This cocktail was named for President William McKinley. It is a variation on the Manhattan. You will need rye, sweet vermouth, cherry liqueuer, absinthe, and a lemon peel. Watch here for instructions, which I gave to the White House Historical
This red blend from Hermann, Missouri has become a house wine for us. It costs about $12 a bottle, and shows great fruit and vanilla, and has a rich mouth-feel. This red wine pairs really well with cheese and meat.
Kevin Williamson writes: Here is a sobering fact: The No. 1 input expense for American beer brewers isn’t barley or hops or cool refreshing Rocky Mountain spring water or anything like that. It’s aluminum. Some of your smaller hipster craft
Some years ago, Remy commissioned artists to design limited edition wrappers for their bottles. This is one of them—this one is pretty fun. It also exhibits that Cognac-makers realized there was profit in evolving their marketing, moving it beyond the
The other week, I spoke live with Jarrett Dieterle about his new book, Give Me Liberty and Give me a Drink! What follows below is a transcript of our conversation, edited and shortened for your reading ease. AlcoholReviews.com: So you’ve
I had the pleasure of interviewing Jarrett Dieterle about his new book, Give Me Liberty and Give Me a Drink!, which provides a rollicking, recipe-packed tour of America’s most bizarre and antiquated alcohol laws. Enjoy, and get a copy of