Words, words, words. It’s been a banner season for writing, my friends, what with another book on the horizon and whatnot. Curious about what I’ve written lately? Wildly bored at work? Both? Here’s your chance to kill time and take a deep dive into my mind. And if you’re a publicist, for the last time, I don’t write about wine.
The New York Times, “Beer Makers Who Used Other Breweries Are Opening Their Own”: Why gypsy and contract brewers are opening up brick-and-mortar outposts.
The New York Times, “11-Hour Lines for a New Ale? Fans Wait, Breweries Worry”: Double IPAs make folks do the darndest things.
The New York Times, “Why Settle for a Brew When There’s a Whole Brewery?”: On the newest batch of breweries to pop up in New York City.
Imbibe, “Blonde Ambition”: Why brewers are embracing blonde ales.
Imbibe, “’Tis the Season for Holiday Beer”: Why do folks go so crazy for Christmas beer?
Good Beer Hunting, “The Skyline’s the Limit”: On drinking beer 60 feet above New York City, with detours into porn and 9/11.
Draft, “Hip Hops”: Having ridden freight trains and managed a record label, Brooklyn’s spirited Jesse Ferguson faces his newest adventure: running NYC’s next great brewery and distillery.
Men’s Journal, “Rosé by Another Name”: Beer and cider are tickled pink, too.
Wine Enthusiast, “The Foggy and Flavorful World of Unfiltered Beer”: I dive deep into the haze craze.
Wine Enthusiast, “Discover Second Runnings: Small Beers With Big Flavors”: Who knew? Smaller is sometimes better.