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Re-Cap: Taste of Beverly Hills

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Taste of Beverly Hills

September 2, 2010 might’ve quietly come and gone in your neck of the woods, but in the world’s most famous zip code, 9.02.10 was a pretty big deal. To commemorate the date, Beverly Hills joined with Food & Wine magazine to throw a four-day party: The first ever Taste of Beverly Hills.
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FTW: Fatted Calf Craft Beer Sausages

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Fatted Calf Charcuterie

Miller Highlife Sausages or Plinywurst?

All summer Hillshire Farms has been assailing unsuspecting craft beer lovers with commercials for their brats boiled in Miller High Life. What in the world is a hungry craft beer obsessed individual to do? The answer, seek out quality links made from the finest heirloom pork and imbued with, you guessed it, craft beer.

At Northern California’s beloved temple of pork the Fatted Calf you can buy craft beer links made with everything from a seasonal brew by 21 Amendment to Russian River Brewing Company’s highly-coveted Pliny the Elder. According to Fatted Calf owner, Taylor Boetticher, they switch the type beer up weekly and only use heritage pork from either Hudson Ranch or Heritage Foods USA, which makes for one amazing craft sausage.

You can find Fatted Calf Craft Beer Links at the following locations:

  • The Oxbow Public Market, 644c First Street Napa
  • Berkeley Saturday Farmer’s Market, Center Street between Martin Luther King Jr. Way and Milvia Street
  • Ferry Plaza Saturday Farmer’s Market, 1 Ferry Building
  • Coming soon to Hayes Valley.

Check out Fatted Calf on Facebook.



Washington Wine for Washingtonians

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Washington State Wine Pass

All through September and October, the Washington State Wine Commission has organized “World-Class Wine in Your Own Backyard” promotion, their first ever, targeting Washingtonians.  The promotion features over 70 Washington restaurants, more than 50 winery tasting rooms and 9 retail stores offering up sweet deals on WA Wines such at 50% off bottles of wines. See the full post »



Baltimore Beer Week 2010: Predicted To Be Most Epic Yet

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Baltimore Beer Week

As the summer days wane here in the Mid-Atlantic, most folks go from wanting to get the last swim in at the beach, to setting up the kids to return to school, then decorating the yard for fall/Halloween. There are a good number of people though, who start looking forward to Baltimore Beer Week, which is in early October. See the full post »



Mutineer Blog Contributor Spotlight: Erin Jimcosky

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Erin Jimcosky

You probably have noticed by now that we have a lot of new faces regularly posting on the Mutineer blog. We recently recruited [read: brainwashed] some young, fresh and talented fine beverage revolutionaries to “Join The Mutiny.” And instead of letting these wild kids hide behind their tiny avatars, we decided to put them in the spotlight.

Erin Jimcosky is Mutineer Magazine’s Food Editor and resident expert on cooking with booze. When she’s not being forced to slave over recipes for the magazine, Erin tempts our ravenous appetites with her creative culinary concoctions at The Endive Chronicles.

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PubCakes = Beer + Cupcakes FTW!

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PubCakes
PubCakes is a new baking venture in San Diego, CA that combines two of the world’s greatest ingredients: beer and cupcakes.

“I am often asked how I came up with the idea to combine beer and cupcakes. PubCakes started with a love of beer and a desire to share it with others. Chocolate stout cakes have been around for a while, but I couldn’t find mention of any other beers being used for baking cakes. So to fill a semester off of school, I spent my free time playing in the kitchen with cupcakes and beer. Amazingly, it worked! I would bring them out to my friends at different bars, until I became known as the cupcake girl.” — Misty Birchall, PubCakes founder. See the full post »



The Happening: Seattle Muscadet (and Oysters) Month

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Seattle Muscadet Month

The Loire Valley Wine Bureau is hosting an all out Muscadet Month in the city of Seattle. Muscadet, originates from the city of Nantes in the West Coast of the Loire Valley, which has a lot in common with its sister city of Seattle. Both are coastal and known for their shellfish. It only seems fitting to bring the Loire Valley “oyster wine” over to Seattle to match with the bountiful offerings of its local oyster farms. Muscadet is an undisputed perfect pairing for oysters, and will be the feature at 18 Seattle area restaurants from September 15th to October 15th. See the full post »



Michael Mina To Open RN74 Restaurant in Seattle

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Michael Mina's RN74 San Francisco

Michael’s Mina’s RN74 San Francisco

Michael Mina, American celebrity Chef of Egyptian origins, plans to bring his RN74 restaurant concept to the Seattle Area. RN74, a French themed restaurant located in San Francisco, will likely be given a slight Northwest twist, featuring local and sustainable ingredients. Michael Mina employs one of America’s most highly regarded Sommeliers, Rajat Parr, as company wine director. With such celebrated talent at the helm, you can be sure RN74 will bring both award winning food and wine to the flourishing Seattle restaurant scene in the Spring of 2011. You can follow Raj Parr tweets about wine via @RN74, as well as their newly established Seattle account @RN74Seattle.



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