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Boulevard is not new to me at all, but their Tasting Room beers certainly are, as they're only available in mixed 12 packs. Luckily, someone broke one up and a this limited-edition oatmeal stout on the shelves at a local store, and I've actually never reviewed a Boulevard beer properly (I dealt with them on their collaboration with Sierra Nevada called Terra Incognita), so here we go!   Read More >>
The Wine Butler, Mike Pigeon, arrived at our front door the other night carrying two pizzas and a bottle of wine. Now this is what friends are for, I thought to myself. I happily greeted him and hungrily hurried him into the kitchen.   Read More >>
I've been a Maine Beer follower for a couple years now, basically ever since Lunch first blew me away. Though my first MBC beer, like many fans, was their Peeper (or Spring Peeper, as it was originally called), I've tried most of their stuff at this point and more or less been consistently impressed.   Read More >>

CHELMSFORD -- At the new Nobo Restaurant, the "no boundaries" motto applies to much more than food. With a menu boasting dishes such as Kobe beef and American cheese spring rolls, teriyaki-glazed rack of lamb and torched Ahi tuna with shredded   Read More >>

Slumbrew has seemingly been quiet for a while, with very few beer releases in the past half a year or so, and I think the reason behind that may have something to do with the opening of their new beer garden in Somerville.   Read More >>
LOWELL -- On Saturday, March 21, 6-9 p.m., Made in Lowell is partnering with Red Antler Apothecary to present Beards & Brews at Mill No. 5, 250 Jackson St. Besides unlimited craft beer samples and bites, DJ Dan will provide entertainment, there will be a manliest beard and mustache contest with $200 cash prize, and more.   Read More >>
Matthew Mead, The Associated Press
Remember the days when you knew spring was coming by the arrival of asparagus at the grocer? These days, fresh asparagus is available almost all year.   Read More >>
When you open the evening with a sparkling, dry Prosecco and close it with a silky Chianti Classico, you have two key ingredients for una magnifica festa d'Italia (a magificent Italian feast). And so it was recently at Café UTEC (United Teed Equality Center) in downtown Lowell where Chef Sam Putnam, his culinary staff of young men and women, and yours truly combined on an elegant   Read More >>
Winter is still here but you don't have to be. Get into the warm spirits with a delicious island drink like this one at Cappy's Copper Kettle in downtown Lowell. The combination of cranberry, pineapple and coconut will take you away from the bitter cold waiting outside.   Read More >>
Marcio Ramirez had endured a 10-hour flight from Chile, landing in Boston on a cold, wintry February afternoon where the snowbanks were probably taller than most Latin American grapevines. Still, the 44-year-old Concha y Toro winemaker was chipper upon entering the warm, cozy kitchen of Dr. Harvey Finkel's Brookline home.   Read More >>


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