The Brewery at the Culinary Institute of America was created in partnership with Brooklyn Brewery, which has been a longtime advocate for the better treatment of beer within the American dining scene.
I am the founder of The Brooklyn Brewery, but I owe my success in the beer business to an unlikely country, Saudi Arabia, where people have been publicly whipped and sometimes beheaded for producing and selling alcoholic beverages.
Following a ten-year campaign by beer industry lobbyists, the UK government is reforming the pub tie system, an agreement that forced pub owners to buy markedup beer from large pub companies.
No, no one actually challenged us to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, but of course we’ll dump some iced water on our heads and give a nice, big “Fuck You” to neuromuscular diseases.
I was with the ill-fated UN peacekeeping patrol in Lebanon on April 18, 1980, when they were abducted by Mahmoud Bazzi and a group of militiamen from the Israeli-supported South Lebanon Army.
Make your way down to the Brooklyn Brewery, drink a beer, and listen to our intrepid Editor-in-Chief, Rocco Castoro, speak with war journalist Ashley Gilbertson about the art and science of documenting the trappings of war.
Carla Villa explains why the closure of an obscure government office is keeping you from enjoying the limited release "Fire & Ice".