Evil Twin Brewing, Brooklyn Brewery and Folksbier join brewers like Toast Ale in turning normally tossed food into booze.
As we close out 2014, here’s a recap of your favorite stories of the year.
We dropped by Other Half Brewing Company to capture the making of their “Beat It, Nerd!” collaboration with Jarnit-Bjergsø of Evil Twin Brewing.
Watching a critical mass build from across the Atlantic early on, brewer Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø eventually realized that Brooklyn was where he belonged.
Tørst will host the NYC edition of the Rainbow Project, an annual international collaborative brewing project where participant breweries are tasked with making beer inspired by colors of the rainbow.
Though the skyline of lower Manhattan is stunningly framed by windows behind the cashiers, the new Whole Foods in Gowanus is all Brooklyn. Here are some products to prove it.
You haven’t gotten around to that gift thing, have you? With one week to go, shopping can seem like a frightening task. This year, we’re here to make your life a bit easier.
Even More Denmark is a collaboration between two native Danes: award-winning chocolatier Fritz Knipschildt of Chocopologie and craft beer cult icon Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø of Evil Twin Brewing.
We’re just back from a trip to Spuyten Duyvil Grocery–the Williamsburg beer store in the mini-mall on Bedford Avenue at North Sixth Street–and stumbled across this beauty of a brew from Evil Twin Brewers in Denmark. We’re just sad we didn’t stumble in time for it be part of our annual Alcohol Issue, which just hit the streets.