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The DrinkDown: World Whisky Day Edition
May 20, 2016 in Friday Roundup
In this edition of The Drinkdown... we're celebrating World Whisky Day! That's right, this Saturday, May 21st, is World Whisky Day and what better way to celebrate than with all of these new whisk(e)y releases. Get your wallets out! [...] Continue Reading

Blood Oath Pact No. 2: Bourbon Review

Maybe you’ve heard of Luxco? Maybe you haven’t. Either way, it’s pretty likely that you’ve heard of some of Luxco’s products; like Rebel Yell and Ezra Brooks. The producer/importer has actually been around since the 1950s, and in the last 60 years … Continue reading


Wine Shorts: Idlewild Carignan 2013

Wine Shorts: For those times when wine is just too good not to write about. Ever since I was first introduced to Sam Bilbro of Idlewild Wines on a trip out to Sonoma a few years ago, I’ve been a huge fan … Continue reading


Jamaican Rum: Three Great Buys

Rum is one of the most diverse spirits in the world, with styles that vary dramatically from country to country, and even within specific regions. On the island of Jamaica you’ll find a large range–including rums that are light and clear … Continue reading


The DrinkDown: Jim Rutledge’s New Distillery, More Beer for Lawson’s and eBay Wine

In this week’s DrinkDown… Jim Rutledge announces a new distillery, Lawson’s Finest has expansion news, Drake’s got a whiskey, Coravin gets colorful, eBay gets in on wine (with a little help from Drync), and our drink of the week is a … Continue reading


Kosher-for-Passover Gin, Cocktails, from Distillery No. 209

Well, friends, another Passover is here, and for those of you that celebrate, that means one thing… no beer, whiskey or gin for the next week. Okay, it means more than that, but let’s face the facts: you’re hear to … Continue reading


CR&FTWERK: Beer Barrel-Aged Brandy From Copper & Kings

Over the past few years I’ve written a good amount about the convergence of beer, wine and spirits. As someone who enjoys all of the above, I love seeing the intersections, and how the process of making one can add to the … Continue reading


Great American Rum: Privateer’s Navy Yard

Scroll down for our review of Navy Yard and a cocktail recipe that you won’t want to miss. Ever since my last trip down to New Orleans I’ve been on a big rum kick. Blame it on Beachbum Berry, or … Continue reading


The DrinkDown: Narragansett Comes Home, New Wine Tech From Kuvée and Trillium Hop Heaven

In this week’s Drinkdown Narragansett brings it back home, forgery in Pappy land, new wine technology from Kuvée and our drink of the week is an insanely delicious mega hopped up 3rd anniversary double IPA from Trillium Brewing.  Brewing Local … Continue reading


Boston’s Hottest Cocktail Bars, and an Evening of Cocktail Magic

It’s a good time to be a craft cocktail drinker in America. Go to pretty much any major city and you’re bound to find a handful of bars and bartenders that are doing some seriously creative and delicious things with … Continue reading

WhistlePig 15 Vermont Estate Oak

WhistlePig 15 Year Vermont Estate Oak Rye Whiskey Review

As WhistlePig continues to ramp-up their grain-to-glass operation in Vermont, getting ever closer to putting out their own 100% house-made rye, they continue to do exciting things with purchased stock. Their latest limited edition release is a 15-year straight rye whiskey … Continue reading

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