With Thanksgiving goes football, and with football goes beer. So, what beer goes with Thanksgiving?
I consulted my local expert, Sharon Sevrens, proprietor of Montclair's Amanti Vino. The team at Amanti put their heads together, and here are their top five suggestions for beer on Thanksgiving.Read More
*Also published in the Montclair Times
Outside, the smell of wood burning fireplaces, the hum of generators and a haunting sense of déjà vu filled the damp air. Trees stood shattered or lay uprooted across yards and roads, while phone and power lines hung dangerously low. Inside, eighty percent of Montclair homes were dark and cold, while the refrigerators, ironically, were warm.
In the aftermath of Frankenstorm, residents scrambled for blankets and batteries, while Montclair restaurateurs gathered staff, organized deliveries and opened their doors. In a food-town, like Montclair, it’s easy to take these open doors for granted.
Q. What's happening at the Irish Pubs?
A. Tierney's is dishing out over 300 pounds of tender and tasty corned beef, and Egan & Sons in Montclair has erected a huge tent in the back parking lot for music and revelers.
Meanwhile, Irish music, bagpipers, Peerless Beverage Company, flashing Guinness necklaces, and Coors T-shirts are everywhere!
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