These stellar winter-ready concoctions will rock your world.

 

A Scotch salvaged from a famous shipwreck is expected to earn as much as $20,000 in an on-going auction now live, online.

 

These six session IPAs turn down the IBUs and alcohol without sacrificing flavor.

 

As protests against police brutality and racism in police culture continued across the United States and around the world last week, sparked by the death of George Floyd, many corporations, brands, celebrities, and sports franchises showed support for the Black Lives Matter movement via statements on social media and by donating money to allied organizations. Many of these efforts were hailed as sincere and helpful. Other gestures drew criticism, such as the Washington Redskins sharing a #BlackOutTuesday post on Twitter; the football team’s name is considered racist and is itself the subject of controversy. 

 
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A restaurant where robots serve tea and scones probably sounds like an unlikely sci-fi movie scene, but it’s soon to be a reality. The Tea Terrace is investing big on tech while it awaits the end of lockdowns in the U.K. All bars, pubs, cafes and restaurants closed on March 20 as part of nationwide measures to curb the spread of COVID-19. But even when businesses are free to welcome in customers again, Ehab Shouly, the managing director who started the Tea Terrace in 2010 with his wife Rowena, doesn’t think it will be the same as before.

 

While some celebs have been a bit hard to relate to during the coronavirus pandemic, I am very into anyone using their platform to help us all drink a bit better.

 

For bars forced to close due to the coronavirus outbreak, lenient to-go cocktail rules are bringing in a small bit of revenue following a wave of unexpected closings.

 

The second largest wine cellar in the world with over 1.5 million bottles, includes Vladimir Putin's private collection as well a gold plated Presidential buggy for official visits through its 75 mile

 
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Back in the 1970s, 80s and even 90s, many lovers of gastronomy as well as those looking to visit tourist sites and boutique hotels around Europe, would use books that they held sacred, the Michelin Guides.

 
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Did you ever wonder why — if Trappist Belgian monks make the best beer in the world and European nuns brewed through the Middle Ages and beyond — no Trappist convents currently brew beer? While they still don’t brew, the Trappistines of the Abbey of Our Lady of Nazareth in Brecht, Belgium, have partnered with the brothers at Abbey of Our Lady of the Holy Heart of Westmalle to make what may be the world’s first Trappist ale shampoo.

 
 
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