The Big Tap In means big business.
The Big Tap In has evolved into a weeklong celebration of craft beer.
A Geneva, Ohio, winery takes the challenge and wins.
Some board members expressed reservations about the blizzard bags
Brian Fry the Wine Guy heads to California’s Napa Valley.
A downtown restaurant has a commitment to wine.
A local wine pioneer helped change the industry in the Valley.
France and the United States have great sparkling wine options.
Color this skeptic converted by Rainbow Nation wines.
He faces several charges
Prosecco and Moscato have become very popular.
Choose from six wildly different summer suds.
Valley Vino will host a top winery at Avalon at Squaw Creek.
Sales of white wine increase during the summer, statistics show.
More than 250 beers were offered at this year's event.
A GRAPE EXPERIENCE
Irish brews are celebrated by beer enthusiasts all year and by the rest of the population on St. Patrick's Day.
Enjoy some wine with the one you love
December is a month full of celebrations for most Americans. Holiday gatherings with friends and family, company parties and the annual New Year’s Eve celebration give us many occasions to enjoy a little more of the good life than we normally do.
We all cherish the great holiday meals family and friends share each year at this time.
The Magic Tree Pub and Eatery has something for all Valley lovers of beer, wine and spirits. The menu is impressive, and their staff is knowledgeable and eager to engage in conversation about what they offer.
Millions of beer lovers flock to Munich, Germany, each fall to participate in Oktoberfest.
Brian Henderson’s Best Values Marchese Montefusco Grillo. St. Supery Elu. Le Bine
The Valley is fortunate to have many passionate and dedicated wine professionals working in restaurants and retail shops. These professionals provide great insight and assistance to local wine buyers.
Each year in June, large and small breweries across the world release their summer seasonal beers.
When I talk with Mahoning Valley wine and beer lovers about where they make their purchases, there is always a wide variety of answers.
The growth of the wine industry in Ohio has been impressive and recently rapid, and the quality and variety of wines produced have also increased during this time.
As part of my work in the beverage world, I have attended hundreds of beer and wine tastes over the last decade. There is no doubt in my mind that Saturday’s Big Tap In at the Covelli Centre stands above the crowd as an incredible event for those who love craft and micro beer.
This valley is blessed with a lot of strong connections to European cultural and family traditions.
When beer lovers think of the great brewing traditions from around the world, several countries come to mind: Germany, Belgium, England, and The United States of America (George Washington brewed his own), and of course Ireland.
You can tell a lot about a restaurant’s commitment to and appreciation of wine when you first walk through its door.