This year we’re partnering with TasteNY, a program run by New York Ag and Markets to help promote food and beverage companies throughout the state.
TasteNY is New York State’s campaign to promote food and drink experience in the state. Learn more at http://taste.ny.gov/.
A portion of the proceeds from the Brooklyn event will go to the New York State Distillers Guild, which supports local distilleries by lobbying on their behalf in Albany.
Earlier this year, five New York homebrewers paired with five New York breweries to create a special brew. The amateurs will share the fruits of that experience this Saturday, alongside their respective paired professionals, at NY Pro-Am Brew P.I.T.
When it comes to small-batch alcohol, New York’s cup runneth over.
Stop at your favorite watering hole for a drink and it can be difficult to choose among all the New York bottles suddenly crowding the bar.
Cold mornings (especially a couple months’ worth of them) call for warm bread. But no matter how simple a staple it may seem, not all toast is created equal.
About this time in February, we think a hearty steak or bubbling bœuf bourguignon can comfort a range of winter doldrums.
Ben Keene’s book “The Great Northeast Brewery Tour” recently hit stands. Fittingly, we caught up with him at Jimmy’s No. 43 to learn about his inspiration and favorite breweries.
Travelers’ opportunities to buy local in both JFK and LaGuardia airports recently increased with the opening of TasteNY shops. We caught up with Brooklyn Oenology to learn more about the logistics and goals of the collaborative project.
There are a lot of reasons to love good bread, including the fact that it’s available year-round. Orwasher’s has been baking bread over on the Upper East Side and offers several locally inspired loaves.
Cultured dairy from upstate farms is still widely available around this time of year, and Park Slope’s aptly-named Culture yogurt shop has products that hit the spot.