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Comment Archives: stories: Dining: Drink Features

Re: “Liquid Gold: BottleHouse Brewery in Cleveland Heights is the City's First Full-Fledged Meadery, but the Brewers Say there's Room for Competition

They've got to get better at brewing. Their beer is not good. Love the space and the crowd, but I have yet to have something tasty from their taps. I suspect extracts in the brewing.

Mike

Posted by Michael Garrett Ford on 08/28/2014 at 4:24 PM

Re: “Q & A: Diane Sikorski, aka the Pie Lady

I worked at Bakers Square for five years, so I am very familiar with their pies. Once you try a piece of pie from Humble Pie you will understand why people are willing to pay $23 for a pie. Fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Bakers Square cream pies are shipped in, and the fruit pies arrive frozen and are baked on site. I believe they come from Minnesota. I used to eat the filling and leave the crust. I eat every bite of Diane's pie crust. Her crusts are made with lard, butter, flour and water. Bakers Square probably uses preservatives to ensure they arrive fresh. I stand by my original statement. Best pies in Cleveland. Hands down.

Posted by bonnjill on 07/18/2014 at 6:22 PM

Re: “Q & A: Diane Sikorski, aka the Pie Lady

What's so elitist about homemade pies? I'd much rather give $25 to a hard-working woman who makes delicious pies with her own hands (an AL resident no less) than to some multi-million dollar company who makes factory-made chemical pies with with an ingredient list that reads like the periodic table of elements...

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Posted by matty7919 on 07/14/2014 at 4:03 PM

Re: “Liquid Gold: BottleHouse Brewery in Cleveland Heights is the City's First Full-Fledged Meadery, but the Brewers Say there's Room for Competition

I like cider, I love craft beer, but I just can't get too excited about mead. I don't know, maybe I haven't tried the right one.

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Posted by Barry Wemyss on 07/02/2014 at 8:47 PM

Re: “Five Great Ohio Wineries to Visit

Buckeye Winery in Newark should be added. They have a huge selection of wines. Including fruit such as watermelon and dessert wines. Its perfect for someone such as myself who doesn't have the taste for wine; the fruit wines are amazing so I am now a wine drinker due to this winery. They also have many options for gifts.

Posted by Felicia Mae Stutler on 06/28/2014 at 11:55 PM

Re: “Five Great Ohio Wineries to Visit

Check out Candlelight Winery in Garrettsville! They just expanded their backyard to patio setting, and had a fabulous fundraising event to Rebuild Garrettsville! Fantastic wines!!!

Posted by Donna Sabol Rypinski on 06/26/2014 at 6:25 AM

Re: “Five Great Ohio Wineries to Visit

I would like to add Grand River Cellars, Madison, Ohio... Beautiful place, beautiful people :)

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Posted by chermarie on 06/24/2014 at 5:13 PM

Re: “Five Great Ohio Wineries to Visit

I would like to add Grand River Cellars... Beautiful place, beautiful people.

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Posted by chermarie on 06/24/2014 at 5:11 PM

Re: “Five Great Ohio Wineries to Visit

I would like to add Matus Winery. They grow their own grapes. Matus Winery has won many awards for their amazing wine.
1567 Gore Orphanage Rd
Wakeman, Oh 44889
440-774-9463

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Posted by Shelley Michael Saunders on 06/24/2014 at 2:55 PM

Re: “Five Great Ohio Wineries to Visit

Nauti Vine winery in Portage Lakes is one of my new favorites! They are right on the lake and their lakeside deck and patio area are a great place to drink wine in the summer!

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Posted by Ashley Rice Greathouse on 06/24/2014 at 1:49 PM

Re: “Five Great Ohio Wineries to Visit

St Joseph Winery has some great pinot noir.

I have always liked Ferrante for the atmosphere and food, but I think their wine is mediocre at best.

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Posted by kat517 on 05/31/2014 at 8:31 AM

Re: “Five Great Ohio Wineries to Visit

Amazing you didn't include M Cellars! Estate grown wines like no other winery in northeast Ohio.

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Posted by jilliansdavis on 05/30/2014 at 3:06 PM

Re: “Five Great Ohio Wineries to Visit

Very surprised you did not include Ferrrante Winery. Two of their wines placed very well at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition.

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Posted by miscdeb on 05/28/2014 at 11:13 PM

Re: “Five Great Ohio Wineries to Visit

Too funny Beth! I just did an article for CLE+ about the same thing! *Great Minds*

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Posted by Eat*Drink*Cleveland on 05/28/2014 at 4:40 PM

Re: “Bourbon and Brotherhood or the Longest Two Ounces of my Life

sad thing is its not just professionals and big salary people that enjoy a great dram, if i am going to put something into my body its going to be the best thing i can buy.. I have been tasting and enjoying the amber fluid for many years and have quite an extensive knowledge of this water of life.

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Posted by BourbonBob on 05/22/2014 at 12:43 PM

Re: “In The Beginning, There Was Liquor: A Helpful, Annotated Timeline of Cleveland's Illustrious Liquor History

2013 - Cleveland Whiskey debuts, ignoring approximately 4000 years of distilling history, produces a mediocre at best whiskey. Because technology!

Posted by Warren Reinhard on 03/24/2014 at 5:48 AM

Re: “Better Know Your Gin: Not All of it is the Crystal Palace Well Gin that Wrecked You in College

"........It's cold gin time again / You know it'll always win / Cold gin time again / You know it's the only thing / That keeps us together........"

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Posted by LakeErieSeaGulls on 03/05/2014 at 2:35 PM

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