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Finest Tequilas on the Market One of North America's first homegrown distilled spirits, tequila was initially produced by Spanish conquistadors in the 16th century, although long before that the Aztecs were making another fermented agave beverage, known as pulque in...
Best Beers Brewed With Real Fruit From Corona in Mexico to Kristallweizen in Germany, beer drinkers have long garnished their brews with wedges of lime or lemon. In fact, many of the brews listed in our Top 10 Spring Beers...
The Best-Tasting Microbrews To Drink While there is some debate as to the exact definition of "craft beer," the simplest description is beer that isn't brewed by one of the major "mega-brewery" companies. Rather, it's beer that comes from small,...
The Best Dark Beers to Drink in Winter Brewing has historically been a specialty of regions where winters are harsh and grains are grown, like Germany and the British Isles. For centuries, brewers have made seasonal beers for winter that...
Great-Tasting Light Beers to Drink Year-Round Light beers first hit the market in the 1970s, and were produced in one predominant style — mildly hopped lager. Now, in the wake of the craft beer revolution of the 1990s, brewers are...
Fall in Love with IPAs: The Very Best India Pale Ales India Pale Ales earned their name in the days of the British empire, when brewers used hops to extend the life of beer so it would survive the long...
Great Budget Friendly Tequilas If you still think tequila is the hangover-inducing spirit of yesteryear, think again. Americans are consuming more tequila than ever before. In fact, after whiskey, it’s one of the fastest-growing spirits in popularity. Fortunately, you don't...
The Best Stouts, Ales and Lagers from Ireland Ireland might be a small island off the coast of a somewhat larger island, but its breweries are big business. Guinness, which dominates the Irish beer market at home and abroad, is...
Elixirs of Love What makes a wine the right wine for a romantic occasion? Is it a name that suggests romance? Or perhaps it is a saucy label that will turn the drinkers’ minds toward things other than wine tasting...
Perhaps you’ve read about how The French Laundry’s general manager, Michael Minnillo, was going to celebrate New Year’s Eve by sabering a bottle of Champagne in the kitchen. As he was going for a big one, a Nebuchadnezzar (a 15-liter...