One of southern New Jersey’s ... heck, one of the East Coast’s foremost authorities on all things beer, Gary Monterosso, was joined by a packed house of local and national brewing and culinary personalities Tuesday night, Nov. 29, at House of Blues’ Foundation Room.
The event celebrated the Upper Deerfield Township resident’s appearance on the new History Channel special “The Epic History of Everyday Things,” which aired Tuesday at 9pm, and announced his soon-to-be-released debut book, Artisan Beer.
An award-winning writer for several national and regional brew publications, and the webcast producer of the series “Still Crazy After All These Beers,” Monterosso’s book (visit burfordbooks.com), examines the complexity, variety and sophistication of today’s craft-brew renaissance.
It informs the reader of the various styles of beer, from ales and lagers to porters and stouts, discusses the pairing of beer with food, and details a “dream team” case of 24 beers every beer lover must find and try.
Visit garymonterosso.com for more.
Golden Nugget partners with Paulaner, an ancient European brewery and originator of Germany’s Oktoberfest, for this year’s Craft Beer Festival.
“This is an aggressive beer,” he says. “You probably won’t like it. It is quite doubtful that you have the taste or sophistication to appreciate an American strong ale of this quality and depth.”
In celebration of this weekend's Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival — which is promoting craft beers and the brewers who create them, we’re going to hop back in our hot tub time machine and explore the start of micro brewing. From the 1920s Prohibition era to 1970s England, there’s a sudsy story that’s led up to this weekend’s Beer Festival.
The seventh annual Celebration of the Suds will have an expanded lineup of Garden State-based craft brewers and bands .
This year’s event runs in conjunction with the inaugural “Lightning on the Water” powerboat racing competition co-sponsored by Geico and Trump Entertainment Resorts, which will have a preview of the boats and racers at Trump Marina on Saturday from 10am-5pm.
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