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By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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F&W Drinks

New Zealand Beer, Whiskey Sours and an Orange Soda Alternative

Coffee, wine, beer, cocktails—if it’s made well and it’s potable, then F&W editors will drink it. Here's what we tried this past week.


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FAT READS

Why Tupperware Rocks & Raw Beef Rules

Steak tartare at Paley's Place in Portland, OR.

Here, a weekend's worth of reading about all things raw and cooked, from the glory of beef tartare to the controversial US-China chicken trade. Plus a celebration of the ever-awesome Tupperware.

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The Usual

Portland is Brewing Amazing French-Style Farmhouse Ales

Chef Aaron Barnett of St. Jack is all about local Portland, Oregon, breweries like Breakside. 

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where to go next

4 Best Places to Get a Beer in San Diego

Beer at Ballast Point

Stone Brewing launched San Diego’s craft beer scene almost 20 years ago; now there are nearly 100 producers. Here, 4 worth seeking out.

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The Usual

If a Rye Beer and an IPA Had a Delicious Baby

Chef Kelly Liken, whose eponymous restaurant is one of the best in Colorado, exclusively drinks beer from her state.

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Drink This Now

7 Sour Beers You Need to Know

Here are 7 cult sours that Bluejacket’s Greg Engert thinks everyone ought to taste.

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Fat Reads

Pig's Blood, Punk Rock & Cheap Beer: Hanging Out with Badass Chefs

Catch up on a weekend's worth of reading in 30 seconds or less!

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The Usual

Two St. Louis Beers to Drink Today

Chef Kevin Nashan of St. Louis’s Sidney Street Café is a huge supporter of the local brewery scene. “We have a ton of microbreweries that do some dynamite, kickass stuff,” he says. 

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Drink This Now

Why Sour Beer is the Most Exciting Brewing Trend Right Now

Tart, zingy and funky, sours are the brews of the moment. F&W’s Megan Krigbaum visits a sour beer visionary.

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Hotel Intel

4 Hotels Making Rooftop Honey Beers

Urban beekeeping went from hipster chic to mainstream when the first big hotel chain hired an apiarist. Now, hotels that are housing thousands of bees on their rooftops are adopting yet another hipster trend and brewing their own honey-infused beers.

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