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o.k., this is not exactly the sort of drinks book that AlcoholReviews.com would usually mention. But rules may be broken for a good reason, and the reason here is straightforward: Reasons Mommy Drinks (Three Rivers Press, 2013) is very funny. Just
Simplicity—it has its appeals. Brewing Made Easy: A Step-by-Step Guide to Making Beer at Home (Storey, 2013, 2nd ed.) is a trim paperback that sells for less than $12, and it is written in clear, simple prose. It is aimed
So many drinks books, and so often they are not especially useful. This, however, is a very useful pocketbook. In fact, it is utilitarian through and through. Problem: You visit a market seeking wine and cheese, and you may have
This short, cute board book made us laugh. It is part of the “Baby be of use” series that McSweeney’s published. This one came out in 2005. It is durable enough that babies and toddlers can bang it about and
AlcoholReviews.com had the pleasure of sitting down with Richard Foss, author of Rum: A Global History (Reaktion, 2012). Naturally, we met in a bar, the classic Tune Inn on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Foss clearly enjoys tasting new rums,