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How to Make a Kiwi Watermelon Bramble Cockail

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Thinking about the weekend, I really wanted to put together something refreshing and light because I absolutely love day drinking but want to make sure I last the entire evening also. This Kiwi Watermelon Bramble is perfect with fresh, “healthy” ingred…

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Eastside Distilling Launches Burnside Oregon Oaked Rye Finished in Quercus Garryana Barrels

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Eastside Distilling of Portland, Oregon has announced the initial deliveries of its new Burnside Oregon Oaked Rye. This unique small batch blended rye whiskey is finished inside Oregon Oak (Quercus Garryana) barrels. Burnside Oregon Oaked Rye is the cr…

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Can Smallholder Coffee Farming be Sustainable? German Vineyards Might Have Some Answers

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Some people working in the coffee sector have a funny habit. We talk and think about coffee farmers as a monolithic group: How do changing prices affect “farmers?” Will “farmers”…

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Bardstown Bourbon Opens Doors to Full-service Restaurant and Vintage Whiskey Bar Curated by Fred Minnick

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People at the Bardstown Bourbon Company wear many hats, or at least their brand is a brand that wears many hats. Back in 2014 when they broke ground on their new distillery they did it with one goal in mind, to make great bourbon whiskey in Bardstown, …

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The Problem with Blonde Roasts

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Blonde roasts are one of the fashionable trends in coffee, and while it seems that many consumers do have an appetite for these, we see a lot of confusion in print and media about this “lighter than…

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It’s Official: Bourbon without Borders – The 1st Bottle of Bourbon is in the Mail [Video]

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It’s official, Kentucky, the state the produces 95% of the world’s bourbon, is now in the Direct to Consumer (DTC) shipping business as one more layer of Prohibition era law has been peeled away and Kentucky distilleries and their fans from…

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The Extraction is Making Hario V60 Cold Brews

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While editorializing in Global Farmer Network to lament the absurdity of California’s recent Prop 65 coffee labeling decision, Brazilian coffee farmer Luiz Roberto Saldanha Rodrigues pointed out the troubling ripple…

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BBaF Podcast Episode 21: Negroni Week with Anne Louise Marquis

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In honor of Negroni Week sweeping the cocktail land next week (June 4-10), I spoke with Anne Louise Marquis, the National Portfolio Brand Ambassador of Campari America. Negroni Week is a celebration of one of the most perfect cocktail creations – the equal parts drink of gin, sweet vermouth, and Campari, but most importantly it is […]

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Sazerac Plans to Invest $66 Million to Turn Empty Dough Plant into Whiskey Bottling Line

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The Sazerac Company, parent company of brands like Buffalo Trace Distillery, Barton 1792 Distillery, A. Smith Bowman Distillery and Glenmore Distillery has announced its intention to purchase a 455,000 square foot manufacturing facility. The facility i…

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As Starbucks Hosts Racial Bias Training, Black Coffee Shop Owners Look Forward

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As Starbucks closed its doors to some 8,000 stores this afternoon for staff-wide racial bias training following the unwarranted arrest on April 12 of two black men at a Philadelphia…

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