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I posted a little while ago on twitter on how glad I was that summer was over, making room for some wonderful stirred drinks… and pumpkin spice lattes from Starbucks that nobody seems to shut up about. I mean, they aretasty, …

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Bartending can lead to an amazing career & lifestyle. This leads many people looking into online bartending schools and courses to help them land their first bartending job. I don’t blame them! Bartending is great and there’s “never a dull …

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About 6 months ago, I reached out to BarProducts.com and applied for their ‘bartender of the month’ competition. And in the month of September, I won! Fantastic news :-). What made it even better though was that after I won, …

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Here’s the breakdown on the Rhône Valley: Located in southeast France, along 125 miles of the river, there is a distinct division between Northern and Southern Rhône, and between the wines as well as the land, climate, customs, and food. …

The Rhone Valley: One of France’s Famous Wine Regions Read More »

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The German word “lagern” means to store or stock. Despite the current craft beer boom and the proliferation of domestic ales, lager beer styles such as Pilsner are by far the most popular beers in the United States. Since “to …

Cellaring Beer: Why and How to Store Beer in a Cellar Read More »

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At some point, almost every true beer fan toys with the idea of brewing his own. The notion is definitely tempting: the costs are relatively low, the results relatively good, and will clearly be put to better use than six …

Beer Making Basics: Beginner’s Home Brewing Ingredients and Equipment Read More »

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Beer classification typically splits into two groups—ales and lagers—determined by the type of yeast used to spur fermentation. Ale uses top-fermenting yeast, and lager uses bottom-fermenting yeast. However, most ale and lager yeasts are cultured; they are hybrid products, exhibiting …

Wild Yeast Unleashes the Unique Qualities of Lambic Beer Read More »

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The grapes used for making brandy vary according to the geographic region of the spirit’s production, as do refinements to the process. Sherries, for example, range from sweet to dry, and none of them taste like Cognac. However, but the …

Making Grape Brandy: Aging and Blending for Better Flavor Read More »

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Parsley has a cousin that might surprise you: anise, which imparts the flavor we think of as licorice. Anise is the cornerstone of the liqueur anisette and over a dozen others from all over the world. Anise liqueur was developed …

Anise Liqueurs: A Liquorice Treat for Grownups Read More »

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When my son was young he called every drink with bubbles “sparkle juice.” I still think of champagne as sparkle juice. You get the volcanic party-in-a-bottle pop, too! Proving that life is indeed good. And, maybe a bit confusing. It …

The Difference Between Champagne & Sparkling Wine Read More »

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