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Flavorman Top Beverage Flavor Trends For 2018

The flavor forecast for 2018 is shaping up to be full of ooey, gooey goodness. Maple, famous for its complex sweetness and unmatched flavor,  is not only a uniquely North American ingredient, it is the top trending flavor for the... Continue Reading →

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Last Minute ‘Where To Eat & Drink’ on New Year’s Eve in Los Angeles

Here's the short list.  We recommend you call or visit the websites of these locals to be sure they're not fully booked! Ocean Prime, Modern American, seafood-centric steakhouse, located in the heart of Beverly Hills is offering a special menu... Continue Reading →

Regenerative ‘Superwheat’ Debuts in Long Root Ale

Kernza a “superwheat” perennial grain derived from an ancient form of wheatgrass is making its debut via Long Root Ale, a Northwest-Style Pale Ale made in partnership with Patagonia Provisions and Hopworks Urban Brewery in Portland, Oregon. Long Root Ale... Continue Reading →

Your West Coast BEERCATION Starts at SLO Brew

There are people who love craft beer and people who love vacations, and for those who love both, there are Beercations. Leading the west coast craft beer movement, SLO Brew is opening a trio of new venues this spring, at... Continue Reading →

“What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas”…except in Coachella

Coachella gets an extra buzz this year as Las Vegas extends the essence of What Happens Here, Stays Here (WHHSH) and adult freedom, with an unveiling of  its limited edition #WHHSH Beer this month during the music and arts festivals in... Continue Reading →

1ST Annual BBQ & Beer Festival Santa Clarita

A New Festival to Enjoy Craft Beers and Delicious BBQ The BBQ & Beer Festival, in Santa Clarita on Friday and Saturday, May 6-7, will highlight the best in BBQ and BBQ sauces from around the state and beer. Saturday’s event will... Continue Reading →

St. Patty’s Day Prep: Toast-worthy Beer Facts

Do you have any idea what the world’s strongest beer is for example? Or which president had their very own private brew house? For stateside amber nectar fans planning on going head to head with a leprechaun on March 17th... Continue Reading →

Burbank Beer Festival Premieres October 17th!

Get thirsty! The inaugural Burbank Beer Festival will be taking over the streets of Downtown Burbank for one day, on Saturday, October 17, 2015. A first of its kind, the Burbank Beer Festival will celebrate the arrival of the autumn season, and... Continue Reading →

Come and Get It! Tacos & Beer at Fifth Floor Gallery

Join Fifth Floor Gallery, September 5 through October 3, for  Tacos & Beer, a two person exhibition of recent works by Los Angeles-based artists Dale Dreiling and Billy Kheel. Hand-made and painted using different mediums, these sculptural and 2-D works... Continue Reading →

Sunday Extra: How Much Did That Beer Cost?

Do you know what’s the world’s cheapest beer? How about the most expensive? Of all the Beer consuming countries in the world would you believe the United States isn't the highest on the list for 'hitting the bottle?'  In fact, we're... Continue Reading →

Gia Reviews: ‘Derby Day’ at The Elephant Theatre

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Win  Place  Show Dad's dead and it's Derby Day at the Oaklawn Racing Festival. Let's not celebrate his life or his death.  Bury the bastard and get drunk instead. Three hard knocks brothers... Continue Reading →

Bowling Is Back in Costa Mesa and You’re Invited!

In 5 short days, a new Costa Mesa hot spot will be upon us!  The well-known Tavern + Bowl of San Diego is opening their first ever Orange County location and it’s sure to be a hit! The Grand Opening takes place... Continue Reading →

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