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  1. This guy experimented with powdered alcohol so you don't have to: Bottoms UpRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | OregonLive.com

    Homemade Palcohol : Across the country, lawmakers have been making efforts to ban Palcohol, the powdered alcohol meant for hikers and backpackers. Many worry that the substance, which can be reconstituted into vodka and rum, along with a cosmopolitan, mojito, "powderita" and a lemon drop, will attract children and teens and potentially bring an unknown set of health risks.

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  2. Bigfoot expeditionRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | NewsReview.com

    My mom sent me a text a few months ago that read: "At a yard sale, we got a bottle of 1987 Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Ale for 2 bucks!" If you're a beer geek like I am, right now you're probably reacting with some of the same choice curses that I excitedly blurted upon first reading that most unexpected message. Not only is Bigfoot a favorite among craft-beer lovers, but it's also one of the most commonly collected beers for cellaring.

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  3. Bleisure Bits: Whisky primer at Glasgow's Pot StillRead the original story

    Yesterday | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    This May 2015 photo shows bottles of scotch whisky on the bar of The Pot Still in Glasgow, Scotland. The place has been a bar since the late 1800s and it's a good place to get an introduction to scotch whisky.

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  4. The state bourbon festival of Kentucky is the Kentucky Bourbon Festival.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MetaFilter

    The Official State Amphibian of Kansas is the Barred Tiger Salamander. The Official State Firearm of Arizona is the Colt Single-Action Army Revolver.

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  5. Recipes: Grilled vegetables and meatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    Note: This is a chunky dressing that makes each bite of a salad taste different. The dressing is also good spooned over a steak and sprinkled with crumbled blue cheese, or dolloped onto a lamb chop with some feta.

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  6. Warwick Chamber to host 'Early Summer Mixer' at Black Dirt DistilleryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Warwick Advertiser

    Gathered around the distillery barrels in anticipation of The Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce May 27 Black Dirt Distillery business mixer are Event Chair John Redman , and standing from left, Managing Partners Jason Grizzanti and Jeremy Kidde, Event Co-Chair Janine Dethmers, and Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Michael Johndrow. - Be one of the first to sample some of the award-winning craft spirits available at a brand new distillery.

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  7. The cultural oases of DetroitRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | Xtra!

    The incredible neighbourhood-sized Heidelberg Project built over the past 28 years encompasses a dozen abandoned homes and now contains thousands of pieces of art constructed from found objects. Detroit has been known so long for its hard-luck history, but has recently added a slew of exciting new storylines.

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  8. Hot off the grill, a weekend's worth of recipesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    You don't need a clock to know it's dinnertime in the neighborhood as the beguiling fragrance from one grill after another winds its way past our kitchens. Sure, there are hardy souls who tackle outdoor cooking in parkas and ski hats.

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  9. Canadian Whisky Gets A Makeover in Alberta Rye Dark BatchRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Village Voice

    Canadian whisky is back in a big way. Fresh off the heels of Mad Men's memorable series send-off, Don Draper's drink of choice is riding a wave of renewed relevance.

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  10. Hawkes Bay: Feast at The FarmRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The New Zealand Herald

    Some of the stars of The Farm's Food and Wine Event Series for 2015 include Eleanor Ozich, Matt Moran and Rick Stein. Photos / Supplied Picture this: A round of golf on one of the best courses in the world on a crisp winter's day, with the deep blue Pacific Ocean and the dramatic towering cliffs of Cape Kidnappers, Hawkes Bay, as your backdrop.

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  11. just a While Ago - On 20 May in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Just-Drinks.com

    Treasury Wine Estates may cut up to 5% of its workforce as part of a cost-cutting plan intended to turnaround falling profits and stave off takeover bids. Hats off to the folk at Buffalo Trace for seeing an opportunity where others have seen a problem.

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  12. Ex-security guard indicted in Kentucky bourbon theft schemeRead the original story

    Wednesday | Hawk Eye

    A former security guard accused of looking the other way as thieves spirited away thousands of dollars' worth of whiskey from a Kentucky distillery was indicted Tuesday.

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  13. Bourbon, maple syrup team up for killer barbecueRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | HeraldNet

    Bourbon, by definition , is distilled from a grain mixture that must be at least 51 percent corn. And corn is naturally sweet.

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  14. Oak on the tongue: Bourbon boom drives demand for USA oakRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Day

    Napa Valley vintner David Duncan has been known to stick his head in an American white oak barrel to get a full hit of the vanilla-laden, fresh-baked cookie smell the emanates from the wood. In fact, his Silver Oak winery - which produces classic cabernet sauvignon from the Napa Valley and Alexander Valley - is so wedded to using only American oak to age its popular cabernet sauvignon, the family-owned winery recently took on 100 percent ownership of its own cooperage, where wooden staves are bent into barrels according to an ancient trade.

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  15. Two Ryes and a BourbonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Boise Weekly

    To celebrate the series finale of Mad Men on May 17, we tested three rye whiskeys, the spicy booze traditionally used to make Manhattans and Old Fashioneds. As we started to sample, we realized there had been a mix-up: We'd been given two ryes and one bourbon to review.

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  16. Rock Town Whiskey Called 'Easy To Love' by Wall Street JournalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | ArkansasBusiness.com

    ... the distillery was recognized for producing the "2015 U.S. Micro Whisky of the Year" for its Single Barrel Bourbon Whiskey. That recognition came from Jim Murray, the author of the "Whisky Bible," who gave the bourbon a 96.5 score. Murray's review ...

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  17. 'Mad Men' May be Over, But Rye Whiskey's Legacy Lives OnRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Men's Journal

    Don Draper may have been the center of seven seasons of excellent television, but the real hero was the comeback-kid of whiskey he drank day after day in his office: rye. Rye's last seven years have been a renaissance unlike many others, going from a nothing category the year before Mad Men first aired to one of the largest and fastest-growth categories in liquor.

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  18. Franklin Co. authorities indict additional Buffalo Trace Distillery...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 29, 2014 | WDRB-TV Louisville

    A Louisville-based bourbon blogger has penned a satirical letter to Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear, asking him to "pardon my Pappy," a reference to Pappy Van Winkle bourbon. A Louisville-based bourbon blogger has penned a satirical letter to Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear, asking him to "pardon my Pappy," a reference to Pappy Van Winkle bourbon.

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  19. Ex-guard is indicted in bourbon theft schemeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Salt Lake Tribune

    Frankfort, Ky. a A former security guard accused of looking the other way as thieves spirited away thousands of dollars' worth of whiskey from a Kentucky distillery was indicted Tuesday, as prosecutors widened their net on what they say was a longtime theft ring.

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  20. Oak on the tongue: Bourbon boom drives demand for American oakRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Contra Costa Times

    Napa Valley vintner David Duncan has been known to stick his head in an American white oak barrel to get a full hit of the vanilla-laden, fresh-baked cookie smell the emanates from the wood. In fact, his Silver Oak winery -- which produces classic cabernet sauvignon from the Napa Valley and Alexander Valley -- is so wedded to using only American oak to age its popular cabernet sauvignon, the family-owned winery recently took on 100 percent ownership of its own cooperage, where wooden staves are bent into barrels according to an ancient trade.

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