Spring is here and that means festivals and events galore in California’s celebrated wine country. Here are 10 haute wine country happenings taking place this spring in the Napa Valley and Sonoma County that you won’t want to miss.
Search Results for: "brewers"
With over 700 events, SF Beer Week, which goes through February 15th, is certain to be one of the month’s most talked about celebrations in San Francisco.
We weren’t the first to brew it and we won’t be the last, but there’s no doubt that Americans can go blow-for-blow with any European brewery out there. In honor of Sierra Nevada founder Ken Grossman becoming a billionaire, we’re raising a chalice to the elite club of billionaire brewers of America.
Here are things to do, places to drink, and beers to guzzle for New York City’s Oktoberfest 2014.
Eat Drink SF, formerly known as SF Chefs, has announced early- bird tickets to attend the Grand Tasting events, presented by Lexus®. Now in its sixth year, this premiere San Francisco food, wine, and spirits festival, will be held July 27 – August 3, 2014.
More than 3,000 beer enthusiasts filled the Clark County Amphitheater for the second annual Downtown Brew Festival presented by Motley Brews on Saturday. Beer lovers relished in tasty beer-themed treats, exclusive craft beer tastings, and non-stop live music during one of Las Vegas’ largest fall craft beer festivals.
As part of its celebration of food, music, and ideas, Chipotle Mexican Grill has formed a partnership with three local breweries for its 2013 Cultivate Festivals in San Francisco, Denver and Chicago to produce a one-of-a-kind “Cultivate Farmhouse Ale,” a Saison-style beer that it unique…Read The Full Post
Goose Island founder, John Hall, is stepping down as CEO. Hall founded the Chicago company in 1998, though he’s been brewing for nearly 25 years. After building his company from the ground up, starting as a single brewpub, Goose Island was sold to Anheuser-Busch in…Read The Full Post
For the 4th year in a row, San Francisco’s biggest food and wine festival brought the best of the best. A feast for all the senses, SF Chefs was a grand showcase for all aspects of the culinary world.
The festival is nonprofit organization partnering with the Surfrider Foundation and the Loggerhead Marinelife Center to host Palm Beach’s first craft beer festival. The event symbolizes “all things local” with a direct focus on the community’s support of local brewers and distributors