Beer

Move Over, Stout! Guinness Is Brewing an IPA. — Food News

The rise in craft breweries has put a damper on Guinness's profits over the past few years. To counteract that trend, the Irish company has started branching out beyond their classic stout to appeal to a wider range of beer drinkers.

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Recipe: Steak with Drunken Mushrooms & Roasted Blue Cheese Potatoes — Dinner Recipes from The Kitchn

The lure of steak is simply irresistible. Add in beer-soaked mushrooms, caramelized onions, and some fingerling potatoes roasted with blue cheese, and you'll have every neighbor within 300 feet of your front door standing in your kitchen. So lock 'em out, or welcome them in — either way, this 30-minute meal will knock the socks off your local steakhouse.

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Shacksbury’s Traditional Ciders Are the Perfect Drink for Fall — Faith’s Daily Find 08.28.15

Shacksbury Ciders

• $6 to $16

When it comes to fall sipping, for me, hard cider wins out big-time. Classic, Old World-style cider is dry, not too sweet, and marvelous with all sorts of food. Emma, one of our editors, has been pointing the way to a young company in Shoreham, Vermont, that is making this old-fashioned beverage in fresh ways.

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Recipe: Skillet Beef & Ale Pie — Dinner Recipes from The Kitchn

With a luscious ale gravy and a hearty filling of beef and vegetables, it’s no wonder this pie is well-loved by my friends and me. This is comfort food at its finest — a dish that's easy to assemble and can feed one for days, or a whole crowd for the evening.

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11 Common Items You Didn’t Know Could Open a Beer Bottle — Food News

There are few things worse than being stuck at a barbecue or picnic with bottles that require an opener and no opener in sight. Luckily, you can MacGyver almost anything into a bottle opener.

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In Addition to Yoga Pants, Lululemon Now Sells Beer — Food News

What beverage goes best with your favorite yoga class? If you said coconut water, think again.

Lululemon, of see-through yoga pant fame, has partnered with Stanley Park Brewing in Vancouver to debut a new "Curiosity Lager" for the craft beer-drinking yogi.

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