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Beverage Industry

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  • A soda tax? Lawmakers are drinking it up

     
    Got a sweet tooth to feed? You may end up having to fork out a bit more cash to satisfy it, if some California lawmakers have their way. State Senate Majority Leader Dean Florez (D-Shafter) introduced a bill this month......
  • Toast to Eagle Rock Brewery's grand opening

     
    Eagle Rock Brewery is celebrating its grand opening Friday from 4 to 10 p.m. It will serve four of its own brews on tap (Solidarity, Manifesto, Revolution and Libertine) and some guest taps, including Stone's Smoked Porter, Alesmith's My Bloody......
  • It's Monday! Which means burgers and beer at Rustic Canyon; plus Huckleberry now has beer and wine

     
    Monday's not a bad thing. At Santa Monica restaurant Rustic Canyon, Burger and Beer Mondays have returned. In addition to Rustic Canyon's Niman Ranch burger (smothered with herb remoulade, onion fondue, sharp cheddar and house-made pickles), two specialty...
  • Culina to open this week at Four Seasons

     
    Restaurant Culina, Modern Italian is scheduled to open Wednesday at the Four Seasons Hotel on Doheny Drive. The sleek wood- and chartreuse-accented dining room replaces the hotel's Gardens restaurant, with an indoor-outdoor design meant to evoke an...
  • Eating and drinking with verve on Oscar Sunday

     
    The Academy Awards are to me what the Super Bowl was to my ex-boyfriend: an excuse to eat nonsensical amounts of food, swill unacceptable combinations of alcohol and become irate and ragingly hormonal over unjust judgment calls. In short, I......
  • Dine like Elton John at Vermont Restaurant after Oscar Sunday

     
    Eat what the celebrities will eat on Oscar Sunday by heading to Vermont Restaurant on March 8, the day after the Oscars air. That's when Crumble Catering, which is set to cater the Elton John AIDS Foundation's 18th annual Academy......
  • Welcome to the Wine Ghetto: Cheaper than a chateau

     
    Lompoc is known by most for its federal prison and Vandenberg Air Force Base, but an underground surge of innovative winemakers there could be the city's next claim to fame. These winemakers have adopted a no-frills formula for winemaking, transforming...
  • Protecting the vines: State officials quarantine 162 square miles of Northern California

     
    In an attempt to try to quash the spread of a moth that’s threatening California’s vineyards, the state Department of Food and Agriculture announced Tuesday that it is quarantining 162 square miles – a swath that covers wine country in......
  • Matt Weinstock, March 10, 1960

     
    Lesson for Today A group of firemen have been engaging lately in baffling exercises with the fire hose at the north end of Echo Park Lake and a lady who lives nearby says she is losing her mind with curiosity and wonderment. They squirt water into the...
  • When is a Zin not a Zin? It's complicated

     
    Zinfandel is often called California's indigenous wine, but its story is not that simple. Some of the best Zinfandel-based wines from the state's best and most historic vineyards can't use the grape name on their labels. In these bottles, Zinfandel......
  • Anheuser-Busch InBev to make 'green' beer by cutting down on water

     
    Budweiser brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev plans to start making watered-down beer -- as in cutting down water usage in its production process to help make the company’s operations more eco-friendly. By the end of 2012, the company plans to whittle down........