Meet Super Punch, Pittsburgh’s Syrupy Answer to Malört

Super Punch has long been a favorite drink in Pittsburgh’s Little Italy, but today, this obscure amaro is gaining steam as a shot for drinkers in the know.

The Most Notable New Bars in America, Spring/Summer 2017

Our picks for the most notable bar openings of the spring and summer.

Meet the Who’s Who of Beer Cool

Only a small number of beers display both the innovation and reach to be considered exemplary of the current zeitgeist.

Five Cocktails from America’s Hottest New Bars

From a thoroughly modern take on the Daiquiri to an updated Aperol Spritz, here are five cocktails from five notable new or forthcoming bars.

Just How Important Is Sherry to Scotch Whisky?

For decades, aging in sherry barrels was central to the flavor profile of Scotch—until the supply suddenly dried up.

The Year the IPA Came to Rule Craft Beer

With the launch of Pliny the Younger in 2005, the IPA quickly became the canvas for craft beer experimentation. Aaron Goldfarb on the year that the IPA went from sleeper to sensation, and why.
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Jäger’s Unlikely Cocktail-World Resurgence

Jägermeister—the longtime unofficial shot of bros worldwide—has quietly been making inroads in the craft cocktail community.

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Bringing the Italian Ritual of “Resentin” to the Bar World

Welcome to “In the Details,” a series on the unique features that give some of America’s most interesting bars their character. This time: the decadent ritual of “resentin” at Chicago’s Sink|Swim.

Meet Yakka: The Trashcan Cocktail of College Debaters Worldwide

The unofficial drink of the college debate world has a cult-like following, and nebulous origins. Drew Lazor on how this trashcan brew became a global phenomenon.

Inside Miami's Iconic Little Havana Bar, Ball & Chain

The 82-year-old Calle Ocho mainstay has lived several lives before taking on its current form in 2014. Lizzie Munro on Miami's legendary bastion of Cuban cocktails and jazz.
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The Best Drink Books of Spring and Summer 2017

From an ode to the Bloody Mary to a substantive guide to rosé to a recipe book from one of Australia’s most important bars, here are the best new drink books being released this spring and summer.

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Meet Greece’s Best White Wines

Welcome to “Crib Sheet,” your monthly shortcut to what’s hot in wine right now, in four bottles. This month: Greece’s breakout hitmaker, assyrtiko.

The Punch A-Z

Mull

(v.) To add spices, sugar and fruit to a heated beverage, usually wine. Common mulling spices include cinnamon, cloves and citrus peel. This tradition, often associated with winter holidays, has long roots in Europe, where many cultures have their own version of mulled wine: Glühwein in Germany, Gløgg in Norway and Vin Chaud in France.

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