The Miller's Table

Thanks to Ben Robinson and Matt Lynch of Thrillist, we now have a break down of the 19 types of Beer Snobs roaming among us.  The Professor, The Trader, Captain Ahab, The Fresh Head, The IBU Freak ... do you fit the bill? At MTM Tavern, we are Beer Geeks, not Beer Snobs and welcome one and all!...

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Does the crazy Midwestern weather have you feeling a bit blue?  Our bar staff has concocted a tasty cocktail to take your mind off of winter.  

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Every day is gift, but some more so than others! February 18 (today!) is National Drink Wine Day in the United States and has been for some time - although no one seems to know when or how it began.  I suppose some things are so delightful that they don't need a reason to be - their very existe...

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National Drink Wine Day
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If you haven't already heard, craft beer is a booming industry throughout the US and, specifically, in Central Ohio.   TC Brown of Columbus CEO Magazine (March 2015 issue) has a great article on the state of the industry in Central Ohio - turns out it has more to do with friendship than c...

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We have some great beer events coming up that you may want to get on your calendar: Coming up on February 19 is our Bell's Brewing Co. Tap Takeover at our  Gemini Place location in Polaris.  We will be tapping Hopslam and Consecrator, among other tasty Bell's brews, and will have swag to ...

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It is cold, gray and, generally, YUCK outside, so we went looking for a 'comfort drink' to sip on this weekend.  Johnny in Gemini came up with The Lebowski - or as he likes to say 'a White Russian with a spin'. 1.5 oz Van Gogh Espresso Vodka .5 oz Kahlua  Topped with cream. According t...

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Bartender's choice, White Russian, Kahlua, Espresso Vodka
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As we wind up our Beer School 101 series, we will finish with an overview of Porters and Stouts. Originally, a strong porter was referred to as a stout porter, but eventually the word porter was dropped and the new style was born.  There remains, however, tons of crossover between the styles. ...

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Beer School 101, Homebrewing, porter, stout
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Need something to help chase these gray January days away?  Our bartender extraordinaire, Johnny, in Gemini Place, suggests his version of a Mojito: 2oz Bacardi Limone 1 pkt Sugar in the Raw Dollop of simple syrup Fresh lime and mint Topped with Soda Water According to Johnny, "it's the...

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Bartender's choice, Mojito, Bacardi Limone
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Whether you are a beer drinker or not, you surely have heard about Hops - too hoppy, not enough hops, ... you get the idea. As we previously learned, hops are one of the basic ingredients in beer brewing - the others being grain, yeast, and water. Hops contain an essential oil with a very bitt...

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Columbus Brewing Company, Homebrewing, Hops, beer school 101, CBC, Victory, Bell's
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Ale is a type of beer brewed from malted barley using a warm fermentation.  Compared to lager yeasts, ale yeast ferments more quickly, and often produces a sweeter, fuller-bodied and fruitier taste. Most ales contain hops, which help preserve the beer and impart a bitter herbal flavour that bal...

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