This past Saturday, September 20th, marked the start of Munich’s most famous festival – Oktoberfest! Sixteen days celebrating Bavarian culture, agriculture, and, of course, BEER.
Based on self-imposed elimination diets, I’ve learned that my body has difficulty processing gluten, among other things. Beer is one area where I’ve found some pretty good gluten-free options.
Cellaring beer is a hobby of mine. It started with barley wine. The deep caramel notes on a snowy winter night fill the body with a pleasant warmth.
If there was a contest for most misunderstood beer style the woebegone porter would probably win. IPA’s are perennial favorites, stouts are synonymous with winter, but porters are the forgotten little brother, constantly fighting for attention and respect.
As the new beer buyer at Formaggio Kitchen Cambridge, I will be delving further into an area of food and drink that has fascinated me for a long time.
For your summer enjoyment, we would like to recommend a fantastic six pack from Uinta Brewing in Salt Lake City, Utah – a blonde ale appropriately named Sum’r.