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BrewDog Birmingham

Stripped back stone interiors, visible brickwork, shade-less trendy lighting and blocky booths make BrewDog Birmingham typically cool and edgy (without anyone actually using the uncool words “cool” and “edgy”). 122 more words

Bar Bites

Holy City capitalizes on Stone Law, opens kitchen Wednesday

Charleston’s Holy City will be the first South Carolina brewery to capitalize on the so-called Stone Law when its new kitchen opens for business Wednesday afternoon.


Least Favourite New England Locales

We try not to be negative, but we do have opinions which we like to share.  We won’t say you shouldn’t visit these locations (well, except McNeills- it was horrible), just that we didn’t enjoy them as much as we had hoped we would. 296 more words


Favourite New England Alcohol Locales

In case you are ever in the neighborhood, these are the locations we would recommend you visit without question:

Vermont Pub, Burlington, VT

Although they didn’t fill our non-Vermont-Pub… 288 more words


Columbia's Hunter-Gatherer planning new, separate brewery for 2015

Hunter-Gatherer Brewery & Alehouse has been a staple of Columbia’s beer community since opening in 1995, acting as a sort of forefather for the Capital City’s now-blossoming craft beer scene. 484 more words


Zerodegrees (Cardiff)

Note: While I’m in Dublin, please excuse the lack of associated photography with this article. I’ll update it with pictures in July.

If Saruman came to Cardiff, he’d enjoy a drink at Zerodegrees. 712 more words

Beer Blogging

More Breweries, Less Wineries

Our first ever alcohol tour focused on waterfalls and wineries in Tasmania, Australia.  We love wineries- they’re usually set in beautiful countryside, they’re locally owned, and they often produced great booze.   313 more words