Tess and Mark Szamatulski, Clone Brews: 2nd Edition, Recipes for 200 Brand-Name Beers (MA: Storey Publishing, 2010) Home-brewing is fun, but let’s be honest—it is a bummer to work up a batch, wait weeks for it to be ready, open
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.
This is an interesting product. Bourbon, according to law, must contain at least 51% corn in it mashbill. (The mashbill, put simply, is the grain recipe used to produce the whiskey.) Many distillers use much higher portions of corn, and
It’s the perfect stocking stuffer! (And, yes, it does fit in a stocking!) Just £6.49 in the U.K.! And only $10.85 in the U.S.! Copies of Whiskey: A Global !History (Reaktion Books, 2010) are elsewhere around the globe. Click here
Tired of the usual white wine selections at the grocery store? Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigo… These wines all can be done very well (or very badly), but there’s more to white wine than these three varietals. Take this Spanish
We often get asked a question that goes, roughly, like this: “So, I want to get my father-in-law/uncle/boss a nice bottle of Scotch. He likes single malts, but I don’t know much else. And I want it to be something