Tag Archive | beer

Orange Crush Brewmosa

The city is awash in orange and abuzz with excitement for Sunday’s big game. Our Denver Broncos, under the experienced leadership of Mr. Manning, are ready to buck the Panthers. I’m admittedly not a huge football fan in general, but the excitement (for many reasons) of Super Bowl 50 doesn’t escape me. It is, truly, […]

Herbed Beer Bread

I’ve spent the last few months involved in a big, exciting work project. In case you don’t already know, my job marries my passion for food with my love of writing. I wear a few different hats, as I think anyone who works for a growing company does, but a big part of what I […]

A Dandy Shandygaff

Beer cocktails. No other words spark controversy in the world of craft brew aficionados quite like these do. Beer cocktails have gained traction in the United States in recent years, thanks to creative and skillful bartenders. Still, detractors argue, “Why would you want to ruin a perfectly good craft beer?” I used to be one […]

Beef & Stout Stew

Ah, springtime in the Rockies. That glorious time of year when it’s 60 degrees one day, snowing the next morning, and melting by afternoon. I almost held this recipe back as it’s a hearty recipe and would probably be better shared during the cold, dark, can’t-curl-up-without-a-blanket days of winter. But it’s too good not to […]

Elements of Flavor: a conversation with Jorel Pierce

Get Euclid Hall Chef de Cuisine, Jorel Pierce, talking about food and you’ll quickly see why he has been described as ‘innovative.’ A simple question about how he creates unique pairings (featured at events like the annual “Midnight Breakfast”) evolved into a fast-paced, fascinating conversation about the elements of flavor. Pierce grabbed his legal pad and […]

Vacation in a Bowl (Salmon Pasta with Beer Blanc Sauce)

This week Colorado experienced a rare phenomena, days of rain. Unheard of! For those acquainted with the Pacific Northwest, try not to scoff. There are flash floods and you can almost hear the ground groaning with the sheer volume of water. Between our landlocked geography and our 300+ days of sunshine, a point of state […]