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For two Saturdays in January, Carolyn's Sakonnet Vineyard in Little Compton is offering the opportunity to be a Winemaker for a Day.
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TWO thousand real ale fans quaffed their way through 1,250 gallons of amber nectar to raise A 20,000 for charity at last month's Rainhill beer festival.
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Add all ingredients to a crock pot and stir to combine. Cover with lid, set slow cooker to low and cook for four hours, or set to high and cook for two hours.
You know the type: She/he already has a 1,000-bottle wine cellar, 65 corkscrews, a dozen too-cute wine posters and subscriptions to wine mags from seven continents.
Thanks a change in the state's Draconian brewing laws that Gov. Christie signed in 2011, craft beer is on the cusp of an explosion in the Garden State .
Authorities trying to solve a distillery heist that netted cases of prized Kentucky bourbon have monitored websites and interviewed more than 100 people since the pricey whiskey was taken weeks ago.
Global wine production is booming with vineyards springing up everywhere from China to the United States, Chile and New Zealand.
Picking a bourbon isn't the one-two-three choice it used to be. There's been a boom in brands, especially from small, premium producers, not to mention a flood of new styles.
One of the best ways to promote international understanding - doesn't that sound so Cold War-era? - is to host a foreign exchange student.
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I've found that 30 seconds of high-intensity body-weight exercise gives me the same mental boost as a shot of caffeine.
Every year, it seems the holiday season starts earlier and earlier. As soon as Halloween candy hits the shelves, the uphill battle against holiday season bulge begins.
The Sept. 21, 2013 file photo shows waitress carrying beer mugs during the opening ceremony in the "Hofbraeuzelt' beer tent of the 180th Bavarian "Oktoberfest" beer festival in Munich, southern Germany.
I sure do love the holidays. Not because of Santa or decorations or presents - I love it because I get to spend time with my family eating and drinking, then I get to spend January trying to undo the damage done to my waistline and psyche.
They say you never forget how to ride a bike, and I'm glad because I was slightly daunted by the prospect of cycling Marlborough's vineyards.
Every Sunday we await our favorite teams as they hit the turf for some intense sports activity.