The beer world is full of funny names, one-off releases, and interbrewery collaborations. It's an industry that takes pride in its sometimes-whimsical nature. Sometimes you just have to geek out, whether you're a sports geek, videogame geek, or beer geek (maybe all of the above?) to touch only the ... More >>
It was a good run while it lasted, but for Bobby Gordash and Holy Mackerel Beers, the time has come to part ways. Today, Gordash starts his next endeavor as brewer representative and craft-beer alchemist for the Florida Beer Co. in Cape Canaveral. Gordash started Holy Mackerel Beers in 2006 after ... More >>
A Fort Lauderdale teen was surfing the sweet waves of Melbourne, Florida, when the good times suddenly came to a gnarly end after he was attacked and bitten in the leg by a shark. Michael Adler, 16, who is an experienced surfer, wiped out on a wave. As he swam to get back onto his board, he felt a ... More >>
Back in November, we told you about how Christopher Castillo of Melbourne, Florida, was so mad at President Obama for wanting to implement a health-care law that he took to Facebook and threatened to hunt down the president and watch him die. See also: Florida Man Arrested for Multiple Threats on O ... More >>
Not content with locking up Palm Beach medical marijuana activist Robert Platshorn for almost 30 years, the federal government has now decided to rob him of his constitutional rights, restricting his ability to travel and enjoy free speech and assembly. They don't like him advocating drug ... More >>
The illicit payments made to former legislator Mandy Dawson had been widely reported, but it is interesting that seedy lobbyist and political fundraiser Alan Mendelsohn, an eye doctor by trade, singled out Russell Klenet in federal court today. When Mendelsohn pleaded guilty to a fed ... More >>
Inserra is now top toque at Suite 100.When Smith & Jones closed in July, nobody was more in the middle of the fallout than Ted Inserra. In this blog item, Inserra blamed a slowdown in business, but many commenters blamed Inserra, despite the fact that he was just a sous chef at the Las Olas r ... More >>
Tal Ronnen made history when his book The Conscious Cook -- the first full-color vegan cookbook to be published in North America -- hit the New York Times bestseller list last fall. Since hitting the big-time (thanks also to Oprah, who had Ronnen develop a 21-day vegan cleanse for her), Ronnen ha ... More >>
Source: Brewers AssociationAt least not according to the Brewers Association, the organization that advocates for the craft brewing industry. Out of the top 50 craft brewers in the country, Florida isn't represented by one. In fact, Florida is among the states with the fewest number of breweries ... More >>
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