Wine glasses are the best simply because they can be used to enjoy my favorite beverage in the world. It's wine, by the way, and wine cocktails. But wine glasses can actually be used for so many other things rather than for drinking. And there are a lot of people out there who get creative with wine glasses. When they come across a new set of wine glasses, what do they do with the old set? Some people toss them out (always recycle though!), give them away to someone in need of wine glasses, or...
American Barleywine typically ranges from 8–15% ABV; this style is characterized by fruity sweetness and deep complexity. They range in color from amber to very dark brown and are quite thick-bodied, in some cases almost syrupy. The alcohol is easily discerned with these beers. Bigfoot Barleywine-Style Ale (9.60%) by Sierra Nevada Brewing Company is a widely known and excellent example of the style.
Two summers ago, I was in the land of Don Quijote—La Mancha, Spain; a dry, vast, anciently enchanting part of the country. One day, my fellow travel buddies and I decided to venture to a local well-known winery, known for its unique growing, cultivating, and tasting experience. Tucked away in the small town of Valdepeñas, La Bodega de Las Estrellas (The Winery of the Stars) would change my view on wine and horoscopes forever.
Morning cocktails have gotten a bad reputation but morning drinking shouldn't be limited to holiday brunches. Before the Temperance Movement which began in the 1820s and picked-up steam until the 1930s, morning drinking was commonplace. Check out these cocktails which were designed to be enjoyed before noon.
Only 20 years ago, being a beer snob was relatively rare—but thanks to the recent boom in microbreweries, that all has changed. Being a beer connoisseur has become incredibly common, with many craft breweries offering tasting sessions to newbies and experienced brew fans alike.
Winter libations revolve around warmth. Sweet, spiced Toddies, decadent Blueberry Teas, whipped cream-topped Alpines—all designed to coax drinkers through the cold and wet winter season. But only one spirit can inspire the thought of a warm, tropical respite through the frigidity: Rum.
Whenever most of us head out to lunch, to the beach, to a football game, a concert, or any outing with our friends, we grab a pack of beer. Beer is among the best alcoholic beverages that comes in a wide range of tastes and brands. Whether you love Corona, Heineken, Coors Light, Guinness, or even canned craft beers—many people settle on their favorite type. What's also great about beer is that they have so many beer and food pairings. If you're grabbing pizza, grab a beer. Or you're craving wings, beer goes hand-in-hand with wings, too.
Believe it or not, there's a lot of work to do in order to actually become a certified bartender. Yes, this means attending bartending school to become an amazing bartender who studied in mixology and the art of liquor and spirits. But getting your bartending certification doesn't entirely take a year to get — it's only a couple of weeks of learning and training. And once you've received that certification, it's time for you to go out there into the real world.
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New Year's Eve is here and you are ready for the festivities. All you drinkers out there know tonight will be fun tomorrow morning is payday for it, especially if you have to work.