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  • Time will judge the Goose Island deal

    Time will judge the Goose Island deal
    A couple of years ago I was in a craft-beer bar in Helsinki and felt more than a little pride when I spied Bourbon County Brand Stout on the menu. I didn’t order it — the thick, black Goose Island brew was close to $40 for a 22-ounce bottle....
  • Revolution will bottle and can its beers

    Revolution will bottle and can its beers
    One reason I haven’t been too worried about Anheuser-Busch’s takeover of Goose Island Beer Co. is that even if Goose is ruined – which I don’t necessarily think will happen – there will continue to be no shortage of great...
  • Gluten-free beers

    Gluten-free beers
    I often wonder how I would enjoy life with a sensitivity to gluten. Spaghetti is hands-down my favorite food and I would have a hard time giving up sandwiches. But imagining the horror of a beer-free existence led me to explore gluten-free brews, and...
  • Bar incident leaves Goose Island's Greg Hall contrite

    Bar incident leaves Goose Island's Greg Hall contrite
    It wasn’t celebrating the $38 million acquisition of his family’s brewery by Anheuser-Busch – it was just a birthday party. But it ended with a bartender saying that Goose Island brewmaster Greg Hall urinated into two beer glasses...
  • Slapwater's 40th anniversary celebration approaches

    Slapwater's 40th anniversary celebration approaches
    Slapwater, the heavy-weight champion of Peninsula area dance bands, has been entertaining local crowds with funk, soul and rock for four decades. The band will perform for free on Friday Oct. 14 at the Poquoson Seafood Festival. Showtime is 6 p.m. The...
  • Snoop Dogg Under Fire For 'Blast' Malt Drink

    Snoop Dogg Under Fire For 'Blast' Malt Drink
    MARYLAND -- Seventeen state attorneys general are urging Pabst Brewing Co. to stop marketing to young drinkers and halt production of a new malt beverage promoted by rapper Snoop Dogg. In a letter sent to the Pabst Brewing Co., Maryland Attorney...
  • "BUD LIGHT'S THIRST ROW SEATS TICKET GIVEAWAY WITH LEN AND BOB" WGN-TV

    "BUD LIGHT'S  THIRST ROW SEATS TICKET GIVEAWAY  WITH LEN AND BOB" WGN-TV
    HOW TO ENTER: No purchase necessary. You must write your name, address, age, email address and phone number on a postcard or plain piece of paper. Entries should be mailed to the following address: WGN-TV "Bud Light's Thirst Row Seats Ticket Giveaway...
  • Army amputee throws out first pitch

    A decorated Army veteran whose leg was amputated while serving in Iraq threw out the first pitch at the Padres game Friday night. Major Ed Pulido lost his leg when an improvised explosive device (IED) went off under him in 2004. "I laid in the 128...
  • Goose Island behind him, Greg Hall launches act two

    Goose Island behind him, Greg Hall launches act two
    UPDATE: Following up on our post from last week (see below), the Chicago site for eater.com has a few more details this morning on Greg Hall's venture into cider. Among the revelations: Virtue Cider will likely start filling glasses in early 2012,...
  • What we're talking about in The Talk

    What we're talking about in The Talk
    The Talk, on Page 3 of the Tribune, prepares you for your daily conversations at the water cooler … if most offices still had water coolers, and if people still spent their time talking beside them. In more modern parlance, The Talk is home to...
  • Restaurant review: Savory Tex-Mex fare at El Hidalgo

    Restaurant review: Savory Tex-Mex fare at El Hidalgo
    Meeting and eating a new food can be exciting. The other night at El Hidalgo, a Tex-Mex restaurant in an Elkridge shopping center, I was introduced to tlacoyos. They were Mexican corn cakes ($7) shaped like torpedoes, stuffed with chicken and topped with...