Councilman Fernando Cabrera called having the flag on a beer can “an absolute insult to all Puerto Ricans.”
Not since before prohibition has the Garden State seen more locally brewed beer. NJ Monthly magazine tapped into the craft beer bonanza in its latest issue. Editor Ken Schlager stopped by The Couch to fill us in on the state’s beer history and the current craft beer boom.
Pizza is serious business in NYC. Whether you worship the crust, the sauce, or the toppings, one thing’s for sure–you’ll want a refreshing quaff to wash it all down.
When Rheingold shut down its brewery in the 1960s, the Bronx became a beer wasteland. That was until a few years ago.
The annual hops celebration returns to New York City on February 22, when New York City Brewers Guild will bring together all twelve NYC craft breweries, along with nationally and internationally renowned breweries.
He also talks about shooting the song’s video, saying “that’s what our crowd looks like every night.”
Gov. Cuomo announced plans for a new marketing campaign to promote New York-produced wine, beer, cider and spirits sales and tourism.
The beer cocktail trend isn’t going anywhere, as NYC bartenders continue to add malted ingredients to their mixology. Here are some of the best cocktails featuring a splash of brew this fall season.
Visit these local joints for harvest treats of the hops variety. From pumpkin ale to hearty apple-flavored cider, these are 6 of the best spots to enjoy autumn brews this season.
Can’t make it to Munich for Oktoberfest this year? Good news – here are some places to find great parties, and also a few tips to guarantee you make the most of Oktoberfest.
Women and fizzy malt beverages feature prominently in Toby Keith’s new music video, which takes his latest party anthem, “I Like Girls That Drink Beer,” and turns it into, well, a party.
What better way to show team pride than by hosting a blow-out, take-no-prisoners tailgate on game day? Here are some great make-ahead alcoholic treats, complete with hometown flair. Whether our guys win or lose, don’t forget to wear those Jerseys with pride and to drink responsibly.
If you want chips and beer, you’re going to have to pay for them. Otherwise, prepare to be arrested.
It’s been three months since Sunday alcohol sales became legal in Connecticut and stores are reporting in.
Summertime brings with it temptation to skip the customary weeknight activities – hitting the gym, running errands, doing laundry – and hit the bar instead. These haunts are offering cheap drinks and discount eats for happy hour this season.