Staff Picks

  • Joseph D. N. Kendrick
    Published 2 years ago
    Best Craft Beer of 2018

    Best Craft Beer of 2018

    American Craft Beer Week has come and gone, but don't feel too upset if you missed out on the festivities. We're living in the golden age of American craft brewing, with small and independent craft brewers across the nation succeeding alongside the larger breweries, united by the Brewers Association. Wherever you are in the country, you probably aren't far from a great craft brewing company.
  • Hellen Gable
    Published 2 years ago
    Irish Pubs

    Irish Pubs

    Whether you’re in the heart of Dublin or the beautiful village of Kilsheelan, the pub is the center of life in Ireland. Not just for the Guinness or Jameson, or (the author’s personal favorite) Magners—you go for the stories, the laughs, the football or hurling game, or simply the beautiful Irish smiles.
  • Chica Reyass
    Published 2 years ago
    Best Drinking Games You Can Play Without a Deck of Cards

    Best Drinking Games You Can Play Without a Deck of Cards

    I love playing these games with my rec soccer team, which is made up of the most badass, fiercest women I know. Self-care is important; it belongs in Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. And this is some of the most fun self-care I get!
  • Kelsey Lange
    Published 2 years ago
    Best Flavored Alcohol That You Need to Try

    Best Flavored Alcohol That You Need to Try

    People who choose an unflavored bottle of alcohol over a flavored one are certainly interesting human beings. Personally, that could never be me. My freshman year of college, I had a very poor experience with a bottle of unflavored Barcadi. And still to this day, just the thought of the smell of that bottle makes my stomach turn.
  • Jovelle Avancena
    Published 2 years ago
    10 Delicious Cocktails You Can Make On-the-Go

    10 Delicious Cocktails You Can Make On-the-Go

    You deserve only the best quality of relaxation, so of course the cocktail in your hand should reflect that. Ideally, we would be able to make our cocktails with patience and love, paying close attention to every detail. We’re all unique individuals, after all, and all our taste buds demand something different.
  • Cassy Dunn
    Published 2 years ago
    For Cinco De Mayo Try Tequila 10 Ways

    For Cinco De Mayo Try Tequila 10 Ways

    The classic margarita is a simple cocktail made with 4 oz. tequila, 2 oz. triple sec and one and half oz. fresh lime juice. Tequila itself is gluten free because it is made from the blue agave plant which originates in Guadalajara, Mexico.
  • Carolann Sherwood
    Published 2 years ago
    Alcohol Dependence, Are You at Risk?

    Alcohol Dependence, Are You at Risk?

    Take this simple test to determine if you are at risk for alcohol addiction. If you can claim two or more of these warning signs of alcohol you may be at risk and need to speak to your primary doctor who can help to assess and provide treatment options for problem drinking.
  • EmmaLeigh Rivera
    Published 2 years ago
    The Tipple Tattle: FruitCraft Fermentery

    The Tipple Tattle: FruitCraft Fermentery

    There is nothing better than a business with inventive, cutting-edge products that also gives back. That is the real charm of San Diego's FruitCraft Fermentery and Distillery. Originally known as California Fruit Wine, FruitCraft was opened in 2009 by two brothers who were inspired by the growing craft beer community.
  • Alexis Hustus
    Published 2 years ago
    The Ginger Tea Reviews: Darjeeling and Pear Sangria

    The Ginger Tea Reviews: Darjeeling and Pear Sangria

    Hello, and welcome back to another fruity edition of the Ginger Tea Reviews! Tea is my passion, and I am making it my goal to share my passion with the world! Today, we are going to be talking about a recipe from a great cook book, The Culinary Tea.