The Beauty of Wunderwood Designs

The Beauty of Wunderwood Designs

Here at Steaknight Magazine we cook tons of steak. Cooking that much #deliciousness requires a lot of tools in our arsenal. Recently Steaknight Magazine had the pleasure to cross paths with owners Aaron and Lissa owners of  Wunderwood designs out of Plano, Texas....
New Castle Brown Ale Review

New Castle Brown Ale Review

Newcastle Brown Ale is an easily available and nicely drinkable English Brown Ale that definitely deserves a try. Origin: Scottish & Newcastle Breweries, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England Type Of Beer: English Brown Ale Nicknamed the “never bitter beer,” Newcastle...
Leffe Blonde Belgian Ale Tasting

Leffe Blonde Belgian Ale Tasting

Brewing techniques, unique mineral deposits, and water qualities have all to do with the flavor of the beer. Belgian ales have a really distinct, yeasty, highly carbonated quality that is a taste all unto itself. Leffe Blonde Belgian Ale, you’ll get a hint of...

The Ale House Blackened Prime Rib Sandwich

The Ale House is a well known chain restaurant in a handfull of states including; Florida, Georgia, Illinois, NY, and Pennsylvania. I first expirenced this sports bar hang out while living in Florida. It seemed to always be the place to go for great food, beer, and...

Stone Cali-België IPA

I’d never seen the Stone Cali-België IPA in a store in New jersey before, so when I did, I grabbed a bottle of it without knowing much about the beer. Basically the Stone Cali-België IPA is an American IPA fermented with Belgian yeast. Pour: The head on this...

Troegs Pale Ale Review

As you may already know STEAKNIGHT is not only for the steak. We always try to expirence new beers, wines, scotches, cigars, ect..  Looking around for a new beer to try on our weekly STEAKNIGHT, I came accross a colorfull six-pack with an intresting name Troegs Pale...