Throw away your favorite frosty beer mug… it’s doing your beer a dis-service… Trust me. Don’t trust me? Let me explain.
St. Arnolds is my favorite brewery… It’s the oldest craft brewery in Texas. I love the fact for that $7 you can visit the brewery, get a souvenir glass, try at least 4 craft beers, tour the brewery, and on many days meet and talk to the owner. One of the best $7 experiences that can be had in Houston!
Once in many moons, St. Arnold’s (named after the patron saint of brewers) releases a Divine Reserve. Today, they released Divine Reserve #11. If you didn’t take the time to click the link, They made just over 4,000 cases, 72 barrels, and 35 casks. It’s a double IPA with about 8.9 ABV. This was distributed throughout Texas today. At the flagship Spec’s Liquor in midtown, lines started forming as early as 8:30am. Continue reading →
This is the dish that I made when my friend David recently told me about this contest. When I say recently, I mean like yesterday… He casually posted a link on my Facebook wall and said, "I saw this and thought of you! You should enter…" I didn’t just read this post and bang this dish out in my kitchen, there’s a bit more story behind it.
72hr Sous Vide Brisket…Brined overnight and cooked 63.7 for about 75hrs. REALLY GOOD! served it with 63.7 Sous Vide Egg, Brown Gravy and steamed rice. (My Sous Vide version of the Hawaiian favorite "Loco Moco") Shout out to Eleanor!
<Forgot to take pics of the Loco Moco, but trust me it was GOOD!>
More Red bull Leithin foam and vodka shots.
Did the brewery tour at St. Arnolds. Really impressive that the owner takes the time to personally give the tours. Fun times, good beer, and a great Texas company!