Is Pinot Noir the only grape the state of Oregon grows?

No, but considering the way they go on about it, I’ll forgive you for assuming every inch of vineyard within…

November 20th, 2018 / Like

Back to Boston for Beer (Elvis Costello) #BrewedAwakening

Although we’ve lived close to the border for 20 years here in New Brunswick, and 12 years before that in…

November 17th, 2018 / 1

Peace by Chocolate promotes global peace with chocolate

What would you do if your whole world changed in an instant? If a war destroyed the business your family…

November 14th, 2018 / 1

How the big brewers are staying relevant in craft beer

Whether you’re a brewer or just a beer lover, you’re living in interesting times. There’s been a collective shift away…

November 9th, 2018 / 1

This cider cocktail proves we can be more ambitious with cider

Cider usually comes one of three ways: Straight up, on the rocks or mulled. None of these exactly require an…

November 9th, 2018 / 2

Yee Haw To Big Axe Brewery and Saloon Expansion #BrewedAwakening

A lot has been written over the past 3 years about the new wave of small breweries in Canada, the…

November 8th, 2018 / 2
Wine + Drinks / November 7th, 2018

Portugal has become a hot spot for white wine

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5 easy dishes you can whip up in a jiffy

Barrel-aged beer: Quench asks expert, Dougal Sharp

Have you ever wondered what happens to beer when you age it in barrels? Does it become something more than…

November 3rd, 2018 / 6
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