Brew Feature

Road Trip Across NC – Part I – Raleigh

When we started this road trip in Raleigh I had a perfectly laid out schedule.  We were going to see twelve beer related places in two days across my home state from Raleigh to Asheville and

Brew Feature

A Road Trip Across NC Beer Month

Five cities, twelve beer places.  NC Beer Month was a blast. Part One – Raleigh The first leg of the trip. Stops include Aviator Brewing, Boylan Bridge Brewpub, and Big Boss Brewing.

Food and Brews

Happy Holler Gets Its Own Growler Shop

Officially Old North Knoxville’s newest bar and beer store has been open for a couple of weeks, however Saturday night was the actual grand opening to one of the hippest new beer joints in

Deep Archive

St. Patrick’s Day – How It Became A Delicious Holiday

When we take a look at the calendar in March we notice the one holiday that brings in Spring with jubilant revelrie.  Year after year the seventeenth of March we celebrate the Feast of Saint

Brew School

Trappist Beer Part I – History of the Monks

There is a lot of fuss about all these abbey beers or Trappist beers. Why do both beer snobs and connoisseurs swear that these beers by these hermetic monks tucked away in Belgium monasteries are

Deep Archive

Indiana’s Fort

Fort Wayne, Indiana isn’t really the kind of place you go out of your way to visit.  Sadly it should be In what locals herald as a place with more churches, strip clubs and bars per

Brew News

Spencer Trappist Ale: American Monks Making Beer

America’s only Trappist brewery begins shipping. It’s lauded as some of the finest beer in the world. The word garners excitement to beer snobs, hipsters and know-nothings alike.

Deep Archive

Brothers Mitch and Zach Silva show the right way to make a burger

We sat down with firefighter brothers Mitch and Zach Silva to try their signature hamburgers and drink a few brews they decided to bring along for a chill fall night around the fire pit. Have you