Berkeley’s Most Interesting Brewery Will Leave a (Pleasantly) Sour Taste in Your Mouth
Meet the Berkeley brewery that only makes sour beer.
Meet the Berkeley brewery that only makes sour beer.
Could a diet of nothing but water actually be healthy?
Though Dogfish Head currently produces 33 beers, 65 percent of their sales come from their five "continuously hopped" IPAs: the 60, Sixty-One, 75, 90 and 120 Minute.
Can you really get Pappy Van Winkle bourbon by mixing W.L. Weller 12 and Old Weller Antique? We mixed up some "Poor Man's Pappy" for ourselves.
From the Archives: You never know when things might take a turn for the worse. Match up to your skill level and ensure you've got the right basic survival gear with our survey.
From the Archives: Although they're monstrously strong and typically expensive, Russian Imperial Stouts push the flavor intensity spectrum, offering a look at the sultry, heady, muscly side of beer. For those willing to experiment, they offer a variety of smells, flavors and textures found in few other styles of beer.
Some chili peppers are more sweet than spicy, better suited to date night than a chest-beating contest with the boys. To learn more about the tamer varieties, we took a walk to the Chelsea Fruit Market. These are ones that interest us and our admittedly fragile tastebuds.
We sit down with Eric Wallace of Left Hand Brewing and Brett Joyce of Rogue Ales to talk about brewing technology, stout glasses and Miley Cyrus.
Originally brewed in Wallonia, the French-speaking region of Belgium, as a summer treat for farmers who spent hours under the hot sun, saisons often taste spicy, earthy and yeasty, and contain ABV levels that typically run between 4% and 8.5%. Other than a glass of ice water, they’re about as refreshing a drink as you can get on a hot summer day. Here are seven favorites.
From the Archives: Consoles don't provide much in the way of portability (anyone else ever own this masterpiece of engineering?), and grown men carrying Gameboys often attract the wrong kind of attention, but mobile games offer interactive experiences on the devices that most of us carry every day. They allow us a bit of serenity when we need it most -- in the airport, on the subway, at a questionable mid-life Bris. Here, we've provided a list of 50 of the best games made for iOS. Play at the risk of your relationship.
From the Archives: Nostalgia makes the original Sonic an appealing option for summer fun, but tracking down a Sega Genesis is easier said than done. We provide a few modern workarounds to help you play your favorite retro titles from the NES, SNES, Nintendo 64, Sega Master System, Dreamcast and Saturn.
For the past 18 years, agave-mogul Enrique Fonseca Cerda has been aging the world's oldest tequila. We headed down to the NoMad, Manhattan, for a taste.
It's almost summer, which means that you'll finally have some time to finish the dog-eared copy of Infinite Jest that you started (with best intentions, we're sure) four years ago. Though if you wanted to read one of these instead, no one blames you.
First impressions go a long way in this world, and Jeff Carvalho knows it. The 39-year-old cofounder of the men's style and lifestyle site Selectism presents himself like a real-life version of Robert Downey Jr's Tony Stark: intelligent, well-dressed, confident. People listen when he talks. Or maybe they listen because he tells great stories. Or because he's the kind of guy that can go out for a night of karaoke and wind up sitting in Big Boi's living room.
This week in culture: new Freddie Mercury vocals, a secret Freemason's lodge, the world's worst waiter and much more.
Nostalgia makes the original Sonic an appealing option for summer fun, but tracking down a Sega Genesis is easier said than done. We provide a few modern workarounds to help you play your favorite retro titles from the NES, SNES, Nintendo 64, Sega Master System, Dreamcast and Saturn.
This week in culture: beautiful bus stops, a new McDonald's mascot, an interview with Mel Brooks and much more.
'Tis the season for lazy Saturdays, day hikes and easy drinking saisons, session IPAs and pale ales. Put some fire to that charcoal and crack open a cold one -- one of these six would be fine.
This week in culture: Claymation, diamond thief roommates, the Santa Maria discovered, mind-controlled arms and much more.
