Yesterday’s beer word of the day was lactobacillus (as in those gross beer lines in Milwaukee). Today’s is Cicerone. And the two are related. I was going to wait a few weeks before writing about the Cicerone Certification Program Ray Daniels is launching. But in the wake of the Milwaukee story, and comments that followed […]
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Salt sommelier? Water sommelier? These job descriptions make beer sommelier seem like less of a stretch, don’t you think? The Los Angeles Times has a story about how the food business is booming, “and with it, there’s a boom in jobs you’ve never heard of.” Consider the specialty Christina Perozzi has carved out for herself. […]
Depending on what you drink and where you eat you might have thought sommelier refers to a mythical character in a fantasy restaurant world. But there seems to be no way these days for a small-batch beer drinker to avoid the concept, and perhaps the physical reality, of a person – whatever you call him […]
This New York Post features Aviram Turgeman, New York’s first beer sommelier. Cheers to Cafe D’Alsace for showcasing beer as much as wine. “I love beer, and we had a lot of great beers at L’Express (the bistro on Park Avenue South he also owns), but no one knew about them,” said owner Simon Oren. […]
MONDAY BEER AND WINE LINKS, MUSING, 05.22.17 Pay no attention to that elephant in the room. More long (and I dare I suggest passionate?) screeds this past week related to AB InBev and buyouts in general. But there is a whole world of beer out there . . . RUSSIA Burnt by the sun. This […]