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The 5 Best Museum Bars in the United States

The 5 Best Museum Bars in the United States

Museums are filled with culture, but oftentimes, they’re lacking one important part of American culture that a substantial portion of the population partakes in: drinking culture. No matter how many famous paintings, sculptures, or historical artifacts, the human story simply can’t be told without talking about alcohol. Enter the museum bar. Museum bars, when you find […]

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Our 11 Favorite Beer-Basted Rib Recipes

Our 11 Favorite Beer-Basted Rib Recipes

With the weather warming up, we can’t stop thinking about all the delicious barbecue food in our near future, including beer-basted ribs. This sweetly savory dish is one of our favorite things to throw on the grill. We’ve rounded up 12 recipe variations of our favorite finger-licking treat for the ultimate guide to Beer Basted […]

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Why You Should Drink a Hurricane This Weekend

Why You Should Drink a Hurricane This Weekend

Fat Tuesday is on Feb. 28, and the weekend will be filled with Mardi Gras parties across the southern United States. That means beads, parades, floats, and King’s Cake with a little baby Jesus. It’s also an excuse to drink New Orleans-style this weekend with Hurricane cocktails. The Hurricane cocktail may or may not have […]

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The Three Fondue Recipes You Need To Make Right Now

The Three Fondue Recipes You Need To Make Right Now

If one food and wine pairing is the mother of them all, it’s wine and cheese. It’s the ultimate combination of comfort and class (just like our own mothers!), satisfying yet exuberant. During these cold winter months, fondue provides an exciting, festive (and warm) alternative to the usual cheese platter. Not only does fondue pair […]

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How a Group of Ohio Friars Helped Make Wild Yeast Beer

How a Group of Ohio Friars Helped Make Wild Yeast Beer

In the summer of 2015, Bret Baker was on a mission. The head of brewing operations at Urban Artifact Beer was determined to catch wild yeast — in Cincinnati. That summer, Baker was at St. Anthony’s Shrine, a Catholic church less than 10 miles outside of downtown Cincinnati with around 20 friars, trying to capture the taste of the place in […]

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