If you haven't yet joined the home brew revolution, you're missing out on a lot of fun. We test out one starting point, the one gallon home brew kit from Northern Brewer.
We try Tej, an Ethiopian honey wine brought to the United States by gypsy brewer and recipe reviver Lost Tribes Beverage.
This week in culture: gargantuan statues, Mad Men set design, a meal replacement not made from people and more.
You never know when things might take a turn for the worse. Match up to your skill level and ensure you've got the right basic survival gear with our survey.
We love outdoor adventures, but sometimes they don't love us back. Five GP staffers discuss their scariest run-ins with the elements.
When Gilad Wolf couldn't get around his farm in a conventional wheelchair, he invented the SoftWheel, a retrofittable wheel with built-in suspension.
NASA's newest spacesuit, the Z-2, departs from past designs and even used crowd sourcing (for a few minor bits). We break down its features.
Oh, you were planning on taking a few shots? Celebrate the Fifth of May with these five tequila cocktails instead.
Vodka has recently undergone a renaissance, thanks in part to distillers from around the world who take advantage of native ingredients and traditional distilling methods to put their own unique twists on the drink. These seven from around the globe offer a unique range of flavors and styles.
This week in culture: betting the Kentucky Derby, The Simpsons get Lego'd, a $119,000 around-the-world trip and more.
Apparel with the technical specs to keep you snug and dry on the trail doesn't have to look out of place the minute you leave the wild. Exhibit A: these 10 adventure shirts.
Back in 2011, when Lytro introduced the Light Field, critics gasped in amazement at the camera's ability to refocus pictures after the shutter snap... and in horror at the angular, boxy design. Lytro updated and repackaged their technology as the Illum, which represents their first real foray into the consumer market.
1800 Milenio represents a departure from the traditional tequila aging process: instead of white oak, 1800 lets the Milenio spend five years in French oak Cognac barrels. Is it a victorious marriage? Si. Or is it oui?
This week in culture: Bruce Meyers's secret garage, Shakespeare's 450th, a beer trick from Boston Brewing's Jim Koch and much more.
Consoles don't provide much in the way of portability (anyone else ever own this masterpiece of engineering?), and grown men carrying Gameboys often attract the wrong kind of attention, but mobile games offer interactive experiences on the devices that most of us carry every day. They allow us a bit of serenity when we need it most -- in the airport, on the subway, at a questionable mid-life Bris. Here, we've provided a list of 50 of the best games made for iOS. Play at the risk of your relationship.
This Week in Culture: Pulitzer Prizes, a New Age bullshit generator, a whole lot of robots and more.
Thanks to contemporary authors like George Saunders and Jennifer Egan, short stories have recently been getting the attention they deserve. Here are five more authors who honor the form.
We visited the New York Antiquarian Book Fair with a single question: in an age of $1.99 Kindle Singles, why would a book cost thousands, or even hundreds of thousands, of dollars?
This Week in Culture: the birth of the Slurpee, living in a cult, Julia Louis-Dreyfus gets naked and much more.
Since 2010, several iOS games have tried to match Infinity Blade's incredible combination of artistry and narrative, our favorites being The Room and Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP. On April 3rd, 2014, a new challenger stepped into the arena: Monument Valley, an M.C. Escher-inspired puzzle game made by indie developers ustwogames.
There's a time for relaxing with a good craft beer, but this year's Malted Madness tournament was not one of them. It took a great deal of humility, but we shelved our self-proclaimed beer snobbery for the sake of a single question: what's the best mass market beer available? It wasn't easy, but we got an answer, and some other cool articles, besides.
This Week in Culture: High flying Air France ads, a tournament of books, David Letterman's retirement and much more.
In our own beer cellar, we've got a couple bottles of Brooklyn Black Ops, a Firestone Walker Parabola and a Perennial Abraxus -- all great beers, but we could use a few additions. For some new suggestions, as well as some tips on beer aging, we contacted our friends at The Cannibal NYC, who run extensive cellaring collections, both personally and professionally.
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