Seef bier (pronounced ‘safe’) was a popular style of beer in and around the Belgian city of Antwerp prior to the outbreak of World War One. It was known as ‘the Champagne of the poor people’ yet its production died out and for many years the recipe was lost.
The Melbourne Salami Festa is a sausage festival held in Thornbury, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. In this interview Carlo Mazzarella, a co-founder of the event, discusses the origins of the Melbourne Salami Festa.
Turtle Bay operates more than 40 restaurants serving Caribbean style cuisine across the United Kingdom. The Durham Turtle Bay restaurant opened in mid-October 2021.
“In Austria craft beer makes up just two to three per cent of the market. Austria is not the USA, where craft beer has a good 12 per cent market share of the beer market. There's a reason. Namely, here in Austria and Germany we've always had a well-maintained beer culture. We had good beers and the tradition lives on strongly here and there wasn't much of a place for craft beer,” said Markus Trinker, creative brewmaster at the Wildshut Stiegl estate.
Sunderland Restaurant Week gives diners opportunities to eat discounted meals in cafés and restaurants for £5, £10 and £15.
The culinary scene on Tyneside is vibrant. From the food trucks that park at the Quayside, for the market held each Sunday, to fine-dining restaurants, Newcastle offers an array of cuisines and dining experiences.
Stuart Forster sips a bottle of Red On beer and interviews Sean Crawford, the founder of DropZone Brewery. During an autumn evening in 2020, Sean Crawford was drinking wine with a friend. By the time they had drained their final glasses of the night, the concept behind DropZone Brewery was sketched out. Sean is a...
The attractive German city of Bamberg is the third largest urban UNESCO World Heritage Site in the European Union and its cathedral holds the tomb of the only pope buried north of the Alps. However, culture and history can wait, I came here for a beer.
Leipzig’s Bayerischer Bahnhof has claims to being the world’s oldest railway terminal. That significant piece of transport history isn’t what drew me here. I’ve come to sample gose, a style of beer brewed onsite in the microbrewery.
“We always have our steak for two on, which we’re proud of — either a chateaubriand or roasted rib with chips and a bearnaise. It might sound a bit boring for a signature dish but it’s something we have on all the time. It’s rooted in that pub ethos of steak and chips. But it’s the best steak you can get, with everything well prepared,” said Guy Manning of the Red Lion Freehouse.