According to the American Chemical Society, wine funk can be removed by copper. Have a look.
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I first encountered Tony Millionaire‘s work when I worked at New York Press in the late 1990s. His comics were brilliantly drawn, and their story lines usually bawdy. The madcap adventures of Drinky Crow and his simian friend, Uncle Gabby,
Yes, incentives matter. And beer is a strong incentive. Here’s the story of the American “beer bridge” courtesy of Alfred M. Beck et. al., The Corps of Engineers: The War Against Germany (1985): “Work on the ponton bridge at Koenigswinter, which
Interested in microdistilling? Then subscribe to Distiller magazine. It is published by the California-based American Distilling Institute. Some time back, we interviewed Bill Owens, ADI’s founder. (Listen to the podcast here.) For more information or to subscribe, surf to http://www.distilling.com.
We were young, we were wild, we were living in New York, and dare we say it—we were ahead of our time. In 2002 AlcoholReviews.com launched a downloadable magazine called The Review of Beers, Spirits, & Wines. (Check out Issue