Monthly Archives: February 2013

It’s the Grand Cru: the Champagne of Beers!

Although Miller High Life has “Champagne of Beers” printed on the cans, the title truly belongs to North Coast Brewing Company’s Grand Cru. At almost $15 per bomber, a limited release, and 12.9% ABV (alcohol by volume), you really will … Continue reading

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Ensemble VIII—Upcoming Concert Sponsored by North Coast Brewing

North Coast Brewing is proud to sponsor Ensemble VIII, a Renaissance and Baroque a capella ensemble. If you’re in Texas, check out their upcoming concerts! http://www.ensembleviii.org/ Ensemble VIII, under the direction of conductor Dr. James Morrow, will present The Passion … Continue reading

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New York Steaks with Red Seal Marinade

New York Steaks with Red Seal Marinade Ingredients: 4 New York steaks, 12–16 oz. each Marinade: ½ cup olive oil 1 cup Red Seal Ale ¼ cup lemon juice 4 tablespoons soy sauce 4 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce ½ teaspoon Tabasco … Continue reading

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Baritone Monk CD Number 9 on Jazz Week Charts

Baritone Monk by The Claire Daly Quartet, the album that we produced last autumn, is now number nine on the Jazz Week charts! Click here to read about the album and listen to sample tracks. Click here to purchase the … Continue reading

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Good To The Very Last Bite… Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout Chocolate Cupcakes with Salted Buttercream Frosting and Easy Caramel Sauce

We found this photo on the Old Rasputin Facebook page and searched for the baker and photographer, Kristina Chrzanowski. After you read the recipes below, you’ll see that Kristina is an imaginative master baker with an appreciation for North Coast … Continue reading

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The U.S. brewery count keeps on climbing. Raise your glass!

From an article in The Weekly Pint: The American craft beer revolution marches on. From an all-time low of 44 in the late 1970s, the nation is now dotted with some 2,130 breweries changing the way we drink beer every … Continue reading

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