Category Archives: City Guides

Meet the Chefs: Hop Chef Chicago

Seven of Chicago’s hottest chefs will compete for culinary honors at Brewery Ommegang and SAVEUR Magazine’s Hop Chef Chicago culinary competition.  Cleetus Friedman of Fountainhead,Cosmo Goss of Publican Quality Meats, Tim Cottini of Fork, Jacob Saben of Graham Elliot Bistro, Alex Ageneau of Paris Club, Craig Fass of The … Continue reading

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Quail Brined in Ommegang Abbey Ale

The third recipe prepared by Executive Chef Michael Dean Reynolds of Leopold features Quail brined in Ommegang’s dark and malty Abbey Ale. This dubbel’s spiced character make it excellent ingredient into any dish. Leopold offers Belgian inspired food and drink in … Continue reading

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Rabbit Legs Braised in Ommegang Three Philosophers Quadrupel

The second recipe featuring Michael Dean Reynolds of Leopold in Chicago features a dish of Rabbit braised in Three Philosophers. The Quadrupel blend that incorporates Liefmans Cuvee Brut pairs perfectly with the wild game meat creating a Belgian delicacy. Leopold offers Belgian … Continue reading

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Sweetbreads Poached in Ommegeng BPA

First in a series of recipes from Executive Chef Michael Dean Reynolds of Leopold Restaurant in Chicago is a dish featuring sweetbreads poached in Ommegang’s BPA. Sweetbreads, with some chili flakes, bay leaves and thyme are paired perfectly with the … Continue reading

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GBDGF City Spotlight – Atlanta

Beer fans have long felt the annoyance of enjoying a fine meal with a subpar beer menu. We are scouring the country to find you the restaurants and gastro pubs that understand beer has its rightful place on the dinner … Continue reading

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