Food & Drink

New Belgium’s Glutiny

Loud and proud, New Belgium has declared mutiny on gluten. For decades, New Belgium has been a leader in the craft beer revolution, and it …

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Orlison Brewing’s Toasted Dragon Beer (Review)

In all honesty, the Toasted Dragon from Orlison Brewing is not the right beer for everyone. It is not light and sweet like a blonde …

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DOMA’s “GOOD COFFEE” Supports Clean Water

Clean water makes good coffee. As basic as that sounds, that’s all it took for DOMA Coffee Roasting Company to come up with the design …

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Carabiner Coffee: Spreading the Stoke One Cup at a Time

A carabiner is an imperative component in outdoor recreation. It holds climbers to the wall. It helps in river rescues. It keeps things together on …

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North Idaho Cider (review)

As craft brewing continues to grow and refine across the country, the art of hard cider making is also experiencing a resurgence. At North Idaho …

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No-Li Brass Monkey (Review)

If the Beastie Boys was the first thing you thought about when you read the title of this beer, you’re not alone. It was a …

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Summit Cider Tap Room Opens in Coeur d’Alene

If you are gluten free or just seeking a delicious drink to enjoy in addition to beer and wine, look no further than Summit Cider, …

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New Belgium Slow Ride: A “Sessionable” IPA

After a long day, a cool Slow Ride IPA is one of the best ways to unwind. Slow Ride by New Belgium Brewing takes a …

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Iron Goat Brews Available in Bottles + An Interview with the Iron Goat

Word on the street is that it’s possible to “interview” the Iron Goat that rests on the bar of the Iron Goat Brewery tasting room. …

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Downdraft Brewing Opens Taproom in Post Falls

The project of two home-brewing couples, Downdraft Brewing Co. opened its doors November 1, 2014. Downdraft features a total of eight taps ranging from dark …

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