Move over wine, ingredients-obsessed chefs are getting into craft beer they’ve helped create.
Boys from the block make borough-proud beer.
“Our Greenmarket Regional Grain Initiative works with regional farmers to devote more acreage to growing grains, creating partnerships to get their harvest into the hands of bakers, pasta makers, distillers—and now brewers—helps their businesses scale up.”
Today is July 1st, and what does that mean? NYC CRAFT BEER MONTH BEGINS NOW!
Is New York tap the secret behind everything from bagels to beer?
Top Hops, the gorgeous beer bar and market that opened on Orchard Street last year, stocks 700 brews in cans and bottles. Between that incredible selection and the 20 taps for filling growlers to go or pints to stay, we’re in beer heaven.
Long before beer menus competed with wine lists for space at the fancier spots around town, Sam Merritt saw a niche that needed filling: beer education.
Sure, this issue works as a to-drink list. But I didn’t just want to serve you a hedonistic roundup of bars to hit and bottles to buy.
Top Hops, a beautifully modern bar and market, has opened on Orchard Street.
Mark Van Glad is growing barley and hops to pave the way for a truly New York beer.
Chefs for the Marcellus–a group of chefs concerned that hydraulic fracturing (aka fracking) will damage our upstate farms, wineries and breweries–is hosting a fundraising dinner this Thursday at the Brooklyn Winery in Williamsburg.
Rich Buceta’s brewery finally moves out of his living room.