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Vintage Ad Archive: The Extra-Special Easter Edition!

Easter isn’t usually thought of as a particularly alcohol-fueled holiday.  Sure, there are some...

Photo by Heather MG

Mmm, Ham: Pairing Beer and Easter

Easter is a Christian tradition that stands as the culmination of Lent in Catholicism...

photo by Garden State Hiker

Girls’ Pint Out

Last summer, I attended the Beer Blogger’s Conference and met Tamre Mullins, who was...

Photo by Christine Campbell

Exploring the Complexity of Alsation Wine

Nestled against the German border, Alsace is a French wine region rich in cultural...

Let My People Go

Let My People Go – a Cocktail for Passover

Sure, there are five cups of wine that are consumed as part of a...

Mmm, Ham: Pairing Beer and Easter

April 17, 2014
Photo by Heather MG

Easter is a Christian tradition that stands as the culmination of Lent in Catholicism and also marks the rise...
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Girls’ Pint Out

April 16, 2014
photo by Garden State Hiker

Last summer, I attended the Beer Blogger’s Conference and met Tamre Mullins, who was one of the co-founders of...
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Half Acre Brews Up Beer Renaissance in the Windy City

April 10, 2014
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When you think of great beer towns, what comes to mind? Most likely Portland, Ore.; Denver, Colo.; and San...
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Vintage Ad Archive: The Extra-Special Easter Edition!

April 18, 2014
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Easter isn’t usually thought of as a particularly alcohol-fueled holiday.  Sure, there are some colorful cocktails that can be...
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Vintage Ad Archive: Batter Up!

April 2, 2014
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This is the time of year when spring finally begins in earnest, and with the change in seasons comes...
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Vintage Ad Archive: Stepping Into Springtime!

March 19, 2014
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This was a Winter that seemed particularly vindictive, full of ice storms, bitter winds, polar vortexes, and slippery surfaces....
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Oenology

Photo by Christine Campbell

Exploring the Complexity of Alsation Wine

Nestled against the German border, Alsace is a French wine region rich in cultural diversity.  With over three centuries of identity crisis, it has belonged to both France and Germany over six times in the past 300 years.  The German legacy left behind unique features that are specific in France only to Alsace: a...

photo by Tim Sackton

Kosher Wines for Passover

Finally, it’s here!  The holiest of holidays for wine drinkers is Passover.  Why? How many other holidays involve a divine ordinance to drink four (in some cases five) cups of wine at dinner? Sure some holidays suggest it, or even involve so much guilt that you need to put down a bottle of vino,...

Cocktail Colloquium

Let My People Go

Let My People Go – a Cocktail for Passover

Sure, there are five cups of wine that are consumed as part of a...

Amour Fou, by Tim Miner

Cocktails: a Love Story

I’ve been a bartender in New York City for ten years. I’ve been a...