My country, ’tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty, where one day it’ll surely be legal to drink publicly. Until then, the freedom to spend a nice summer day drinking in a public park without worrying about arrest is just a dream — unless you happen to be in one of the cities on the […]
The Major League baseball season is almost two months old already, which means there’s a decent chance you’ve been to the ballpark and experienced the annual American tradition of beer price sticker shock. The folks at Team Marketing Report have been doing their research as well, and it’s time to unveil the 2016 edition of […]
There is no denying that the real ”King Of Beers” is the mighty IPA. As craft beer continues to eat macro-beer’s market share, one style, and one style alone, reigns above all others – the IPA. There are literally thousands of IPA options to choose from at this point, from breweries across the country. And […]
Cheese is one of the most magical and delicious creations to ever grace this earth. Not only is it incredible on its own, when combined with wine, it’s orgasmic. And nowhere produces more delicious, iconic cheese than France. So here’s your official guide to the cheeses of France. Get to know them, dig in, and […]
When it comes to tequila, the United States appears to be a nation divided (you should see our whiskey preferences). Consumption per capita, from state to state (and D.C.) varies tremendously. The states that enjoy their tequila — largely concentrated out west — drink anywhere from 2 to 5 times as much, per capita, as […]
As French wine labels go, Champagne bottles aren’t particularly confusing, though they do have a language that is all their own. Before we even begin, we’ll stress that that if a bottle of sparkling wine doesn’t clearly say Champagne on the label, then you’re dealing with some other (perhaps delicious) bottle of bubbly. If you’re looking […]
Across the globe, there is no country with food and wine that’s more romanticized and sought after than Italy. It’s a place where good food and delicious wine is available at every turn, and taken seriously by the people who make it and those who consume it. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that each region’s quintessential […]
America has a thirst for Irish whiskey. The Irish even spell whiskey like we do, with an e. Over the past half decade, imports of Irish Whiskey have soared, largely driven by Jameson’s success at convincing America that if you’re going to order a shot of (non-American) whiskey at the bar, it should be Jameson.
Over the last decade, the broader wine world has shed a good bit of its elitism, an act that many have referred to as a democratization of wine. Champagne is different. Champagne is about luxury, both aspirational and far-beyond.