There's a wine-dispensing truck involved. We're in.
Apr 14, 2014 4:00 pm
Few things are better than a 10-day road spring road trip. A 10-day spring road trip in a wine-dispensing truck, though, just may take the cake. Wines of Germany is hosting its second annual Riesling & Co. Road Trip this May, in collaboration with Paul Grieco from NYC’s Hearth and Terroir and wine author and expert Stuart Pigott. Read on.
Drink this non-kosher beer before or after Passover
Apr 14, 2014 1:00 pm
The mensches at Shmaltz Brewing Company have crafted a perfect beer for the occasion at their new brewery in Clifton Park, NY. Rejewvenator, as this annual release from their He'Brew line is called, is a combination of Belgian Dubbel ale and Doppelbock lager (known affectionately as a dubbel doppel). It’s been brewed in past years with figs, dates and grapes. This year's edition is awesome. The secret ingredient, after the jump.
We’re pretty much all coffee obsessives around these parts. In fact, here are 10 stories that remind us that craft coffee is taking over the world. We also occasionally offer up our take on the most influential people in the coffee game with the Food Republic Coffee Power Rankings. With that in mind, we took great interest in this high-quality infographic that illustrates how coffee is consumed around the world. It's a bit of a rabbit hole, we warn you.
Good juicing takes more than tossing a bunch of produce in an extractor and hoping the resulting liquid is palatable. Take charge of your glass with Julie Morris' Superfood Juices. Her tried-and-true blends are as delicious as they are packed with vitamins and antioxidants. Start off with a sweet, tangy grapefruit fennel juice.
If you're someone who doesn't want to take on more than opening a bottle and pouring out your evening's tipple, then Charleston company Bittermilk will serve you well, adding new life to your everyday vodka, gin or bourbon on the rocks. A look at a revolutionary pre-batched modifier and how to use it in a Tom Collins, after the jump.
If you’ve ever enjoyed a Guinness or Left Hand Brewery’s Milk Stout, two of the more well-known nitro stouts on draft or bottle, here’s some really exciting news: nitro craft beer is finally coming to cans. Allow us to welcome Oskar Blues Brewery Old Chub Scotch Ale to the party!
I’ve always liked to think of a wine in terms of a narrative, not just the potential of a bouquet to fill a novella, but the story of its place, its authors and the people that have made it available to you. Read on for new contributor Chad Walsh's debut on American wines.