First, we’d like to say thank you to all of you super awesome readers for your support and feedback that we received from our first CLE Spotlight on Shibani. We knew you guys would enjoy reading about our CLE buddies but we didn’t expect such a great response. We’re excited to continue to introduce you to our fellow CLE Broads and Beards! For our second Broad Spotlight, we talked to Leah Deppert from the By Travel & Error blog.
One of the biggest beer events in Cleveland is the Cleveland Winter Beerfest. Located at the Huntington Convention Center downtown, the event has over 300 different beers from over 120 breweries. The event raises funds to benefit the Music Education Society and their mission to support music programs in underfunded schools. There are breweries from all over the place at this event, not just from Ohio. The convention center is the perfect location for such a big event, as it never feels super crowded because everything is so spread out.
If we could eat fancy meats and cheeses every day, forever, we would. Add some olives, fancy jams and crostini and you basically have all the major food groups covered, right? With this post, we’d like to share our are tips and secrets for constructing the best charcuterie board.
Over the past year we’ve met a bunch of super awesome Cleveland bloggers, social media influencers, and movers and shakers making things happen in Cleveland. They’ve really helped us get even more excited about blogging and what we love about Cleveland, and we felt that our readers should get to know these amazing people too. So, we’re introducing the Beard/Broad spotlight where we interview a new friend of ours about their favorite foods, drinks and CLE activities. We hope you enjoy getting to know our new friends, and maybe you’ll find a new favorite Cleveland eating or drinking spot too!
We are always on the lookout for fun, new events in Cleveland…especially if it involves beer! When we found out that the Greater Cleveland Aquarium hosts beer tastings we knew we had to go. We were especially excited for this one because the theme was Christmas ales and ciders, and with this weather it was time for some winter flavors.
The Ninth Annual Cleveland Beer week kicked off on October 13th and as usual, we attended as many events as we could. It’s a fun week but its nearly impossible to hit all of the events. The week is full of rare keg tappings, brewery takeovers, and food-focused events spread out all over the greater Cleveland area. Read more