Soups, Stews and Brews, Oh My!

Written by Abi Safago | Monday, 25 November 2019 14:35 |

It’s finally that time of year, when the best comfort foods of all varieties come out. Yet as the weather dips below freezing, we especially turn to a seasonal favorite: soup.

X-mas Ale Alternatives: Savoring the season without clove and cinnamon

Written by Jack Raymond | Monday, 25 November 2019 14:32 |

Christmas always comes too early. The jingle bells on Halloween, the nativity scenes preceding Thanksgiving feasts — our capitalist machine thrives on yuletide fever.

In today’s world, perhaps the greatest gift anyone can offer is an escape — from technology, from the stresses of life, from the world at large. 

Bold and Boozy: Revue’s stout taste-off

Written by Josh Veal | Monday, 28 October 2019 14:07 |

When the autumn winds blow in, there are two ways to warm oneself: from the outside and from within. For the former, we have coats and blankets. For the latter, we have stouts.

Poultry Paradise: Heavenly chicken sandwiches in West Michigan

Written by Josh Veal | Wednesday, 25 September 2019 15:39 |

Popeye’s chicken sandwich was so powerful, the national chain was thrown into chaos for a solid week. Lines reached down the street, workers were pushed to the brink, and customers were starting actual, punches-thrown brawls over shortages. 

Brewery Guide

Written by REVUE STAFF | Wednesday, 25 September 2019 14:21 |

Revue’s compendium of breweries in West Michigan

Drinking Dictionary: Brewers define beer terms for the novice and aficionado alike

Written by Kelly Brown | Wednesday, 25 September 2019 14:15 |

Hops, malt, lactose, oh my! As the global craft beer selection gets larger and more complicated, getting into beer can be like stepping into a zoo full of a hundred animals you didn’t even know existed, much less knowing what their names are. Luckily, all it takes to learn is asking the right people and getting some “practice” in. We asked local brewers and brewery staff to break down the top current terms to know in the craft beer industry.

Buds and Beer: Beer and cannabis is a ‘natural partnership’ for some breweries

Written by Andy Balaskovitz | Wednesday, 25 September 2019 14:11 |

From local craft breweries rolling out small batches of cannabis-themed beer to some of the world’s largest macrobreweries infusing beverages and investing billions in growers, a marriage is unfolding between cannabis and suds at an international scale.

Drinking Down Memory Lane: Brewers look back on their most memorable beers

Written by Elma Talundzic | Wednesday, 25 September 2019 14:07 |

Drinking beer can create lifelong memories — depending on how many you have — and brewing beer makes memories too.

There’s this theory, The Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, that supposes every person on Earth is six or fewer acquaintances away from Kevin Bacon. For example, if your dogwalker’s cousin’s dad was a gaffer on the set of Footloose — boom — you’re four degrees from Bacon. It’s a goofy theory, but it’s one that posits this large world is actually small and our relationships cast a wider influence than we know. For those with even a toe in Grand Rapids’ beer scene, the steps separating you and the hosts of In MI Pint, Kati Spayde and Ben Darcie, are unquestionably less.

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