains the small team has...
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This lucky year, St. Patrick's Day falls on the weekend, and only the Super Bowl is a better excuse for devoting your Sunday to some serious day-drinking. While Guinness is the obvious choice for a brew to spend your day with, why not try some craft...
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