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'Tis the season to be drinking! With holiday parties and family fetes filling everyone's calendar, cocktails are in order.
The board that oversees the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport has spent more than $102,000 on food and alcohol served after each monthly meeting during the past five years, an Enquirer analysis of airport documents shows.
Brewer Adnams is set to sell out of its entire production of whisky this week, just days after it launched the product.
Vendome Copper and Brass Works in Louisville is one of the industry's biggest still makers.
"Everybody wants to play in the craft space," said Dave Pickerell, a distilling consultant who has launched dozens of craft brands, including Whistle Pig and Hill Rock.
Travel with Bennett-Watt and discover the town of Hell, Michigan, where the locals make a living off the town's unique name.
Cut Spike is a distilled spirits brand that carries over a long history of hand-forged spike and is an artisan manufacturer that specializes in premium quality.
My mind works in curious ways. I really should be writing about some warm winter drink this week.
What's this? A show abouttequila? Well, tequila may have more in common with wine growing and wine making than you might imagine.
It's that time of the year once again, the time when many think about their Christmas kitchen and begin their preparations for the season.
Onyx Spirits marked the 80th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition Friday with the release of the first barrel-aged whiskey made in Connecticut.
It is always an unalloyed delight to have David Wondrich visit Portland. His vast knowledge of spirits ---and even more, his obvious pleasure in sharing that knowledge with others---makes him ever welcome.
When you were a kid, this was the time of year that you came in from the snow and drank as much hot chocolate and warm cider as you could get.
The backstory: Let the hip-hop crowd sing the praises of Cognac or Champagne. For Frank Sinatra, it was all about his good friend Jack.