- Best Super Bowl Chicken Wings and Beers
- Cuba's Running Out of Beer
- New High-Protein, Low-Calorie Beer Targets Gym Goers
- From Boy Band to Brewering: Taylor Hanson Talks Mmmhops, Craft Beers & Cooking
- Scientists Think Hops Could Help Fight Cancer
- Pay-to-Play Scandal Rocks Craft Beer World
- A Tiny Slovenian Town Is Building a Beer Fountain
- Could Israel Be the World’s Next Craft Beer Hub?
- Another Reason Why Beer is Good for You: It Boosts Blood Flow!
- How to Give the Gift of Cool Beer Labels
Dear Mr. Larry Bell,
Perhaps it may seem that everything a person could ever want is here for the buying in New York City, but you and I both know that that is not the case. What New York lacks is a supply of beer from Bell's Brewery. While I would be thrilled to see even one of your brews in my bodega's refrigerator, this time of year it's Oberon-that wheat beer embodiment of summertime-that I yearn for the most.
This yearning is especially strong after having spent the July 4th holiday weekend in northern Michigan, where the Oberon flowed by bottle and pint. The highlight of my summer thus far was a pitcher of that hazy orange-scented Oberon on the patio at Art's Tavern in Glen Arbor accompanied by both burgers and friends. I would like to recreate that moment on balconies across New York-to share with the unlucky bunch that has not yet sipped anything from Bell's.
I've heard rumors that the reason we don't have access to your beers is because you're not keen on this city, but our craft beer-loving residents would be thrilled to welcome you (or, more specifically, your Oberon) with chilled glasses and orange slice garnishes.
What do you say?