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This Book Covers the Hard Stuff

10 hours ago   |   NY Times

“American Cider” looks at the history of the beverage, and it discusses how it is made, too.
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Pirates of the Cari-beer-an: Underwater Beer-Aging Project Foiled by Deep-Diving Thieves

Pirates of the Cari-beer-an: Underwater Beer-Aging Project Foiled by Deep-Diving Thieves

13 hours ago   |   Vine Pair

While it's long been thought that pirates prefer rum , it's clear now that they also have a taste for beer. In Mar del Plata, a seaside city in the Argentine province of Buenos...
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Portland Cider Co. Donates $12,500 to Hunger-Free Oregon

16 hours ago   |   Brewbound

Portland Cider Co. has made a donation of $12,500 to Hunger-Free Schools, an initiative of Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon that is committed to actively working to end hunger...
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Reyes Strikes Again, Agrees to Acquire Redding Distributing in Northern California

Reyes Strikes Again, Agrees to Acquire Redding Distributing in Northern California

16 hours ago   |   Brewbound

The Reyes Beer Division remains a very active acquirer in the state of California. The largest beer wholesaler in the U.S. continued to add to its business in the state today...
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Spanish ruby

Spanish ruby

17 hours ago   |   Cocktail Virgin Slut

1 1/2 oz Plantation 3 Star Rum 1 oz Lime Juice 1/2 oz Amontillado Sherry 1/2 oz Grapefruit Liqueur 1/2 oz Cinnamon Syrup Shake with ice, strain into a cocktail coupe, and...
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How Talking Cedar Became the First Legally Operated Tribal-Owned Brewery and Distillery

How Talking Cedar Became the First Legally Operated Tribal-Owned Brewery and Distillery

17 hours ago   |   Imbibe Magazine

What started as a plan for a destination hotel in Grand Mound, Washington, quickly transformed into something more complex, triggering a chain of events that would reshape...
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Exploring the Origins of the Chocolate We Drink

Exploring the Origins of the Chocolate We Drink

17 hours ago   |   Imbibe Magazine

Chef Selena Cadenas stands before the comal , gently roasting cocoa seeds and cinnamon that will become part of pinole. The beverage is flavored with cacao, a colorful fruit...
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Q&A: Filmmaker Erica Rose

17 hours ago   |   Imbibe Magazine

When New York-based filmmaker Erica Rose learned about the endangered nature of America's lesbian bars-fewer than 20 are still in existence- she and co-founder Elina Street...
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Gear: Matcha Tools

17 hours ago   |   Imbibe Magazine

Grassy, delicate, and earthy sweet, fine-ground matcha tea has been made and served as a part of Japanese tea ceremonies dating back to the 16th century. Traditional...
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Taste Test: Single Malt Scotch

17 hours ago   |   Imbibe Magazine

For our March/April 2021 issue , we explore the world of Scotch whisky, and it's impossible to talk about the joys of scotch without talking about the sublimity of single...
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Italian Style Beef Wellington

Beef Wellington is a true delicacy often served on holidays and very special occasions that your dinner guests will find very impressive. Making a great Beef Wellington is... Read more ...

Chicken Liver Pate

Pâté sounds intimidating to make but this Chicken Liver Pâté recipe is simple and inexpensive yet has a magnificent flavor. This recipe combines the flavors of chicken livers... Read more ...

Tequila-Lime Marinated Angus Sirloin - Sound of Flavor

The Roasted Red Pepper Semolina Focaccia recipe in the latest video from POV Italian Cooking is packed full of flavor but still an easy bread to make at home. This Italian... Read more ...

This Book Covers the Hard Stuff

“American Cider” looks at the history of the beverage, and it discusses how it is made, too. Read more ...

Pirates of the Cari-beer-an: Underwater Beer-Aging Project Foiled by...

Pirates of the Cari-beer-an: Underwater Beer-Aging Project Foiled by Deep-Diving Thieves

While it's long been thought that pirates prefer rum , it's clear now that they also have a taste for beer. In Mar del Plata, a seaside city in the Argentine province of Buenos... Read more ...

Reyes Strikes Again, Agrees to Acquire Redding Distributing in Northern...

Reyes Strikes Again, Agrees to Acquire Redding Distributing in Northern California

The Reyes Beer Division remains a very active acquirer in the state of California. The largest beer wholesaler in the U.S. continued to add to its business in the state today... Read more ...

Portland Cider Co. Donates $12,500 to Hunger-Free Oregon

Portland Cider Co. has made a donation of $12,500 to Hunger-Free Schools, an initiative of Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon that is committed to actively working to end hunger... Read more ...

Spanish ruby

Spanish ruby

1 1/2 oz Plantation 3 Star Rum 1 oz Lime Juice 1/2 oz Amontillado Sherry 1/2 oz Grapefruit Liqueur 1/2 oz Cinnamon Syrup Shake with ice, strain into a cocktail coupe, and... Read more ...

How Talking Cedar Became the First Legally Operated Tribal-Owned Brewery and...

How Talking Cedar Became the First Legally Operated Tribal-Owned Brewery and Distillery

What started as a plan for a destination hotel in Grand Mound, Washington, quickly transformed into something more complex, triggering a chain of events that would reshape... Read more ...

Exploring the Origins of the Chocolate We Drink

Exploring the Origins of the Chocolate We Drink

Chef Selena Cadenas stands before the comal , gently roasting cocoa seeds and cinnamon that will become part of pinole. The beverage is flavored with cacao, a colorful fruit... Read more ...

Taste Test: Single Malt Scotch

For our March/April 2021 issue , we explore the world of Scotch whisky, and it's impossible to talk about the joys of scotch without talking about the sublimity of single... Read more ...

Gear: Matcha Tools

Grassy, delicate, and earthy sweet, fine-ground matcha tea has been made and served as a part of Japanese tea ceremonies dating back to the 16th century. Traditional... Read more ...

Q&A: Filmmaker Erica Rose

When New York-based filmmaker Erica Rose learned about the endangered nature of America's lesbian bars-fewer than 20 are still in existence- she and co-founder Elina Street... Read more ...