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Everyone enjoys a celebration – especially one for which your only obligations are to wake up and eat a whole lot of food....
I’ll Have the Steak and a Keg
Traditionally wine has been the beverage of romance. The sophisticated bottle delivered at dinner, a weekend getaway to Napa- classic moves that could...
Poor Taste: When Beverage Ads Go Flat
Red Bull, the energy drink company, and notorious hair-raising stunt marketer, is at it again. Their latest gimmick comes in the form of a...
Roll Out the Pumpkin
I love fall … and I love beer. Traditionally, fall beer has meant Marzen or Oktoberfest style beer. That’s because in 1553, over...
The Nerdiest Beers Ever
Note: This post first appeared on Esquire (July 19, 2013). With the geeks of the world converging on San Diego for this year’s Comic-Con International...
Weird, Disgusting and Probably Nauseating Drinks Across the Globe
In the land of the free, beer rules. For example, how many conversations with your buddies begin with an invite to watch a sporting...
High-tech Corkscrew Takes Wine from Uncorked Bottle
Note: This post first appeared on The Boston Globe (July 29, 2013). Now you can drink your wine and have it, too Greg Lambrecht’s wine...
The Dog Days Of Summer Lead Drinkers To Shandy
Note: This post first appeared on NPR (July 15, 2013). Heather Rousseau/NPR A beer cocktail quaffed around the world for centuries is quickly becoming America’s...
Craft Beer Brewers Feel Growing Pains Of Industry Boom
Note: This post first appeared on Huffington Post (July 11, 2013). It seems even people who get to brew delicious beer for a living can...
Bands, Fans and Brands
As music lovers swarm around campgrounds wiping away sweat and hunting for the stage with the latest “it” band, they push past fellow festivalgoers...
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