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Category: Wine, Spirits & Beer

The Cider Movement

Beer and wine have long been the two main players in the craft alcoholic drink game. But as of late in the United States, we have seen a surge in hard cider. Much like IPA skyrocketed from a rare microbrew rarely seen on menus to the leading driver of the craft beer movement, specialty hard cider […]

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The sugar in your wine

There’s been a lot of buzz lately about how sugar is bad for you and is present in a lot of the foods you eat on a daily basis, including the foods that are perceived as “healthy.” In fact, approximately 74% of packaged foods contain added sugar. Wine is no exception. While we’ve often been […]

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Scotch Regions: A Gent’s Guide

Scotch Regions

We covered the basics of scotch versus whiskey in an earlier post, but there is still a wealth of ground to be covered in pursuit of finding the perfect scotch to suit your palate. Up next: Scotland’s scotch regions and their (prevailing) effect on flavor and aroma. Lowlands: The staple of the Lowlands is triple […]

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The Single Malt: A Gent’s Primer

What is Scotch?

People have written entire books about scotch—often, therein, crowning it the ultimate in gentlemen’s drinks. For those whose reading lists might not revolve around malted barley, however, here’s a quick overview: Just like there are cars, performance cars, and trusted performance cars, there is whiskey, Scotch whisky (i.e., scotch), and single-malt scotch—and wide separation between […]

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The three Best US Cities to Visit for Beer Lovers

With microbreweries popping up on practically every corner there are so many amazing options for beer lovers traveling the US. Here are 3 cities every beer lover should visit at least once: Bend, Oregon. While Portland usually gets all of the attention, we think Bend deserves to be on this list with 1 brewery for […]

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Must Have Books on Whiskey Drinking

For the distinguished gentlemen, drinking whiskey is more than just a pastime – it’s an art. If you find yourself lacking, or untrained in the art of drinking whiskey, consider the following book list as required reading material. 1.     World Atlas of Whisky by Dave Broom – Dave Brown has already won the prestigious and […]

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