Archives: food news


Beer News: Elven chainmail, stony job opps, Craft Beer Month, hops that are totally OK

And some new brews, of course.


Food News: Monday brunch, a boozy lunch, and cold-brew coffee that packs a punch

The theme of this week’s food news is Learning–from where to find brunch on a Monday, to how to turn canned food into art, to how to cook your own very impressive dishes with help from a friend on YouTube. Put on your learnin’ caps and get ready to expand your brains.


Beer News: Weird beer, massive quantities of beer, analysis of beer, and just a lot of beer

The word “beer” was just said too many times, and now it looks bizarre.


Food News: Rapping with positive vibes, special sups, and total tomato overload

This week’s trend is for local culinary geniuses to offer you a chance to sit at a table and let them serve you giant, lovingly prepared dinners. These guys and gals, you know? Just doin’ it for the community.


Beer News: Booze Week Part 1 is complete!

In this week’s Frothy Forthcomings (actual rejected name), we dip a toe into the sudsy waters of Belgian beer and Vienna lager. Then we rip our pants off and dive right into the Beer Expo and a bunch of other stuff!


Food News: Harvesting breakfast, toast, pig heads, and new shirts

Collaborations! New breakfasts! New lunches! We can hardly stand it!


Beer News: Good science, bad beer, good names, bad names

In this episode, we discuss magic, beers the city doesn’t like, and blueberries. Or should I say, blueBEERies.


Food News: Raw cakes, intense shakes, Jell-O shot, rock of yacht

Excessive food options for you, and also some folks that are helping people without excessive food options. The latter is more important, but also read about the former.


Beer News: Brunch, floats, and metal

The current trend seems to be mixing beer with sweet things, which…by all means. More of that please.


Food News: Fancy food trucks, fancy pig-in-a-blanket, fancy deep-fried doughnuts, fancy sodas, and just burgers

Apologies in advance for making you burst into tears of dining frustration because you’re reading the Internet instead of eating delicious local cuisine.