Lambic is the most interesting beer style in the world. It's also the most controversial, surrounded by myths, hype and some of the finest examples of snobbery in the entire world of beer.
The blaze of hype surrounding Ulele's opening set some pretty lofty expectations for its "native-inspired" menu. That it is brewing its own beer in-house piqued my interest.
A question was recently posed to an online beer group that I follow: What percentage of beers that you drink end up as drain pours?
Recently, a friend of a friend, visiting from Sarasota, commented that there aren't any beer bars in St. Pete. She must have realized her mistake as soon as I immediately rattled off a couple dozen competent beer spots that she apparently wasn't aware of.
Eats! American Grill has a concept so simple, it's hard to believe that more places don't do it: Offer a menu of classic American fare produced in an authentic regional manner. This means, for example, that the Philly Cheesesteak is served on an Amaroso roll from Philly and topped with Cheez Whiz. Authenticity as …
The Tampa Bay area is the new hotbed of craft beer as more than a dozen breweries and brewpubs have set up shop with another half dozen in the planning stages.