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The N.E.(w.) IPA

August 8, 2017

For the majority of my time as a drinker of great American beer, when it came to IPA and Pale Ale, it was always West Coast style. Think of...Read More



Other Dining Stories

Embrace The Wit

Wheat beers come in a variety of types, but the majority of original styles come from either Germany or Belgium. Regardless of country, the...Read More



The Summer Of Kölsch

I know in recent weeks I have been trumpeting the horns of many big time beers. Double IPAs, Old Ales, a crazy curry Imperial Stout. There...Read More



We All Scream For Gelato

Earlier this year, Kelly Chu, co-owner of one of West Ashley’s favorite and most-lauded restaurants, Red Orchids, shocked the gelato world...Read More



Pilsner For Your Summer

With summer nearly upon us, I’ll continue the discussion from last week and look back to the origins of the beer we call pilsner. This effervescent,...Read More



A Taste of Philly

The lunch rush is still winding down at 2 p.m. on a Wednesday, but Danny Bailey manages to slide off the line, still in his apron, to chat...Read More



America’s Jazzy Pilsners

I’ve recently been watching Ken Burns’ 10-part documentary Jazz from PBS. Now, to many of you, I suspect that sounds like 10 hours of...Read More