Friday, November 21, 2014
Inquirer Daily News


That the latest wave in Fishtown would bring up a sprawling, faux-German beer garden, a Brooklyn-ish barbecue barn, and a factory-size coffee-bar-rum-distillery is hard enough to conceive. But that a modest corner tappie on Frankford Avenue would suddenly
Did you ever drink a pint that tasted so good it left you wondering if you had just swallowed a work of art?
LADIES and gentlemen, I give you 10 beer things you never knew existed: The Crowler If a growler is a large bottle of draft beer to go, what's a Crowler? That's a large can of freshly tapped suds.
Marnie explains that noir and blanc don’t really refer to the actual color of the grape.
When quenching the burn of Indian or Asian spice, acidic whites like sauvignon blanc can just add fuel to the fire. Softer chenin blanc, on the one hand, is a "noncombatant," says Ken Forrester. "It's soothing." Expect such praise from
Sidewalk, a social analytics company, has released an infographic with data that shows the most influential bars in five cities: NYC, LA, CHI, PHL, and HOU. The data is compiled by analyzing social media activity that bars receive from fans/followers when bars share content.