Happy National Fudge Day! We’re giving you a few different ways to celebrate: Boozy Beer Mug Fudge (great for bringing to parties, or enjoying a whole tray of by yourself) Gooey Beer Fudge Beer Fudge with Salted Popcorn Chocolate Stout Truffle Fudge Fudge Stout Brownies Enjoy, and be sure to tell us which recipes you […]

Start your week the right way with these delicious craft beer meal recommendations: 1. Are you pairing your meals with a Brown Ale, Saison, or Smoked Beer? Maybe you should be. These three beer styles are overlooked too frequently for how well they can pair with meals. 2. Whether you like steak or not, I bet […]

These spent grain Peanut Butter and Banana dog treats by American Homebrewers Association came about from a place I know all too well: not wanting to waste something if I can use it. This also can lead me to some hoarding tendencies, but that’s for another day. You can take a look at the recipe […]

Blueberry Ale Berry Tarts
August 4, 2015

Blueberry Ale Berry Tarts 4 cups berries (I used frozen blueberries and mixed berries) 1/2 c sugarr 1T corn starch 3/4 c powdered sugar 1 c Blueberry Ale (or any other fruity ale you like. I used Kennebunkport Blueberry Ale. Founder’s Raspberry has a very jam-like taste if you like raspberries.)     Make sure […]

Food Review: One Block East
July 20, 2015

After our long interview with Steve at Barrage Brewing, he recommended we go check out the food at One Block East in Wantagh, NY. The spot that One Block East currently inhabits has had some bad luck over the last handful of years. At one time, a favorite of mine, Long Island Cheeseburger was pumping […]

Honey Ale Pound Cake Recipe
July 13, 2015

Saturday, Kevin and I visited the Oyster Bay Brewing Company in Oyster Bay, New York. We had set up a time to interview the owner, Ryan, and enjoyed a couple of beers while we were there. I knew, of course, that I wanted to get a growler to bring home with us, but we needed […]

Adapted from Very Culinary’s Single-Serve Snickerdoodle Mug Cake. 4 tablespoons Bob’s Red Mill 1 to 1 Baking Flour (Gluten Free) 3 tablespoons Turbinado Raw Cane Sugar 1/4 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1 egg 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 2 tablespoon Lactaid Milk 1/2 teaspoon vanilla Instructions: Mix wet and dry ingredients separately, then combine. Grease or […]

Spring Means Hops
May 6, 2015

It’s Spring, which means it’s okay to start slowly climbing out of our stout and porter caves. (Not to say we won’t be drinking those year ’round.) Spring has sprung and with it, flowers are in our faces. What do flowers mean to this beer lover? HOPS. Yeah, yeah, I know hops are in plenty […]

Gluten Free Breakfast
April 26, 2015

It’s easy to eat a gluten free breakfast when these are on the menu.  Gluten Free Banana Oatmeal Doughnuts / Breakfast Cookies.  Which form do you prefer?