Bier Garden Girl of August
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Port Royal Export

You don’t have to travel to Honduras to have Port Royal Export! This pale lager is refreshing, especially after a bike ride by the water.

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Bar Review: McSorley’s Old Ale House
November 28, 2009 – 2:02 PM | 2 Comments
Bar Review: McSorley’s Old Ale House

In Manhattan’s McSorley’s Old Ale House, a newspaper clipping printed on the back of every menu describes the saloon as “an ancient landmark, a relic of one phase of American life that has passed.” It goes on to praise the then-60 year old bar as a stoic establishment where philosophers can assemble their thoughts over a humble mug of ale and enjoy the sense of permanence in an atmosphere impervious to the rapid changes brought on in the early 20th century. Did I mention that this article was written 96 years ago?

Shootin’ The Boot – A Day for Breaking Records and Crowning Champions
November 28, 2009 – 10:45 AM | No Comment
Shootin’ The Boot – A Day for Breaking Records and Crowning Champions

Around this time of year the sports landscape is dominated by the professional football and basketball along with the collegiate version of both. While football and basketball are still a ways away from anointing their respective champions there were a couple in different sports that were crowned last weekend.

Chef Academy – Rating: B
November 27, 2009 – 8:03 PM | No Comment

Apparently this Jean Christophe Novelli guy can cook; or at least that’s what people that have been to one of his restaurants in London, France, and South Africa think. Now the Frenchman will be taking his lovely and pregnant wife to the U.S. (L.A.) in order to train nine people hoping to learn from the best on their way to becoming the best.

Shootin’ The Boot – Eagles Soar to Victory in Florida as they Qualify for the 2011 RWC
November 27, 2009 – 5:40 PM | No Comment
Shootin’ The Boot – Eagles Soar to Victory in Florida as they Qualify for the 2011 RWC

The Eagles qualified for the Rugby World Cup in 2011 with a solid 27-6 victory over the Los Teros of Uruguay Saturday in front of more than 2000 rugby fans at the Central Broward Regional Park in Lauderhill, Florida.

Fans had to be somewhat concerned going into Saturday’s match again the team from Uruguay. Even though history was on the side of the U.S. which had only lost to the Los Teros once in the last twenty years, they had nearly completed an amazing comeback against the Eagles a week earlier only to fall short by five.

Happy Thanksgiving!
November 26, 2009 – 2:31 PM | No Comment
Happy Thanksgiving!

Bier Magazine wishes you a Happy Thanksgiving!! Try these delicious and simple recipes.

Shootin’ The Boot – Sportsmanship: A Dead and Dying Institution
November 24, 2009 – 5:23 PM | No Comment
Shootin’ The Boot – Sportsmanship: A Dead and Dying Institution

You here about these stories through various media outlets and it becomes a little disheartening. Athletes use to be figures that could be looked up to an admired. Now they are more or less examples of disrespect for society, decency, and in many cases the rule of law. There are, however, a few shining examples you do not hear enough about.

Samuel Adams Releases New 2009 Batch of Utopias
November 24, 2009 – 10:18 AM | No Comment
Samuel Adams Releases New 2009 Batch of Utopias

Samuel Adams Founder and Brewer Jim Koch is inviting drinkers to explore new beer drinking possibilities with the uncapping of the 2009 batch of Samuel Adams Utopias, now available. Over the past 25 years, Koch has been committed to elevating American beer drinkers’ appreciation for full-flavored beer, and changing people’s perception of what beer can be.

Mexican Meatloaf
November 23, 2009 – 9:09 AM | One Comment
Mexican Meatloaf

If you make it right, meatloaf is a juicy treat that tastes even better the next day when you slice it up for sandwiches.

The trick is to make sure the mixture doesn’t get too dry and that means getting the proportion of meat to filler just right.