Restaurant Beer and Craft Beer Bars

Craft beer is all the rage, but for most restaurants any beer is a money maker. FSR Beer Editor Jim Galligan writes about the latest trends for in-house breweries, new beers, beer cocktails, food-and-beer pairings, and restaurant cicerones.

 

Beer and Wines by the Glass Gain Volume Through Summer Beer and Wines by the Glass Gain Volume Through Summer

According to data from GuestMetrics LLC, on-premise beer trends have improved in the latest four weeks, benefitting from the World Cup and driven by improvement in bars.

Beer Veterans Launch San Diego Brewery and Restaurant Beer Veterans Launch San Diego Brewery and Restaurant

Southern California Hospitality veteran Jon Mangini of URBN Restaurants Inc.

The Tastes of Time The Tastes of Time

Vintage brews age beautifully in cellars, enhancing flavor profiles to take beers from good to great.

Carnival Cruise Lines to Serve Florida Brews

Capitalizing on the growing popularity of craft beer in the U.S., Carnival Cruise Lines has entered into an exclusive agreement to offer Tampa-based Cigar City Brewing’s craft beers on all of its Florida-based ships.

Corona Light Sales are Heavy at Tin Lizzy's Corona Light Sales are Heavy at Tin Lizzy's

It’s no surprise to anyone who has been to a Tin Lizzy’s location in Atlanta that the local cantinas are quite popular with the young, hip, beer-drinking crowds.

Brewpub Opens Doors in Evanston, Illinois Brewpub Opens Doors in Evanston, Illinois

Smylie Brothers Brewing Company will celebrate its grand opening Tuesday, June 24, at 4 p.m. The 200-seat brewpub in Evanstan, Illinois, will serve craft beer, Texas-style barbecue, wood-fired pizza, and Midwestern comfort food to downtown Evanston. 

Current Trends in Glassware: Adding Class with Glass Current Trends in Glassware: Adding Class with Glass

One of the hottest trends to hit drinkware in recent years was the Mason jar, a popular vehicle for all types of beverages, from iced tea to bourbon, and across all geographic regions.

Father’s Day Brings Out the Meat and Beer Father’s Day Brings Out the Meat and Beer

Father’s Day is the third-most popular day for dining out, behind Mother’s Day and Valentine’s Day, according to the National Restaurant Association, and while Mother’s Day menus sway toward elegant brunches and Mimosas, Father’s Day menus often head in a different d

One Year In: A Belgian Chef Leaves his Mark on D.C. One Year In: A Belgian Chef Leaves his Mark on D.C.

In chef/owner Bart Vandaele's B Too, a giant portrait of a pig snout hangs on one of the walls, peeking out cheekily from behind amber curtains. The snout sits above a corner of the restaurant, perhaps sniffing the guests' waffles or oinking at their selections.

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