Rutgers University of New Jersey has a Center of Alcohol Studies. It has its own library, which “maintains one of the world’s largest and most comprehensive collections of English-language documents pertaining to the biomedical and psychosocial aspects of alcohol use and
A couple years back, some slick alco-popsicles arrived for review. We thought they were clever, though the effort to flavor them as mixed drinks didn’t always work. Well, here we have a variation (or shall we say refinement?) on the
Cocktails aside, hitherto the whiskey (or whisky) drinker has faced four options for enjoying his liquor. He or she can take it: neat at room temperature; or with a little tepid water. If he finds taking it at room temperature
Running AlcoholReviews.com is great—we get to sample an unbelievable number of beverages, many of which are terrific. But, there are those that are not so hot. Usually, we just don’t review the duds. And sometimes we encounter REALLY awful products.
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
Need advice on what to give this year? Well, then, peek at the AlcoholReviews.com 2010 Gift Guide. We’ve re-examined the dozens of products we’ve reviewed over the past year or so and selected the top items for the gift guide.