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Kate Eber
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  • Wallingford, CT
  • United States
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Beer lover, amateur foodie, writer. Combines those things by writing beer pairing articles for Examiner.com. Currently peddles beer, wine, and spirits from behind the register at Wallingford Wine and Spirit Co.
Are you one or both of the following?
Home Brewer, Beer Blogger
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http://www.examiner.com/beer-pairing-in-hartford/kate-eber
What are your favorite CT Beers?
Old Burnside's Ten Penny Ale.
Thomas Hooker Brewing's Watermelon Ale.
New England Brewing's Sea Hag IPA and Coriolis Imperial IPA.
Charter Oak Brewing's 1687 Brown Ale.

NOT-AS-RECENT ACTIVITY

Secondary Blog: Too Late, Trotsky.

 

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A Whale of a Tale - er, Tuna Steak

Posted on October 28, 2011 at 7:59pm 0 Comments

New beer pairing article is up. Tuna steaks paired with Whale's Tale Pale Ale from Nantucket's Cisco Brewing. Check it out here.

On Tap: The Connecticut Beer Trail

Posted on October 10, 2011 at 9:47pm 0 Comments

For a while now, I’ve been a part of the Connecticut Beer Trail, an online group dedicated to craft beer and local breweries, brewpubs, restaurants, and other beer-related events.

The beer trail’s been part of the reason I’ve been so supportive of Connecticut breweries in my pairing (the other reason being that the beer is just downright delicious).

I wanted to share this new community and get its name out there to show just how quickly craft…

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Beer Pairing: Catahoula Crab Gumbo

Posted on September 28, 2011 at 10:34pm 0 Comments

I’ve always been a fan of Cajun cuisine and a good stew, like gumbo or jambalaya, is what really hits the spot. I’ve experimented with different recipes for a homemade gumbo with a New England twist, but I couldn’t find the right on. So, I just decided to make my own...…



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Beer Pairing: The Still-Drunken Omelet with Fancy Tomato-Vinegar Sauce

Posted on September 18, 2011 at 10:46pm 0 Comments

Okay, let’s face it. We’ve all had those mornings when we wake up, take two steps towards the bathroom and realize we’re still slightly in the condition we were the night before. As the great Jimmy Buffett said, “there’s a thin line between Saturday nights and Sunday mornings.”

The best advice I was ever given in college was, “if you ever wake up and realize you’re still drunk, just crack another cold one and keep on drinkin.’”…



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At 9:08am on August 26, 2011, Cork & Brew said…

Welcome!  Hope to see you in the store!

 

Kristin

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At 7:05pm on May 9, 2011, Back East Brewing Company said…
Thanks Kate!!  We look forward to bringing our beer into the market and having you as a customer (and hopefully visitor to the brewery as well).  We were very excited about the Record-Journal article.  Since you mentioned the article, I"ll give our full disclosure: At the end it says we hope to sell 10,000 barrels in our first year.  While that would be nice, our actual goal was 1,000 barrels. :-)
At 9:33am on April 28, 2011, Olde Burnside Brewing Company said…
Glad to have you on board Kate.  We're hoping to have a little bit of our newest beer at the Fest (think Imperial Dirty Penny aged in whisky barrels).
At 8:35pm on April 27, 2011, Bryon Turner said…
Welcome! I encourage you to repost your Examiner articles here in your user blog...
 
 
 

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