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chicagonow.com - Chicago Week in Beer, May 17-20
Chicago Week in Beer, May 17-20
ChicagoNow

Could there finally be movement toward a WarPigs brewpub in Chicago? WarPigs was started in 2015 as a joint venture between 3 Floyds Brewing Co. and Danish contract brewer Mikkeller. They opened a brewpub in Copenhagen that year, and a year or two…

stlmag.com - George Mahe - Rockwell Beer Co. to open Rockwell Beer Garden in Francis Park later this summer
Rockwell Beer Co. to open Rockwell Beer Garden in Francis Park later this summer
St. Louis Magazine

× Rendering courtesy JEMA St. Louis has its share of beer gardens (and biergartens), but none as multifaceted as the one that will open later this summer in the St. Louis Hills neighborhood. Locally owned craft brewery Rockwell Beer Co. will…

dailymail.co.uk - Pub chief warns of a BEER shortage ahead of indoor reopening of bars
Pub chief warns of a BEER shortage ahead of indoor reopening of bars
Mail Online

Britons expected to rush back to pubs and bars when measures ease on Monday Pubs and restaurants will be able to reopen indoor areas for first time this year But the boss of leading pub group Young's warns there could be a beer shortage It comes…

businessinsider.com - Emily Canal - How to start a short-term rental business that beats the competition
How to start a short-term rental business that beats the competition
Business Insider

Erica Beers and Rebecca Slivka started out targeting LA business travelers who needed places to stay. Five years later, their properties are a haven for travelers who can work remotely. The pair shared 5 tips, including circuit-breaker boxes and…

thesun.co.uk - Alice Grahns - Fears of pub beer shortage ahead of reopening as brewers struggle with demand
Fears of pub beer shortage ahead of reopening as brewers struggle with demand
The Sun

PUBS face a beer shortage as they plan to reopen for indoor service from tomorrow, the boss of Young's has warned. Around 45,000 pubs will welcome back customers indoors for the first time in more than five months as coronavirus restrictions are…

express.co.uk - Mared Gruffydd - Pub boss warns of beer shortages ahead of hospitality venues reopening indoors tomorrow
Pub boss warns of beer shortages ahead of hospitality venues reopening indoors tomorrow
Express.co.uk

Around 45,000 pubs will reopen indoors for the first time in more than five months tomorrow. This is the next step in the Government's roadmap out of lockdown plans. Millions of Britons are expected to go to the pub tomorrow for a much-deserved…

thechestnutpost.com - Welcome to Belgium's first beer spa
Welcome to Belgium's first beer spa
The Chestnut Post

The ‘Good Beer Spa' in Belgium allows customers to relax in bath mixtures made of hop, yeast, malt and beer, and enjoy unlimited draft beer served from the tap. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters brings you the latest…

dailystar.co.uk - Robin Cottle - Pubs fear beer shortage ahead of indoor reopening as brewers swamped
Pubs fear beer shortage ahead of indoor reopening as brewers swamped
dailystar

Pubs fear there will be a beer shortage as they plan to reopen for indoor service for the first time this year on Monday. Around 45,000 boozers will welcome back customers indoors for the first time in more than five months as coronavirus…

dailystar.co.uk - Emma Parker - Doctor 'gets creative' and offers up free beer in exchange for Covid vaccine
Doctor 'gets creative' and offers up free beer in exchange for Covid vaccine
dailystar

A doctor is urging medics to be “creative” and offer up a free pint or a glass of wine if they get a coronavirus vaccination. The Covid vaccine race is on and with it, some doctors in the US are starting to offer up incentives to…

mlive.com - Michael Kransz | mkransz@mlive.com - Grand Rapids bike shop, outdoors store to offer alcohol, become place 'where adventures are planned'
Grand Rapids bike shop, outdoors store to offer alcohol, become place 'where adventures are planned'
mlive

GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- Faced with ongoing new and used inventory shortages because of the pandemic, owners of a local bike shop and outdoor gear store decided that instead of throwing in the towel, they'd create a place “where adventures are…

theguardian.com - Tony Naylor - We can get a table inside again - but what's the long-term future of restaurants?
We can get a table inside again - but what's the long-term future of restaurants?
The Guardian

Tom Kerridge has spent the pandemic irrepressibly “creating positive vibes”. He threw himself and volunteers from his teams into charitable projects such as Meals From Marlow, which delivered its 100,000th meal in February, and has…

nwitimes.com - Joseph S. Pete - Crown Brewing's The Foamation Project experiments with innovative beers
Crown Brewing's The Foamation Project experiments with innovative beers
nwitimes.com

Crown Brewing has launched The Foamation Project, which lets brewer Tom Klekot experiment with limited batches of innovative beers. The craft brewery at 211 S. East St. in downtown Crown Point has been releasing Foamation Project beers about once a…

ocregister.com - Kelli Skye Fadroski - What it was like at Silverado Showdown, Orange County's first large-scale concert since COVID-19 shutdown
What it was like at Silverado Showdown, Orange County's first large-scale concert since COVID-19 shutdown
Orange County Register

Participants in the pinup competition during the Silverado Showdown pose for photographs at Oak Canyon Park on Saturday, May 15, 2021. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Live music is back, and while most attendees at the…

coventrytelegraph.net - Claire Harrison - Brewery creates brilliantly-named post-lockdown beer ready for May 17
Brewery creates brilliantly-named post-lockdown beer ready for May 17
Coventry Telegraph

A brewery based near Nuneaton has created a brilliant new post lockdown beer ready for restrictions to be eased. Aptly named 'Back in the Habit', the 4.5 per cent ABV has been brewed by Church End Brewery to welcome loyal customers back. It is…

ft.com - Leila Abboud in Paris, Daniel Dombey in Madrid, and Guy Chazan in Berlin - Europe looks hopefully past infection rates to reopen economies
Europe looks hopefully past infection rates to reopen economies
Financial Times

The EU's biggest countries are lifting coronavirus restrictions in the hope that accelerating vaccination programmes will allow a speedier return to normal life. But epidemiologists worry the shift is coming too soon and that progress could yet be…

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