EatDrinkIndy goes multimedia

EatDrinkIndy goes multimedia

Lots of exciting stuff going on here at EatDrinkIndy. Not only did we welcome our first sponsor — Glazer’s is now sponsoring the EatDrinkIndy Wine & Spirits page — but EatDrinkIndy is expanding to radio and TV as well. Starting April 19, you can listen to “Eat Drink Indiana” every Saturday from noon to 1 […]

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An IPA tour in honor of National Beer Day

An IPA tour in honor of National Beer Day

By Will Carroll   National Beer Day is on a Monday? Okay, that seems a bit odd and let’s face it, these national days really don’t mean much. No one’s getting the day off, and if you really need an excuse to drink a beer on any day (responsibly!) then you’re doing it wrong. There’s […]

Posted in: Craft beer, News
It’s always busy in the Indiana craft beer biz

It’s always busy in the Indiana craft beer biz

As usual, there’s lots going on in the local craft beer community. It’s Craft Beer Week in Bloomington, which, of course, leads up to the fourth annual Bloomington Craft Beer Fest April 12 at Woolery Mill, 2200 W. Tapp Road. The fest runs from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., and tickets, $35 for general admission, are available […]

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A blast from the past

A blast from the past

Well, this should be interesting. I’m going to a small reunion of people who worked at the paper where I got my first job out of college. It was a twice-a-week paper in Attica, Ind., where I covered everything from drainage board meetings to a murder trial. I shot and developed photos too. In a […]

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Midnight to midnight: a day in the life of a culinary student

Midnight to midnight: a day in the life of a culinary student

Editor’s note: Food fans tend to romanticize the idea of attending culinary school and working in a restaurant. Here, as the first in an ongoing EatDrinkIndy series called Real People Real Food, a local Chef’s Academy student and an employee at Rook keeps track of his life, in both the classroom and the kitchen. My […]

Posted in: Cooking, News, Restaurants
Local mixologists chosen for international competition

Local mixologists chosen for international competition

By Jolene Ketzenberger Three Indiana mixologists will be participating in an upcoming international drinks competition, an event one calls “the World Series of bartending.” Joshua Gonzales, an owner at Thunderbird, Mike Madison, bartender at Twist Lounge, and Doug Spradley, bartender/assistant manager at Crazy Horse in Bloomington, all made the list of Midwest regional finalists who […]

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