Subject: stores in NY,other
Date: 1992-03-12 17:31:00 GMT
Date: 12-Mar-92 Time: 12:30 PM Msg: EXT03060
This is my last post, so Thanks for the help and suggestions. I have learned
a lot and hope to subscribe again once I start school in the fall.
RE: HB stores in NY. In the Manhattan yellow pages there is one listed:
Milan home wine and beer 212-226-4780
57 Spring St. toll free 800-beer-keg
Manhattan fax 212-431-6985
Kits and supplies
home vinegar making kits
VISA and MasterCard
RE: Beer and food recipes. The Irish Trade Board have a free recipe book for
St. Pat's day. It has recipes using Irish ingredients, among them oatmeal
cookies, baked Irish salmon with ginger and beef braised in Guinness stout. You
can obtain the book by calling 800-289-4735.
RE: Beer tasting Monday in NY. (quote from NY Times) Guinness is one beer
that will definitely not be on tap at the third annual American Beer Tasting
Monday. It's being held by the American Institute of Wine and Food from 6 to
8:30 pm at Bridgewater's in the Fulton Market Building at the South Street
Seaport. This year Michael Jackson, an English expert on beer, will be the
guest of honor.
To accompany mor than 25 beers from small American breweries there will be an
array of food from more than two dozen New York restaurants.
Tickets are $15 for members of the institute, $25 from nonmembers. They can
be ordered by calling 212-447-0456. American Express Cards are accepted.
(unquote). When I called, they said that 24 breweries were small (Telluride,
Brooklyn, etc) and that a few biggies would be there (Miller, for example). I
asked, and they said Anchor and Boston BC would be there, Sierra Nevada would
Disclaimer: I have no association with the store and I've never been there. I
have no association with the Irish Trade Board, I'm not even Irish. :) I have
no idea who the American Institute of Wine and Food are, and I'll be in
Michigan Monday anyway.
Lee Katman == Thirteen/WNET == New York, NY
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