Daily News: Whiskey Brands Embrace Disaster, Mexico’s Top Mixologist

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – Imbibe investigates how California-based wineries are responding to the new norm of drought and wildfire. – According to Aaron Goldfarb, whiskey companies have a penchant for incorporating disasters into their branding. – The founder of Ravenswood winery, Joel Peterson, reflects on the progress of California wine over the past More

Daily News: George Washington’s Beer Recipe, China Sends Grapevines to Space

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – Synthetic alcohol that claims to prevent hangovers and liver damage is currently being tested in the U.K. – Blue Point Brewing Company has developed beer from a 1757 recipe penned by George Washington. – Jeff Morgenthaler asks why television so poorly reflects the state of More

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Daily News: Sommeliers Share their Guilty Wine Pleasures, Epic Steak’s $43 Martini

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – With the news of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s divorce, Forbes wonders how they will split their $60 million vineyard. – In Vinepair, sommeliers share their guilty wine pleasures, from Nicki Minaj’s Peach Moscato to the much-maligned Zinfandel. – Sake in Fukushima has been fighting an More

Daily News: America’s Next Cocktail Capital, Roald Dahl’s Coveted Wine Collection

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – As America’s wine culture matures, quality wine can be found in unexpected states from Idaho to Texas.  – In Munchies Barnaby Tuttle of Teutonic Wines discusses his personal winemaking philosophy. – 45 million-year-old shells beneath France’s Champagne region are believed to have influenced the local terroir. – Food Republic expounds the More

Daily News: Toby Cecchini Embraces the Cosmopolitan, Drinking Games Around the World

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – Aaron Goldfarb spotlights 10 drinking games from around the globe, from Japan’s Ping Pong Pang to Australia’s Goon of Fortune. – The ancient sour style of Flanders red beer has established a strong foothold in American bars. – Shake, Stir, Sip is Kara Newman’s More

Daily News: Bill Murray Bartends in Greenpoint, Robert Simonson on the Drinks that Made his Career

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – The New York Times cocktail writer, Robert Simonson, highlights the ten drinks that made his career. – Bill Murray tended bar at 21 Greenpoint to celebrate the opening of his son’s restaurant. – The niche world of artisanal ice is turning back towards the traditional cube. More

Daily News: The Best Beers in Every State, Paul Calvert’s Hangover Cures

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – Atlanta magazine interviews Paul Calvert, co-owner of Ticonderoga Club, to discover his hangover cures, favorite dive bars and more. – A new study suggests that the accumulated sensory experiences that come with being a sommelier result in a thickening of the sensory part of the brain. – NPR probes Jack More

Daily News: PDT’s New Pop-Up, Booker and Dax to Close

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – PDT has opened a pop-up serving tequila and hot dogs in Barcelona’s Mandarin Oriental hotel. – The waning Russian wine industry has received an unexpected boost from Western sanctions. – New York City’s Booker and Dax will close after a five year run at the More

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Daily News: Russian Drinking Traditions, Cannabis and Wine Dinner Pairings

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – A crowd-funded, community-oriented distillery, Republic Restoratives, hopes to energize Washington, D.C.’s craft spirit industry. – Russian drinking traditions inform the social atmosphere at Bonnie Morales’s Kachka, in Portland, OR. – The Los Angeles Times pegs grisette as the next historical beer style to make More

Daily News: Saving Britain’s Pubs, The History of Celebrity Spirits Spokesmen

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – In response to the continuing closure of Britain’s pubs, the London borough of Wandsworth has given 120 of them protected status. – In a move that mirrors the trajectory of the craft beer industry, large spirit brands are increasingly acquiring craft distilleries. – An Armenian cave complex More

The Punch A-Z

Falernum

(n.): A sweetened syrup or liqueur made from lime zest, cloves, sugar, ginger and almonds that most likely originated in 19th-century Barbados. It can be either nonalcoholic or alcoholic and is often yellow in color. Though several lay claim to its invention, the mix was likely made in many households before commercial production began. The […]

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