Christmas Ale French Toast Recipe

Ingredients 1.5 cups half & half 2 oz Xmas Ale 1/3 cup powder Sugar 1/2 tsp oz ground nutmeg 1 tsp Cinnamon 4 ea. large Eggs Unsalted Butter for cooking French toast in a skillet French Bread cut on a bias 1.5 in thick 12 to 16 slices and let stale for a couple...

Beer Brittle Recipe

Beer will always go with food. Pairings as fancy as the “fresh” dinners at Stone Gardens (amazing. So amazing) to the basic beer and enormous greasy pizza or breakfast burrito at 11pm at night.  Where there is beer, there is most always good food. Or passable...

Foundry Social, Your Gathering Place for Spirits, Games and Fun

Foundry Social - website link is opening soon (later this month) featuring 30,000 square feet of entertainment, featuring a variety of games such as duckpin bowling, billiards, bocce, pinball, and ping pong. In addition, a wall of “old school” video games like Pac...
How to Pair Craft Beer with Food

How to Pair Craft Beer with Food

Recently Updated by: Brooke Newberry Cheat Sheet: How to Pair Craft Beer with Food --> Download Pints, Forks & Friends Craft Beer & Food PDF The refreshing thing about newer craft beer culture is that rule breaking is expected and encouraged.  Brewers are...

Oatmeal Brown Beercakes – Beer Me for Breakfast

Oatmeal Brown Beercakes – Beer Me for Breakfast

Pre 1800's, beer was the breakfast of champions. Say what?! Yes friends, in those days the water was far too contaminated. Plus, tea and coffee were not widely available. So our great ancestors broke their fast by knocking back a few brews with all of those delicious...

Spent Grain Pizza Dough Recipe

Spent Grain Pizza Dough Recipe

Spent grains are the leftover malt (grains) after most of its sugars, proteins, and nutrients have been extracted. The spent grains can make up over 80% of a brewery's total by-product. Conscientious brewers like Scott Smith, owner of East End Brewing Co. makes sure...

The Cajun Food Tour with Chef Johnny Schulze

The Cajun Food Tour with Chef Johnny Schulze

Last week we got a text from our friend Chef Johnny Schulze saying he needed to travel down to Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Up here in Ohio we call this "Cajun Country." Johnny was going down there to help move his parents to Florida so the trip was bittersweet... But the...

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