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Beverage Industry

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  • Beer of the Month: Jolly Pumpkin’s La Roja Artisan Amber Ale

    Beer of the Month: Jolly Pumpkin’s La Roja Artisan Amber Ale
    Jolly Pumpkin Brewing La Roja Artisan Amber Ale It took about 10 years for Americans to get used to the bitterness of India Pale Ale. How long will it take for us to get used to Flemish brown ale, which is sour, actually sour? Jolly Pumpkin's La Roja is...
  • After the fall: The stories of three niche wine makers

    After the fall: The stories of three niche wine makers
    To paraphrase Tolstoy (poorly): All happy wineries resemble one another; each unhappy winery is unhappy in its own way. As the economy continues to affect the California wine industry, there is a prevailing feeling of dread among industry analysts and...
  • Ngu Binh details: Location, hours and more

    Ngu Binh details: Location, hours and more
    Location: 14072 Magnolia St., No. 107, Westminster. (714) 903-6000 Price: Entrees $6 to $7. Drinks $1 to $3. Best dishes: No. 11, banh beo chen (steamed rice pancakes in small dishes); No. 15, banh it kep banh ram (steamed rice cake stuffed in fried...
  • The Review: Carlitos Gardel

    The Review: Carlitos Gardel
    For years, I wrote to the sound of tango music from the '20s and '30s — Don Barreto, Roberto Firpo, Ada Falcón and, of course, the king of them all, Carlos Gardel, who died in a plane crash in 1935. Not that I'd ever been to Argentina at that point:...
  • Wine of the Week: 2008 Chien Edelzwicker

    Wine of the Week: 2008 Chien Edelzwicker
      2008 Chien Edelzwicker I once did a story on tarte flambée in Alsace and spent several happy days feasting on the thin-crusted tart topped with crème fraîche, onions and lardons and washed down with Edelzwicker, a typical white wine made from a...
  • When is a Zin not a Zin?

    When is a Zin not a Zin?
    Zinfandel is often called California's indigenous wine, but its story is not that simple. Some of the best Zinfandel-based wines from the state's best and most historic vineyards can't use the grape name on their labels. In these bottles, Zinfandel leads...
  • Good deals go fast on wine websites

    Good deals go fast on wine websites
    New Jersey wine retailer Joe Arking was in the Napa Valley last month, drumming up business. Arking is hardly a typical retailer in the bricks-and-mortar sense or, for that matter, in the normal Web-commerce sense. His website, winestilsoldout.com,...
  • That's Right, Lodi

    James Cameron couldn't have scripted it better, the way 76-year-old Wanda Woock, grande dame of the Lodi wine country, pointed a finger at her gold brooch and then at a photograph of the very same brooch a hundred years back, glinting like pure...
  • In the Anderson Valley, slow is beautiful

    Even the silence is different here. Despite a woodpecker working furiously on the eaves of a not-too-distant water tower and the buzz of tractors trolling, the quiet—like the canopy of fog—settles around you, pulls you in and ultimately...
  • Wineries fill the lodging gap with style in Paso Robles

    On one corner of Paso Robles' main square—a charming place with a park and gazebo at its heart and a sweet mix of historic buildings, wine-tasting rooms and boutiques at its edges—is a clock tower shaped like an acorn. It is meant as a tribute...
  • One Wild Ride: Exploring Santa Cruz's wine country

    On the continuum of things that make no sense to me, spitting good wine into a tin bucket falls somewhere between intelligent design and every David Lynch film I have ever seen. And so, even though "spitters" would crucify me for it during my eight-hour...