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  • Plainfield home-brew supply shop to offer beer of its own

    Plainfield home-brew supply shop to offer beer of its own
    As the craft beer renaissance continues in Chicago's suburbs, one Plainfield home-brew supply shop is getting ready to offer up its own homemade suds. Chicago Brew Werks, a supply shop and taproom that opened about a year ago at 14903 S. Center St.,...
  • Brewers aim to add Eastern Shore to craft-beer map

    Brewers aim to add Eastern Shore to craft-beer map
    Just because you're on vacation at the shore doesn't mean every drink has to come with a tiny beach umbrella. Pitch the slushy or cosmopolitan, and think more along the lines of craft. Craft beer, that is. For a long time, beer drinkers lacked choices...
  • The Wingman's favorite neighborhood bars in Orlando

    The Wingman's favorite neighborhood bars in Orlando
    In the words of county singer Toby Keith, "I love this bar." In the past year and a half as the Orlando Sentinel's night-life columnist, I've said those words more times than I can count. Restaurants, parks, housing: All are essential parts of a...
  • Tribune Co. looks for partner to develop Port Covington parcels

    Tribune Co. looks for partner to develop Port Covington parcels
    The owner of The Baltimore Sun wants to find partners to develop about 37 acres of unused land next to the newspaper's printing plant in Port Covington. The plans are part of a broader push by Tribune Company to make more money from its real estate....
  • Brouwerij West to bring serious craft brew cred to new digs in San Pedro

    Brouwerij West to bring serious craft brew cred to new digs in San Pedro
    A new brewery is headed to the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro, but instead of yet another start-up company it is an established, hometown brand that’s taking the plunge on a sprawling production brewery, tasting room and restaurant. Across the...
  • Anheuser-Busch and Miller Coors to list beer ingredients online

    Ever wonder what you're consuming when you knock back a couple of beers, besides a buzz? If you look at a beer label, chances are you won't find the ingredients, but Anheuser-Busch, makers of Budweiser, and the Miller Coors company behind Coors Light, are...
  • Scotch done the very old-fashioned way

    Scotch done the very old-fashioned way
    One hundred years ago, on days when the wind was right, the sour smell of mash enveloped Campbeltown. Then this speck of a community tucked into a small harbor near the end of the Kintyre Peninsula on the western side of the country was widely...
  • Time to give Canadian rye whiskey another look

    Time to give Canadian rye whiskey another look
    The whiskey hype machine is dominated by Scotch, bourbon, American rye and even, on occasion, Japanese whiskey. Canadian rye, meanwhile, gets lost in the shuffle. In part, that's because when most of us think of Canadian whiskey, we think of a light...
  • Angel's Envy finds formula for success

    Angel's Envy finds formula for success
    It's all in the finish. Well, maybe not all. But the thing that makes Angel's Envy whiskeys, Angel's Envy whiskeys, is that the distillery finishes its whiskeys in used spirits barrels. That approach, common in the rarefied world of single-malt...
  • Weekend preview: Think globally, drink beer

    Weekend preview: Think globally, drink beer
    With apologies to the many accomplished musicians performing on Fort Lauderdale beach this weekend, the most important improvement at the ocean-ecology-minded Tortuga Music Festival is the news that the house beer this year is Corona (replacing last year&...
  • Beer, bud and budgets: Florida Legislature taking most of its thorny issues into the final innings

    Beer, bud and budgets: Florida Legislature taking most of its thorny issues into the final innings
    TALLAHASSEE -- Good times or bad, the Florida Legislature has historically made a habit of slow-rolling its most cantankerous issues. Although passing a budget is all they're constitutionally required to accomplish by May 2 -- and they had a $1.3...