Daily News: The New Bar in the Four Seasons Space, Sake Made With Saliva

Sake

Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – Accused of acting like the multinational beer companies they oppose, BrewDog has withdrawn its case against a pub that bears the same name as its newly launched Lone Wolf vodka. – Stone Brewing explains the process behind their Full Circle pale ale. – According More

Daily News: The Return of the Mission Grape, Rodham Rye

Grapes

Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – Alberta, Canada is hoping to use alcohol to counter slumping oil prices. – The San Francisco Chronicle reports that California’s mission grape is making a comeback. – A distillery in D.C. has created Rodham Rye in honor of Hillary Clinton. – Paste profiles Mount Gay’s Master More

Daily News: A Cloud that Rains Tequila, Pink’s Favorite Wines

Tequila

Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – In a promotional effort, the Mexico Tourism Board has commissioned a cloud that rains tequila. – Imbibe interviews Bianca Bosker, author of the forthcoming Cork Dork. – A biophysicist at Brandeis University has created a drip-free wine bottle. – Gallo, one of the largest wine More

Daily News: A Pub Just for Bartenders, Heineken’s Problematic Logo

Heineken

Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – Jim Meehan illuminates the rare pechuga expression of mezcal. – Wired makes the case against beer being brewed in space. – Due to it’s resemblance to communist iconography, Heineken’s red star logo might be banned in Hungary. – Israeli archeologists have discovered hundreds of More

Daily News: Terroir in Whiskey, Toilet Water Beer

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – The largest auction of Japanese whiskey ever will take place next month in Britain with an average appraisal of $2,500. – The man responsible for Fireball’s rise is hoping to duplicate his success with Ghost Tequila. – October explores the versatility of More

Daily News: The Origins of The Bloody Mary, Boycotting Ballast Point

Bloody mary

Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – Marijuana continues to prosper in California’s wine country. – A boycott of Ballast Point has been called for following apparent ties between the beer brand and Paul Ryan. – October offers insight on the current rate of craft breweries that are closing. – Brian Bartels explores More

Daily News: Chicago’s Most Important Beer, The Oldest Whiskey in the World

Whiskey

Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – The Chicago Tribune highlights the city’s 15 most important beers ever. – The oldest whiskey in the world is being incorporated into a luxury wrist watch. – According to a new study, more than a quarter of beer drinkers are opting to buy legal marijuana instead. More

Daily News: China’s Top Craft Brewers, The Manhattan Cocktail Classic Returns

Genny Cream Ale

Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – After a three year break, the Manhattan Cocktail Classic will return this May. – Bon Appétit explores the history of cream ale. – This St. Patrick’s Day, the beloved New York Irish pub, Neary’s, will celebrate it’s 50th anniversary. – Ab InBev is seeking to acquire several More

Daily News: Gun Advocates Boycott Tito’s, Japan’s Natural Wine Bars

Wine

Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – Latin American spirits are having a moment at bars across the U.S. – Kara Newman reports that a growing number of Irish whiskies are being matured in wine barrels. – Gun advocates are calling for a boycott of Tito’s vodka following the brand’s More

Daily News: Chemically Cloned Wines, Slovenian Winery Honors Melania Trump

March 2016 Long Reads

Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – A Slovenian winery has released a wine called “First Lady” in honor of Melania Trump. – A growing number of nationally-important breweries are cropping up in the Hudson Valley. – Forbes explores the value of chemically-cloned wines. – With the craft beer world in flux, many brewers More

The Punch A-Z

Tennessee Whiskey

(n.) This straight bourbon whiskey made in Tennessee must be distilled from a mash of at least 51-percent corn, plus a mix of barley, rye and wheat and aged for two years in oak barrels. Some Tennessee whiskeys undergo a charcoal filtration before being aged in barrel, called the Lincoln County Process, which helps to […]

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