Take A Tour Of Mount Gay’s Barbados Distillery


In 1703, a man named John Sober (no, really, Sober) inherited what is now known as Mount Gay rum, a distillery that got its name thanks to guy John asked to help him out with the venture, Sir John Gay

 

Talking Rum With Mount Gay’s Master Blender Allen Smith


Today Smith is responsible for blending Mount Gay?s entire lineup of rums, a position that has been held by very few.

 
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Barstool Europe: Of All The Gin Joints


In this Barstool Europe, follow us on a tour of the best gin joints.

 

How Music Changes the Taste of Your Beer


If you’re cracking open a classically bitter ale tonight, science suggests that you should couple it with the sultry sounds of Barry White if you really want to bring out the bitterness.

 
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5 Things You Should Never Do At A Beer Festival


We live in a civil society and civil societies have rules, even within the “Wild West” culture of beer festivals where all of that free-flowing beer can lead to poor decision making on a massive scale.

 

10 Proper Glass Styles For Your Favorite Beers


Yes, the glass your beer is poured into does matter. Here's everything you need to know about proper glassware.

 

5 Cocktails That Prove Jagermeister Isnt Just For Frat Boys


Forget the frat boy image, Jager is a legitimate digestif that deserves a space in your home bar. Here are five cocktails that prove it.

 

Who The Hell Bought Glenmorangie`s $50,000 Whisky?


Esteemed single malt scotch brand Glenmorangie recently sold the last of five 1970s Collection five-bottle sets, each priced at $50,000. So why would anyone pay that much for whisky?

 

Five Ways To Ruin A Margarita


The margarita used to be a simple, fresh cocktail that had class. Then we started messing with it.

 

Smoke + Booze: 5 BBQ Cocktails


It?s a taste match made in heaven. Smoke adds an aroma and visual now-it?s-here-now-it?s-not mystery. It?s a flavor that can deepen and ground traditional barbecued brisket and ribs as well as a craft

 
 
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