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Why You Should Get to Know Italian Beer (and 9 Must-Try Bottles)

When you picture Italy, it's likely you're envisioning tender strands of pasta and intensely-flavored vegetables, plates of luscious cured meat, and glasses full of wine: all products of the country's unique soil, climate, and culture. But these days, you'd be missing an element that's recently been electrifying Italy's food scene: craft beer. More

9 Outstanding Barrel Aged Beers

You've seen the term 'barrel aged' all over your local beer shop. Barrel aged stout, barrel aged barleywine, barrel aged IPA...you name it. But what are you getting when you pick up a bottle? For the most part, a barrel aged version of a beer is going to be a fuller flavored—and generally more expensive—version of the base beer, in part thanks to the flavors imparted by the barrel itself (and whatever booze lived in that barrel before your beer.) Here are 9 of our favorites. More

9 Great Food-Friendly Imperial Beers

As the weather chills, and what you eat becomes more indulgent, so can what you drink. These beers can bring out harmonies in food flavors, tame spice, cut through richness, and cleanse your palate, all matching the intensity of anything on your plate. More

Roast Broccoli for a Creamy Soup Filled With Fall Flavors

That looks delicious!

12 Must-Try Farmhouse Ales

@cheeseplate&saison - You're right about the regions of Flanders and Wallonia currently, but for the origins I was referring to the former County of Flanders that included Belgium as well as what are now parts of France and The Netherlands. (P.S I love all 3 of the breweries you mentioned but wish I could get them in NY)

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