photo by Neal Bayless

Day of the Dead Cocktail: Sub Rosa

The popular perception of ghosts is that they appear to taunt, tease and menace...

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Vintage Ad Archive: Halloween Hysteria!

There’s a chill in the air.  Jack-o-lanterns are grinning madly on every stoop.  Cobwebs...

photo by Dennis Wilkinson

Bittersweet Cider

Before German immigrants brought their rich brewing culture to American shores in the mid-1800s,...

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Wine In Your Bathwater? What’s Behind the Vinotherapy Craze

If you’ve been paying attention to wine-related topics in the news the past week...

courtesy Amanda Schuster

Spirits in Your Spirits

Getting into the Halloween spirit can be truly scary, in the boozy liquid sense...

Day of the Dead Cocktail: Sub Rosa

October 31, 2014
photo by Neal Bayless

The popular perception of ghosts is that they appear to taunt, tease and menace the living. But in some...
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Spirits in Your Spirits

October 29, 2014
courtesy Amanda Schuster

Getting into the Halloween spirit can be truly scary, in the boozy liquid sense of the word “spirit.” Three...
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Liking Them Apples – In a Glass!

October 23, 2014
photo by MTSOfan

The leaves are changing in the Hudson valley, Autumn is most certainly here, and it’s time to drink apple...
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Vintage Ad Archive: Halloween Hysteria!

October 30, 2014
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There’s a chill in the air.  Jack-o-lanterns are grinning madly on every stoop.  Cobwebs stretch across shop windows.  Witches,...
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Son of Booooozy Tales: Haunted Bars Go International

October 28, 2014
photo by Keith Allison

‘Twas a year ago, on a night just like this, that we first gathered around the campfire for macabre...
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Episode Recap: Bar Rescue Season 4, Ep 4

October 28, 2014
Courtesy Spike TV

  Welcome to Alcohol Professor’s weekly recap of Bar Rescue, Spike TV’s reality show that gives desperate liquor purveyors a...
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Beer Academy

photo by Dennis Wilkinson

Bittersweet Cider

Before German immigrants brought their rich brewing culture to American shores in the mid-1800s, another alcoholic drink was the choice of the middle class: hard cider. But with the rise of beer, hard cider in America slowly but surely disappeared, even though apples continued to be a chief crop here. Instead of cider, the...

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Dispatch From the Beer Blogger’s Conference 2014

All photos by Nora McGunnigle. This is the first of a series of articles that focus on three different beer events centering around three different populations in the craft beer world: the writers, the distributors, and the brewers. This article discusses the Beer Blogger’s Conference (BBC), held in August in San Diego. The Beer...

Oenology

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Wine In Your Bathwater? What’s Behind the Vinotherapy Craze

If you’ve been paying attention to wine-related topics in the news the past week...

photo by Sara Havens

Huber’s Winery

  As soon as there’s a chill in the air and a crunch of...