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Minibrew`s all-in-one beer making system will turn anyone into a brewmaster

The craft beer movement has exploded over the past decade. From independent brewers to big beer companies, everyone’s trying to get in on creating a unique ale that’s tailored to perfection.

 

Johnnie Walker glass transmits audio into your ear as you sip

To celebrate the Johnnie Walker and ginger ale serve, the brand has unveiled “The Boldest Glass”, a drinking vessel that can transmit audio into the drinker’s ear as they sip.

 

UBER Breathalyzer Station Gives Drunks A Free Ride Home

Watch what happened when Canadians were able to request safe rides by simply blowing into a breathalyzer after a late night at the bar.

 

Arrow star launches `Dudes Being Dudes In Wine Country` web series

Actor Stephen Amell has officially launched his original web series, Dudes Being Dudes In Wine Country, to the public.

 

Pasta and a white blend for an energetic weekend!

The annual Cape Town Cycle Tour is a highlight on the Cape calendar and although the route has been shortened due to this week’s devastating veld fires, it is still a good enough reason to enjoy a decent pasta!

 

5 Reasons to buy the Organic Wines of Waverley Hills

There’s a good reason why many chefs use organic foods in their recipes — they taste better! 

 

Spotlight on Pinot

This thin-skinned red cultivar associated with Burgundy seems to evoke passion in winemakers and wine drinkers alike.

 

Simonsig Adelberg Sensation Sweet Red 80 Points

Sweet red bursting with red plums and blackberries, moderate alcohol of 13%, juicy, this is perfect for anyone first ever glass of red wine, they will love the fruitiness and ease of drinking, commen

 

SA Investment Wine

Interesting selection of local investment wines by Roland Peens from Wine Cellar on Moneyweb this morning. "Peens top five investment wines from the currant (sic) vintage are:" –         

 

5 Amazing Food Markets in Stellenbosch

Not only does Stellenbosch have great wine and awesome restaurants, but it also has some of the most amazing markets in the Western Cape. Whether you’re looking for delicious food or fresh produce

 

Pork & prawns Shaomai

Shaomai or Suimai is litlle parcel of coarsely hand minced fresh pork, prawns and spring onions, season with nuoc nam and wrap in wonton sheets and steam for about 20 minutes, it is super tasty and y

 

The Berrio Sauvignon Blanc 2014

Excitement about Elim seems to have dissipated over the last five years or so but there are still some very fine wines to be had from this ward. Trizanne Signature Wines Reserve 2013 was rated 4½ S

 

Debra’s Weekender: Durban

  Between the madness of the Easter Weekend, my computer behaving like a spoilt toddler and life, the Weekender is a bit late, which is better than not making an appearance at all. Sorry, Iâ€

 

Egg noodles with cod fish balls, red chillies, spring onions and pak choy

A simple and tasty dish, with firm egg noodles toss in Lee Kum Kee oyster sauce & low salt light soy sauce (Lee Kum Kee is the finest brand "chinese" sauces), steam cod fish balls from Taiwan and

 

De Waal Top of the Hill 2012 — 10.04.2015

There are wine moments and memorable wine moments. I had a memorable wine moment yesterday. Celebrating three hundred years since the arrival of the first de Waals at the Cape, I visited Pieter and Ja

 

Taste of Cape Town 2015 — come & taste what’s new on the food scene

Decadent treats, unique handcrafted drinks, nostalgic flavours and interesting new food creations are what you can expect at this year’s Taste of Cape Town. The festival will have the same, muc