Just out of the subway and trudging through freshly fallen snow, my sights were set on Radegast Hall and Biergarten in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood. Fighting against a bracing wind, I focused on what I thought lay ahead of me: liters of lager brought to tables in bunches by—perhaps—a kind woman in a dirndl, in the... View Article
Full Pints - History The German Beer Garden Tradition Experiences A Resurgence September 5, 2011 - John Holl
Food - Full Pints - Travel Features January 1, 2008 - Kerry J. Byrne
The first problem with butchering pigs is transportation—that is, assuming you don’t live on an actual pig farm, which, admittedly, would be nice.
Full Pints - Live Beer - Travel - Travel Features A Rolling Beer Lover's Odyssey in 15 Parts May 1, 2006 - Staff
(Editor. December 2005: While most of us are busy preparing for the holidays, a band of hearty brew-loving souls is packing its bags and preparing for a journey. The mission: to rediscover one of beer culture’s most cherished places. This Bavarian expedition is being undertaken by 15 noted figures from the world of beer, including... View Article
Full Pints - History - Learn Beer May 1, 2004 - Horst Dornbusch
Although much of beer’s dawn is shrouded in obscurity, we do know that beer is as old as civilization itself. We also know that humans have used two fundamentally different ways of brewing: an ancient way of making beer from bread that was practiced at least until the birth of Christ, and a modern way... View Article
Culture - Full Pints - Live Beer March 1, 2003 - Gregg Glaser
To start at the beginning, and not to create any more confusion than is necessary, there is no country named Holland. There used to be, years ago, but today North and South Holland are provinces in a country named the Kingdom of the Netherlands.