Daily News: Brother Cleve’s Favorite Boston Drinks, Run the Jewels’ New IPA

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – Following the implementation of a new bill, UC Davis will be allowed to sell wine made by students rather than dispose of it. – LA’s arts district has become a hub of craft vodka distilleries. – Run the Jewels has created a More

Daily News: Pappy Van Winkle Releases 25-Year-Old Bourbon, Boston Might Ban Glassware at Bars

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – After a spate of bar fights in Boston, city officials are considering banning glassware at bars. – Pappy Van Winkle is releasing 710 bottles of 25-year-old bourbon. – Bayou Teche is a family run brewery producing distinctive Cajun craft beer in the heart of Louisiana. More

Daily News: The Case Against Bar Stools, Eleven Madison Park Pop Up

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – David Wondrich makes the case against bar stools. – A chance discovery of cobblestone fields has yielded a unique wine growing territory in the Walla Walla Valley. – A Montana man has been chronicling the state’s brewing history with decades worth of collected More

Daily News: BrewDog Offers Paid Leave for Puppy Owners, The New International Brewers to Know

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – Aaron Goldfarb highlights a new wave of international brewers drawing from American styles. – BrewDog is offering a week of paid leave for employees with new puppies or rescue dogs. – After losing a Super Bowl bet with Boston Beer, a brewery in Atlanta More

Daily News: Walmart Sued Over Their Fake Craft Beer, Argentina’s Winemaking Pioneers

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – Heineken’s plans to acquire a pub chain in the U.K. are being questioned by the Competition and Markets Authority. – A class-action lawsuit against Walmart claims that the retailer falsely labeled their beer as “craft.” – One writer asks if a new More

Daily News: The Definitive Cocktail of New Orleans, Craft Cocktails on Airplanes

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – According to The New York Times, the growing trend of cat wine has proved unpopular with cats. – California wine is experiencing “premiumization” as it continues to garner higher price tags in foreign markets. – Airlines are increasingly showcasing craft cocktails from bars like More

Daily News: Recreating Beer from 5,000 Year Ago, Bonsai Tree Beer

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – Eric Asimov questions whether more restaurants should forego the ritual of offering guests the first taste of wine. – Stanford University students have recreated a 5,000-year-old beer recipe. – A Brazilian brewer is using branches from $20,000 bonsai trees in his beer. More

Daily News: Brother Cleve Talks Music and Cocktails, Rick Astley Collaborates with Mikkeller

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – Lucky Peach has the story behind Rick Astley’s collaboration with Mikkeller. – Simply because of its name, the tiny appellation of Saint-Amour sells a third of its annual output on Valentines Day every year. – A home brewer in Queens, New York is hoping spontaneous More

Daily News: The State of Michigan’s Hops, The Wineries of Salinas Valley

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – As part of their annual “Beer Camp” 12-Pack, Sierra Nevada has enlisted six international breweries. – An American studies doctorate student at Harvard will fill the Smithsonian’s beer historian position. – The New York Times visits the wineries of California’s Salinas Valley. – Over the past More

Daily News: Bringing Brewing Techniques to the Kitchen, The Rise of Personality-Driven Wine Lists

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Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere: – The San Francisco Chronicle discusses the phenomenon of personality-driven wine lists. – Tequila has never been more popular in the U.S., but its future is uncertain in the Trump era. – An Israeli brewpub draws ire for serving Palestinian craft beer. – Finally, Denver-based chef, More

The Punch A-Z

Buck (Mule)

(n.) Falling under the umbrella of Coolers, this family of drinks distinguishes itself by the addition of ginger ale as the fizzy component to a base of spirit and citrus juice, served over ice. The citrus is often left in the glass. Thought to have originated in near-parallel with the Rickey in the late 1890s, […]

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