#Cold Beer

Business Spotlight: 1 of Us Brewing Company

1 of Us Brewing Company is the new spot in town for beer lovers. Their focus is to produce session beers that have a bold craft touch. The idea behind the brewery is simple: to party all day long by serving a lighter option, for longer drinking enjoyment. Located at...
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Tap List | Several Local Breweries Making Headway on Expansions

As the Kansas City beer scene expands, so are multiple breweries. Here are some exciting updates on local expansions. First, Limitless Brewing in Lenexa announced they have officially closed on the piece of land they intend to build their new brewery at 95th Street and Dice Lane. Limitless has pulled the permits it needs to begin construction, which will be done by Rose Construction.
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UK Artist of the Week: Darling Darling

We’re getting woozy this week with Darling Darling and his infectious new single “Cut To The Chaser,” out now. Based in South England, Darling Darling—aka Matt Bisgrove—is serving up his own take on noughties nostalgia with his latest vibrant single “Cut To the Chaser.” At first listen you can’t help but feel an immediate comparison to fellow Brits The Stone Roses, but upon further investigation, this song is so much more than its influences.

501+ Untapped Beer Blog Name Ideas You Can Pour for Yourself

If you’ve been thinking about starting a beer blog, there’s an audience that wants to learn more about brewing, flavor profiles, ingredients and other details about the beverage. Whether you plan to share home-brew tips or reviews of the latest microbrew, I’ve compiled more than 500 untapped name ideas you can use for a new blog.

All the things you can do with beer instead of drinking it

Beer not only tastes good as an after-work thirst quencher, but can also be used in many ways for other purposes in the kitchen. Sure, most Germans love a cold beer in the beer garden, in front of the TV in the evening or in good company in the pub.

How much money do they make?

Roll the dough!Including Food Network stars Guy Fieri, Bobby Flay When Reed Ramond, Brought a lot of money from hosting its own TV show. Fieri launched the network in 2006. Winning Season 2 Next Food Network Star..His award was a six-episode commitment to his own cooking show, and Guy’s big bite Premiered in June. He is best known for his follow-up series on the channel, Eat and roll drive-in & dive, Debuted in April 2007.

Curiosity peaks at Wonder Aleworks

Wonder Aleworks fits right in with its Midtown neighbors Pizzava and Rum, Sugar, Lime. The brick wall, the outdoor gathering space, the trendy cocktails and bartenders–honestly, it’s a perfect match. Wonder, of course, has its own flair though. Instead of the tropical scene next door, Wonder Aleworks pays homage to...
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The best non-alcoholic beer, wine and spirits

Anyone remember Kalibur? For years it was the only mainstream low alcohol beer available. It was, and remains, a frightful liquid, but it did look like a beer and you could nurse it in a bar without accusatory questions about why you’re not drinking. Thankfully attitudes to sobriety and moderation...

Miller High Life Light

Look: 2.75 | smell: 2 | taste: 2 | feel: 2.75 | overall: 2.25. 32oz can, poured into a nonic pint glass. A - pours a clear gold with a soapy white head that retains well and leaves lots of lacing on the glass. S - Weak aroma overall; grains...

16 Best Cheap Beers to Drink

For many people growing up and being introduced to their first beer, the cheap beer experience is often the best kind of experience. Whether it’s a couple of cold bottles at a family barbecue, or a large keg at a college party, budget beer is the foundation for many great memories.

5 Breweries for a Brooklyn Adventure: A Guide to the Best Beers

Brooklyn is one of the most culturally and socially diverse places in the United States. It’s also home to some of the best beer in the country. We’re here to show you where (and what) to drink while visiting the county, with a few pointers on its brewing history along the way.

What will be hot in beer and cider this Christmas?

Phil Mellows has the latest on what retailers should stock up on for Christmas. The year after the year they cancelled Christmas, it’s likely the drinks world will never be quite the same again, as pandemic lockdowns closed pubs and changed drinking habits. But having missed out on celebrations and...

New Look For Schnucks

There’s plenty new in store for customers of Schnucks Kirkwood, 10233 Manchester Road, now that a total store remodel is complete. Highlights include an updated building exterior and a fresh new look inside, coinciding with a major theme of the remodel: fresh choices. In addition to a new produce department,...

Stone Of Scone Scotch Ale

Look: 3.75 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4. Medium chestnut with some amber highlights. Moderate, sweet dark caramelized malt aroma. Semi-sweet, caramelized malt, with a hint of oak, in the flavor, which leads into a bit of a bite. Finishes with semi-sweet, medium heavy toasted grain.