Women in whiskey – Marianne Barnes named Master Distiller at new Old Taylor.
Looking for wine value? Check out Sam’s Selections.
More on making old spirits very quickly.
Thrillist ranks US Presidents by degrees of partying.
Gives new meaning to “political party.”
Whisky scented fabric. From Scotland… where else?
Cellaring Beer with Adam Avery.
One more reason to get a Binny’s Card.
Restores your faith in humanity.
An oldie but a goodie:
Check out this quick and handy Whiskey Family Tree.
Byproduct of cocktail culture: fake good cocktails?
Why is craft beer expensive?
Thrillist brings you Best Small American Distilleries.
Also Pappy Jello Shots.
Bourbon association announces golden age for bourbon.
Cynicism aside, that link contains some interesting numbers.
Sometimes we follow hyperlinks too much. Case it point:
led us to this
and then this
and then we got back to work.
Wine, health benefits of: cavity prevention.
Inflammatory sentence: “Most people think paying anything more than £6 a bottle is mad. Most of the industry think anything under £6 is shit.”
Beer, craft: diversity.
Beer, local: go Blackhawks.
Beer, science of: nitro beer explained.
Beer, slumber: beer barrel bed.
We don’t usually end up with leftover wine, but when we do…
Chuck Cowdery digs deeper into federal whiskey regulations re: flavored whiskey.
Speaking of, no, we can’t get Austin’s infamous 99 Pack.
Lose weight with the Iggy Pop diet.
A health story we can get behind.
Old school cocktail recipe scans. For fans of cocktails and also old timey things.
You heard about the earthquake in Napa.
No age statement whiskies: more popular than ever.
We are interested in what you think.
guysdrinkingbeer.com’s Karl Klockars: what about this beer label seems acceptable?
Wine Spectator’s Matt Kramer: good wine retailers push wine value.
Is too many craft beers a problem?
Thoughtful article starts with alarmist headline, finishes on hopeful note.
An interesting read about all the new craft rye, whiskey brands today.
The thing is, MGP juice (can we just call them LDI?) is actually really good.
We recently mentioned countering counterfeit wine.
Maybe the most famous wine counterfeiting saga came to this end.
Another one of these already?
Remember Jim Koch, eating yeast, not getting too tipsy?
Using science to fight counterfeit wines.
Germany wins World Cup. In the aftermath, beer is stolen.
Ten trucks. Nobody but the cops seem to notice.
Why combat global climate change?
Includes Malort which is only “international” if you aren’t from Chicago.
Women: inherently better at tasting.
Study also finds exercise slightly more beneficial than wine.
Standing in lines: Why people do it.
Is the beer that good, or is it an information cascade?
How to phase out sulfites: give wine the bends.
Congrats to us for winning another one of these.
Mass produced wine, good tasting, making: economics and chemistry.
More chemistry: make older whiskey faster.
Not sure that’s how that works, guys.
This story again: Wine Good for Teeth
My dental hygienist just doesn’t get it.
We do actually get this question a lot.
Central question: “What do you feed 26 hungry Germans?”
Hot in the news: powdered alcohol.
Lagunitas in Chicago? Their first batch was bottled this month!
This story with Jim Koch has raised some eyebrows.
In short, he suggests you eat yeast in yogurt to not get drunk.
If you have Parker access, absolutely read Neal Martin’s Bordeaux 2013 report.
The cutest beer story in years.