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This earthy-colored nut isn't just a nutritious and delicious bar snack.
Moonshine goes by many names: hooch; white lightning; corn likker; mountain dew; white whiskey. The illicit stuff has been around long enough to tak...
Right after I poured her a gin and tonic, and squeezed extra limes in the bubbles, she asked, why are you so miserable? She was training to be a therapist. But I wasn't bitter. I told her I owned a less than stellar I.Q and she was mistaking misery for a lack of brains.
Drinking healthy to most people means vodka sodas, the occasional glass of wine and no beer. B-O-R-I-N-G.
Time was when barrel-aging spirits was a strict two-way collaboration between Mother Nature and Father Time. Well, that's all about to change. Sure,...
It's tough to select one drink to be stuck with on a proverbial desert island. To find out which drinks truly have the most staying power, we polled a group of esteemed cocktail experts to name the one drink they'd marry until death do them part.
To figure out the best cities for drinking in 2015, we imbibed all over this great nation and weighed many factors, from closing times and historical impact to happy hours, breweries, and contributions to drinking culture.
It's all those tiny details that contribute to bar feeling as though it has been lived in.
The problem with sweet mixed drinks is they taste so damn good.
Behind every great liquor brand is a great story.
Savory flavors are one sure-fire secret to shaking up your boring drink order.
Liquor and food do a dance that no other pairing knows the steps to.
It can add its unique profile to everything from an Old Fashioned to a Lemon Drop to a tiki drink.
We're not even into the New Year, but it's a safe bet what you're seeking in your next drink.
We're living in a golden age for liquor -- let's just get that out of the way first. There's more quality booze being made by more people in more pla...
It's not hard to imagine how one of our ancestors may have discovered the intoxicating effects of a decomposed batch of grapes left in a container for too long. But how do you explain such oddities as baby mouse wine or three-penis liquor?