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Meet the Winemaker: Adam Campbell of Elk Cove Vineyards

All photos by Christine Campbell. The drive to Elk Cove was up and over...

Photo by mkatcheks

If You’re Making Chili, Be Sure To Use the...

One of my best friends is a minister; Kory is in his 40s and...

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Vintage Ad Archive: Bourbon Bonanza!

September is Bourbon Heritage Month, and accordingly, we here at Alcohol Professor have recently devoted...

photo courtesy Grey Hobbit

A United Kingdom (of Whisky)

It’s official. Despite the better efforts of a Hollywood millionaire from Australia to free...

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Dispatch From Joy of Sake, NYC

All photos by Aliza Kellerman. New Yorkers hate mold. Unless it’s used to produce...

Meet the Winemaker: Adam Campbell of Elk Cove Vineyards

October 1, 2014
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All photos by Christine Campbell. The drive to Elk Cove was up and over low lying mountain foothills, around...
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Dispatch From Joy of Sake, NYC

September 23, 2014
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All photos by Aliza Kellerman. New Yorkers hate mold. Unless it’s used to produce booze, of course. Last Thursday,...
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Kosher Wines For the High Holiday Season

September 22, 2014
courtesy CA wine merchants

The Jewish High Holidays are approaching, and this year I am ready for the inevitable, biannual kosher wine questions...
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Vintage Ad Archive: Bourbon Bonanza!

September 29, 2014
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September is Bourbon Heritage Month, and accordingly, we here at Alcohol Professor have recently devoted lots of space to showcasing different...
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Bourbon’s Bones

September 19, 2014
Brown-Forman distillery

  All photos by Keith Allison. Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail is a carefully cultivated and well worthwhile trip through the...
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Diageo Adds a Bulleit Attraction to Bourbon Country

September 17, 2014
bulleit ribbon cutting

All photos by Kevin Gibson.  Louisville, Ky., mayor Greg Fischer told the crowd at the ribbon-cutting for the new...
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Beer Academy

Photo by mkatcheks

If You’re Making Chili, Be Sure To Use the Right Beer

One of my best friends is a minister; Kory is in his 40s and has never tasted alcohol before. But when he decided to enter a chili contest a few years ago, he reached out with a question: “What kind of beer do you use to make your chili?” Yeah, I make pretty good...

Barbarian Ale barrel aging at Copper and Kings, photo by Kevin Gibson

Beer Meets Brandy

Barrel-aged beers are surely a “thing” these days, as beer nerds seek out fun new options for enjoying brewed beverages. But typically, what comes out of a barrel in step one is whiskey or bourbon, at least in the Midwest. Perhaps ironically, in Louisville, Ky. – right in the middle of bourbon country –...

Cocktail Colloquium

3 Bags Full Cocktail by Josh Powell

Native Spirit: The Real American Beauty

It’s September! Meaning sweater weather, pumpkin spice lattes and crunchy leaves underfoot. It also...

Pimms Cup. Photo by mobil'homme.

Our Writers Sip To the End of Summer

Labor Day weekend in the US is the last long weekend of summer, and...