This is the exhaustively intricate tale of Lunctis Viribus as told by the amazingly talented mad scientist Andy Parker of Avery Brewing Company. Avery’s reigning “barrel herder” explains the ups and downs of blind tastings, and … Continue reading The relentlessly unpredictable world of barrel aging with Avery’s Andy Parker
As we walked into the swirly snow outside, a hint of tequila on our tongues, my friend proclaimed that she was going to the liquor store to buy a bottle of añejo. I’d say her … Continue reading Tequila 101: Slow Down and Smell the Agave
Having just returned from the great Mexican state of Jalisco, I can think of nothing better to do on a snowy Saturday afternoon that sip tequila. This Saturday, February 21 at 2:30pm, our friends at … Continue reading Tequila 101 @ Zolo Grill
I had a boyfriend in high school with the savant-like ability to flip a word on its side and pronounce it by its backward spelling, and fast. I can never seem to line up the … Continue reading Tequila, Tacos, Bikes, and Beer: These Are a Few of My Favorite Things
There is something slightly unsettling about hanging out and drinking in a fast casual restaurant. Does your “not cool” alarm sound at the thought of having a glass of wine at Burger King or a piña … Continue reading Come for the Burritos, Stay for the Margs?
Dishcrawl conducts tours in cities throughout the US and Canada that have a distinct and lively food culture and appreciation. By selecting a local ambassador to choose the restaurants and guide the tour, they stay … Continue reading Dishcrawl: Uniting a Community Through Taste and Shared Experience
She is beautiful and slightly intimidating with her sleek yoga body and lush brown hair. She pushes the oversized sunglasses up, though, and slowly she surveys the cherry red tables, overflowing flower beds and criss … Continue reading David Cohen: Spruce Confections and other treats