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Untapped Austin Releases Full Beer List
With the presidential campaign of Ted Cruz, the deaths of Prince and David Bowie, and the continual threat of “Becky with the good hair,” 2016 has been a bitch. We all deserve a little day-drinking. Luckily, the Untapped Festival is bringing it this year with 334 beers to help you forget 2016 ever happened.

1:00PM Thu. Apr. 28, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

Oktoberfest in Austin
We know that the original Munich Volksfest is now just a woozy, beer-soaked memory, but Texans can throw Oktoberfest any damn time we want. Sure, some air-conditioned purists break out their dirndls in late September, but we think sausage tastes better without sweaty mustard.

11:45AM Thu. Oct. 15, 2015, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

Looking for Some Hot Stuff
We’ll be straight up with you. This may be a rough day. You’ve spent all week swiping right instead of dealing with monthly reports and important emails. Believe us, your boss noticed. We can’t say you won’t have it coming when you receive that pink slip tomorrow, but we here at the Chronicle want you to have fun tonight.

10:45AM Thu. Aug. 13, 2015, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

It's Grub Trivia Time Again
Round up all those know-it-all foodie friends of yours and start studying that food-stained copy of the Larousse Gastronomique, because it's time for the annual Grub Trivia contest hosted by Slow Food Austin.

2:30PM Wed. Jul. 29, 2015, Virginia B. Wood Read More | Comment »

Billy's on Burnet Hosts Lager Jam 2
Like you, I grew up in a time when lagers were made by dull people for dull people. Consequently, lagers gained an unreasonably awful reputation as America’s languid, sickly sweet, and embarrassingly light-bodied export, which required several minutes of explanation to our foreign friends in our study abroad programs.

11:30AM Wed. Jun. 17, 2015, Eric Puga Read More | Comment »

Support Your Local Farmer at Farmgrass Fest
If our urban farm movement is ever to become as emblematic of modern Austin's zeitgeist as our treasured live music scene, local foodies will need to rally around area farmers in much the same way Austin music fans lavish love on local musicians. Farmgrass Fest 2015 and the VIP gala beforehand are good places to start.

4:20PM Thu. Mar. 26, 2015, Virginia B. Wood Read More | Comment »

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Chef Sonya Coté Fires It Up at the Future Food Dinner
So tomorrow night, Thursday night, is going to be what my wife calls stupid cold.

12:45PM Wed. Mar. 4, 2015, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

4:30PM Thu. Oct. 30, 2014, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Apples to Apples
America's oldest fermented beverage all but died out with Prohibition, but apple cider is experiencing a renaissance nationally and thriving in Austin. As part of Austin Beer Week, local cider artisans will gather on the patio at East End Wines today to share samples of their wares and chat with consumers.

12:30PM Wed. Oct. 29, 2014, Virginia B. Wood Read More | Comment »

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