Tuesday, February 9, 2016


A lot of bad decisions are made in bars. Dancing with your pants on your head . . . Bingeing on a second cheesesteak . . . Drunk dialing . . . Sex with...
Woody Chandler, that guy in the monk’s robe at local beer festivals, works hard to maintain his beer cred.
You know that feeling you get when you're in a bar and feeling totally one with your time and your place? The right music, the perfect dish, your favorite friends, the best beer - a feeling of comfort or excitement?
U.S. law allows vinters to blend wines even when the label reflects only one grape type, like cabernet sauvignon.
Yards Brewing Co. sells enough beer - 42,000 barrels last year - that it is running out of space at the 40,000-square-foot plant it opened in 2007 on Delaware Avenue, a few blocks north of the Ben Franklin Bridge.
Aside from redefining the quality possibilities for the mass-market burger, Shake Shack was among the first fast-food chains to feature local craft beers (not to mention good wine) behind a cash register. Its latest offering, in collaboration with Philly
No doubt you've caught the Shock Top commercial with comedian T.J. Miller. The spot, a fast-paced insult swap between the star of the HBO sitcom Silicon Valley and a wiseguy talking tap handle named Wedgehead, has been floating around the Internet for the last week in advance of its TV debut Sunday during the Super Bowl .