Cheers to the Shrub

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If you’re looking for a unique addition to your holiday cocktail table this year, consider some shrub. The Hudson Standard is a small maker of bitters and cocktail mixers called shrub, a sweet and tangy fruit mixer that originated in … Continued

A Visit to Brooklyn’s Museum of Food and Drink Lab

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The much-anticipated Museum of Food and Drink in Brooklyn, NY is now open, and we recently experienced the inaugural exhibit firsthand. In “Flavor: Making It and Faking It,” attendees are invited to sniff, taste and see their way through a … Continued

Meet Brooke and Sam Lucy – Owners of Bluebird Grain Farms

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The Methow Valley, nestled in the foothills of Washington State’s North Cascades National Park, is a unique part of the country where the economy thrives on both agriculture and tourism. It’s a true community, and local farmers, vendors and producers … Continued

Oak Bottle Promises Better Wine and Whiskey in Hours

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Oak Bottle, the first “for-home-use” barrel-aging American Oak vessel, significantly surpassed its Kickstarter fundraising goal and is available for purchase now. The Chicago-based company promises better-tasting wine, beer, spirits and cocktails after only 24-72 hours in the oaking vessel, a … Continued