Rounding up the region's restaurant reviews.
Plus goat races, maifests, and pickling workshops.
George Zolbein's Eastside Beer was the city's most successful until Pabst bought and shelved it.
The new spot from Memphis Taproom's owners opens in the former home of ill-fated The Butcher & The Brewer.
It's a new project from part of the team behind Dogpatch Saloon.
We're not holding our breath.
Plus, Noord is popping up at Farm and Fisherman, and Sly Fox's new topless cans are causing a stir.
It's another urban taproom joining the wave.
Nothing syas springtime quite like a frosty farmhouse ale.
There are 30 beers on tap, with a focus on West Coast breweries.
This year the big brew fest takes place on Saturday instead of Easter Sunday.
A twelve-hour day finds new beers and several caterers collaborating in Downtown.
Easy Creole will be the first brick-and-mortar for the pop-up team.
It's due to open by early summer.
Less than 24 hours after the announcement, the twittersphere is already lighting up with bad dick jokes and sophomoric insults.
And there will be food.
Head brewer Jeff Parker was originally the mastermind behind Strand Brewing Co.