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Beers with the Baron, Vol. 5: Karben4 Fantasy Factory

Beers with the Baron, Vol. 5: Karben4 Fantasy Factory

The Beer Baron takes a look at one of the biggest stories in local beer this year: a bottle from the first-ever bottling run of Fantasy Factory, the fantastic India pale ale from Madison brewery Karben4.

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Beer Baron: Karben4's landmark IPA comes to bottles

Beer Baron: Karben4's landmark IPA comes to bottles

Six-packs of Fantasy Factory will be followed by other beers from the Madison brewery in the coming months.

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Restaurant review: Farm to table gets closer to the farm at Wendigo, Stoughton's new hot spot

Restaurant review: Farm to table gets closer to the farm at Wendigo, Stoughton's new hot spot

With family farms celebrated on the chalkboards and a menu stocked with kale, pickles and pork, Wendigo brings a Madison vibe to a small town.

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Restaurant review: Watertower Chop House revives famous Sun Prairie location

Restaurant review: Watertower Chop House revives famous Sun Prairie location

Sun Prairie is lucky to have a high-quality, supper-clubish restaurant on its Main Street. It's old school but its menu has some touches of cool.

October 23, 2014 7:20 am Photos

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Wine Finds: Try a West Coast pinot gris

King Estate, an organic winery founded in Oregon’s Willamette Valley in the 1990s, is often credited with launching the market for pinot gris in the United States. Pinot gris, which originates in France’s Alsace region, is actually the same grape as pinot grigio, its Italian synonym. But when King Estate and other U.S. wineries label their wines pinot gris, it usually indicates the wine is made in the Alsatian style, which is richer, more concentrated and more complex than a lighter and simpler pinot grigio. The following are two excellent examples of domestic pinot gris.

October 22, 2014 2:30 am(0)

Cocktail wizard and culinary innovator Dave Arnold visits Madison on Wednesday

Cocktail wizard and culinary innovator Dave Arnold visits Madison on Wednesday

Arnold, founder of the Museum of Food and Drink in New York and author of the forthcoming "Liquid Intelligence," gives a free talk at the Union. 

October 21, 2014 3:00 pm(0)

Restaurant News: It's no lie, FIB's comes out on top in annual food cart review

Restaurant News: It's no lie, FIB's comes out on top in annual food cart review

FIB's (for Fine Italian Beef and Sausage) beat out 49 other carts in the annual review, conducted on Library Mall and around the Capitol Square. 

October 21, 2014 12:15 pm(4)

Beer Baron: From New Glarus and Port Huron, beers that extend fall

Beer Baron: From New Glarus and Port Huron, beers that extend fall

This year, the infusion of a couple of locally made, late-arriving seasonals is helping extend autumn in the glass.

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Beers with the Baron, Vol. 4: Port Huron Oktoberfest

Beers with the Baron, Vol. 4: Port Huron Oktoberfest

This week the Beer Baron samples a late-arriving Oktoberfest from Port Huron Brewing, a one-man operation in Wisconsin Dells.

October 17, 2014 12:00 pm(0)

Restaurant review: Forget the diet, treat yourself to Great Harvest bread

Restaurant review: Forget the diet, treat yourself to Great Harvest bread

Fans are welcoming the new Great Harvest in Shorewood Hills with open arms.

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Wisconsin Book Festival: Molly Wizenberg's marriage gets wood-fired in 'Delancey'

Wisconsin Book Festival: Molly Wizenberg's marriage gets wood-fired in 'Delancey'

Delancey, Wizenberg and her husband's Seattle pizzeria, is the subject of the food writer's newest memoir with recipes. She comes to Madison Thursday.

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Restaurant News: Salvatore's Tomato Pies, the Madison edition, should open next month

Madison fans of Salvatore's Tomato Pies are going to have to wait a couple of extra weeks for the famous Sun Prairie pizzas to come to Johnson Street. 

October 14, 2014 4:00 pm(0)

Get fish fry with a side of science at 'Science of the Supper Club' this Friday

Get fish fry with a side of science at 'Science of the Supper Club' this Friday

Part of the Wisconsin Science Festival, this fun science-and-sampling event takes over the first floor of the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery.

October 14, 2014 11:00 am Photos

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Restaurant News: California woman wins Ian's pizza-eating contest for second year

Defending champion pizza-eater Molly Schuyler set a new world record over the weekend at Ian's Pizza, eating 14 slices in 10 minutes.

October 13, 2014 11:30 am(2)

Theater review: APT's 'Alcestis' resurrects myths of gods and men, love and death

Theater review: APT's 'Alcestis' resurrects myths of gods and men, love and death

A 1990s English adaptation of Euripides' play, "Alcestis" tells of a young queen whose willingness to die for her husband is more complex than it seems.

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