On my last post about whisky and aging a fellow by the name of Doug left a comment. He suggested that we check out his community for whisky lovers. Oh boy, another themed myspace clone, right? But no, I think that they’ve really got something here.
What does it mean when the label on a bottle of whiskey declares it to be 12 years old?
COORS LIGHT PROCLAIMS MAY 15 COLD ACTIVATION DAY TO CELEBRATE THE LATEST INNOVATION IN BEER TEMPERATURE TECHNOLOGY
May 15 Kicks Off Summer Refreshment Movement with Ã¢â‚¬Å“Coors Light Code BlueÃ¢â‚¬Â
Often mischaracterized as Mexican Independence Day, Cinco de Mayo has spread well beyond Mexico’s borders and is enthusiastically celebrated here in the US. In the same spirit as St. PatrickÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Day when everyone seems to turn Irish, Cinco de Mayo celbrants in the US seek to embrace the culture of their neighbor to the south and what better way than to drink copious amounts of their beer?
The Whisky Magazine has named their winners for the 2008 World’s Best Whisky awards. For the first time the single malt award didn’t go to a Scottish distiller. The winner this is the twenty year old Yoichi from Japan.
Bushmills turned 400 this week.
I tend to go on about this but the variety of silly laws regarding alcohol sales and consumption never cease to amaze me.
Have you ever gotten to the bottom of a beer and thought to yourself, Ã¢â‚¬Å“That was good, I just wish that thereÃ¢â‚¬â„¢d been less of it?” Yeah. Me neither.
Is Absolut vodka trying to get Mexico to invade the US? Are we reading way too much into a simple ad?
Theaters serving beer and other alcoholic drinks might once have been an occasional oddity but these establishments are now a national trend.