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The Best Hangover Relief, Preferred by Doctors and Celebrities, Is 99.9% Perfect

The Best Hangover Relief, Preferred by Doctors and Celebrities, Is 99.9% Perfect

A newly 25-year-old New Yorker walks into an East Village clinic on a bitter Saturday morning in February. “I’m sorry, I know this sounds gross, but I just keep throwing up bile,” she tells the nurse. “I’m so hungover.” As a birthday gift, the quarter-centurion’s friends paid for her treatment at the I.V. Doc, a […]

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11 Things You Need to Know About Glenfiddich Scotch Whisky

11 Things You Need to Know About Glenfiddich Scotch Whisky

You may not be familiar with Dufftown, Scotland (pop. 1,667), but you have no doubt heard of its most famous export. Glenfiddich is the world’s leading single malt whisky distiller and sold 1.22 million 9-liter cases in 2017 alone. That’s no small feat, especially seeing how all the water used in the Speyside distillery’s production […]

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We Asked 10 Brewers: What’s the Best Thing That’s Changed Since You Started Working in Beer?

We Asked 10 Brewers: What’s the Best Thing That’s Changed Since You Started Working in Beer?

If you’re into beer, chances are you’ve noticed the craft landscape is rapidly shifting. There are currently 7,000-plus breweries in the U.S., more than 6,000 of which opened in the last 10 years.  Another 1,000 breweries are expected to open in 2019. Basically, more people are paying attention to beer than ever before. We asked […]

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Do It for the Culture: The Florida Visionary Bringing Together Beer and Blackness

Do It for the Culture: The Florida Visionary Bringing Together Beer and Blackness

People like him, black men like him, don’t like beer. They can’t afford “good” beer. They most certainly aren’t fond of the taste. And if they’re going to buy a 6-pack or bottle to bring home from their local package store, they will inevitably choose cheap malt liquor, a 40-ounce, Corona, or Heineken.

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Légende Pauillac 2015, Bordeaux, France

Légende Pauillac 2015, Bordeaux, France

The Bordeaux-based empire that is Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) spans the wine spectrum. On one end there is wine for those who don’t have to think about what it costs, namely Château Lafite Rothschild, arguably the world’s most famous wine. On the other end there are wines such as Barons de Rothschild’s $10 Los […]

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Hop Take: The Beer Industry Just Got a Wake-Up Call. It’s Time to Get to Work.

Hop Take: The Beer Industry Just Got a Wake-Up Call. It’s Time to Get to Work.

Beer Twitter was ablaze this week. In a passionate and poignant blog post published Monday, Beer Kulture’s Toni Canada discussed the subjectivity of the beer community’s outrage. She compares the fiery response to last week’s misogyny in Great Lakes Brewing News, and last year’s wage- and tequila-spiked scandal at Trillium Brewing, with the comparatively lukewarm […]

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Why Are Craft Cocktails So Expensive?!

Why Are Craft Cocktails So Expensive?!

It’s a question that has vexed the great thinkers of human history for years: Why is my drink so damn expensive? In this era of $20+ craft cocktails, it seems all the more important to investigate whether said drinks can ever be anything other than a complete ripoff, which is exactly what Adam and Zach […]

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The Vintage VW Bus-Turned-Wine Bar Pouring New Zealand’s Rarest Bottles

The Vintage VW Bus-Turned-Wine Bar Pouring New Zealand’s Rarest Bottles

Most visitors to Queenstown, New Zealand, are interested in sports like skydiving or whitewater rafting, but the city also has a surprising roadside attraction in its tiny downtown. As you’re making your way through Queenstown’s streets, keep your eyes peeled for a vintage Volkswagen Bus parked in front of a wine shop. This is no […]

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