Archive for July 2010
Pairing No. 9: What’s New?

Pairing No. 9: What’s New?

David | Blog | July, 28 2010 | 4 Comments

Jasper Hill Farm has a new cheese in distribution. Moses Sleeper is a luscious bloomy rind named after another historical figure. Moses Sleeper was killed in 1871 along with Constant Bliss while guarding the trail that led to the area of Vermont near what is now the Jasper Hill farm and creamery. Constant Bliss is [...]

Barleywine: Meet it While You Can

Barleywine: Meet it While You Can

David | Blog | July, 20 2010 | 4 Comments

Craft Beer’s creation of the Imperial IPA has been a wonderful development for the average American beer geek, but it hasn’t been without its charcoal lining. For one, the market has been soaked with an abundance of big, overly hopped IPAs  that really just aren’t that great. I have never tasted any of them, but so I’ve been [...]

New Belgium + Marion Street Cheese Market = One Sweet Beer Dinner

New Belgium + Marion Street Cheese Market = One Sweet Beer Dinner

David | Blog | July, 16 2010 | No Comment

New Belgium brewer Eric Salazar was at Marion Street Cheese Market this week for a beer dinner that was among the best I have ever enjoyed. The courses included a cherry-walnut salad paired for resonance with Transatlantic Kriek, a cheese course of Brigid’s Abbey and Belgian Blonde, and a rabbit and gnocchi dish with NB Trippel. [...]

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