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Inside the Arkansas Microbrewery Making Beer in Al Capone’s Former Digs

Inside the Arkansas Microbrewery Making Beer in Al Capone’s Former Digs

Walking over the white penny tile floor at Superior Bathhouse, a microbrewery in Hot Springs, Ark., it’s hard to imagine that the former hydro-spa sat vacant and in disrepair from 1983 to 2013. Today, Superior Bathhouse has the distinction of being the first brewery located within a national park, and the only in the world […]

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Drunk & Hungry: A Visit To Atlanta’s The Majestic

Drunk & Hungry: A Visit To Atlanta’s The Majestic

Ponce De Leon Avenue – simply known as Ponce to most locals – connects downtown Atlanta to the communities of Decatur, Clarkston and Stone Mountain, GA. But the Avenue does more than simply connect the city’s economic center to other suburbs. As the road snakes through Atlanta, Ponce has historically served as the dividing line […]

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The Rosé Test

The Rosé Test

It happens like this almost every time. I’ll have a friend over and offer a glass of Rosé. The friend glances skeptically at the offering. “No thanks, I prefer red.” Sometimes I’ll get desperate–“But it’s not sweet,” I’ll counter. “You know, ROSE­AY, not ZIN.” And yet still: “No thanks.” Rosé began its rise in popularity […]

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America’s Best Drinking Town: Atlanta

America’s Best Drinking Town: Atlanta

America is undergoing a drinking revolution. Across the board, people are seeking out great drinks, from delicious cocktails to pleasing glasses of wine and creative craft beer. And helping to lead the way in this drinking renaissance are some of America’s greatest cities. Everyone thinks their town is the best drinking town in America, but […]

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