Celebrate New Beer’s Eve with Coastal Kitchen

You’re familiar with New Year’s Eve, but what about New Beer’s Eve? In 1920, the 18th amendment was added to the U.S. Constitution. This amendment banned all liquor, including beer. This time period, from 1920 to 1933, was known as the Prohibition. When Roosevelt became President of the United States, he ended the Prohibition on April 7. So, we celebrate April 6 as New Beer’s Eve to honor the end of the Prohibition. If you want to celebrate New Beer’s Eve, do so with Coastal Kitchen!

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Health Benefits of Fish Tacos

Tacos are delicious snacks you can eat on the go. With thin bread that has been made without yeast (unleavened bread) either from maize or flour wrapped around condiments like meat, fish, chicken, turkey, cheese, vegetables, sauces and spices, this is one of the best snacks eaten by hand. You can cook it on a grill, bake it, fry or it or bread it. Just like beef, however, you like it. 

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A Guide to Craft Beer

Beer has a near-universal presence around the world, serving as the go-to drink of choice for relaxing and socializing. When beer began to be produced on an industrial scale, massive breweries began to turn out case after case of relatively bland body-less beers for mass consumption. This trend continues to this day, but the resurgence of fine beer brewing has made it possible to stray from the beaten path and explore the full possibilities of beer once again. Craft beers, as they have become known, are the result.

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