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Joshua M. Bernstein is the author of The Complete Beer Course (Sterling Epicure, $24.95). You can read more of his writing on his website: http://joshuambernstein.com/
Frosty weather brings the freshest IPAs.
Roasty, complex rauchbiers play well with a variety of cheeses
Germany’s cloudy, fragrant hefeweizen is summer’s signature beer—and a friend to goat’s milk cheeses.
Dark, complex, and once beloved around the world, porter is a winter-friendly dark brew that is poised for a comeback
Excited fans of cheese and beer enjoyed Parish Hill Cheese and local brews at In the Wash in the Crown Finish Caves under Brooklyn’s historic Nassau Brewery
Hard apple ciders aren’t just for autumn, and Michigan’s Virtue Brands is at the forefront of a revolution to prove it
Beers brewed with fruits are the perfect sips for spring.
Ales are the order of the day at Trappist monasteries.
Despite their serious inky tint, Irish dry stouts are easy on the palate
Sample styles of France’ singular farmhouse brew
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