Last night, May 13th, I had the opportunity to participate in a delicious cheese and beer pairing at The Keg on 6th in Fort Lauderdale.

The restaurant is an oddity: it’s hidden among the back roads in the armpit of Port Everglades and the Fort Lauderdale International Airport. It’s surrounded by car rental shops, mechanics, and random warehouses. It’s seemingly impossible to know about unless you know about it.

For American Craft Beer Week, The Keg on 6th hosted this Stone Brewing beer pairing, putting together an assortment of cheeses that would make any lover of milkfat scream ‘no whey!’.

Read More Stone Beer and Cheese Pairing & The Keg on 6th

Commercial Beer

This past weekend, I attended the Delray Beach Center for the Arts Old School Beerfest, a community development event that showcased ’99 beers on the lawn’. This included some big names like Lagunitas, Founders, Cigar City, Sweetwater, and Harpoon, but also featured an extensive ‘homebrew alley’ of local homebrewers looking to gauge public reaction. One such brewer was Matt Manthe, who…

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This beverage was brewed for the (rescheduled) New Times Beerfest homebrewing competition by local homebrewer and Sam Adams LongShot winner Russ Brunner. It screams with fruity hops, comes in with a juicy malt profile, and finishes just right.

Read More Russ Brunner’s Citra / Amarillo IPA


Beerfest Commercial Beer