Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere:
– Joshua Bernstein, author of The Complete IPA, debunks several prevailing myths about the IPA style.
– Many brewers are choosing not to distribute across state lines, citing concerns over quality control, expenses and environmental impact.
– While climate change threatens many wine regions, the rising temperatures are benefitting Germany’s pinot noir.
– Robert Simonson talks with Brad Thomas Parsons about his penchant for bitter liqueurs ahead of the release of Amaro.
– Baijiu producers are lowering the proof of the potent chinese liquor in an effort to win over Western drinkers.
– Finally, The New York Times highlights a unique alliance between truffle hunters and vintners in Barolo, Italy.
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