Act Like You Know: 4 Key Questions to Ask Your Sommelier

I get it. Talking to a sommelier can be scary. We probably know more about wine than you, and some of us want you to know that too.

How One Man’s Desire To Drink Beer For Charity Is Changing The World

What do you do if you a) love beer and b) feel you need to donate money to help the world?

Field Goals: 7 Beers To Pair With Your Super Bowl Snacks

Sunday marks the 51st Super Bowl in American history. But the sneaky reality of this game, which is generally cheered on and loved by millions of people, is that this year the matchup is pretty boring.

Craft Brewer Hopes Hops and Hemp Will Head To High Sales

Sipp Industries and Colorado Craft will release of a hemp-infused beer throughout the Denver area. How will this go you wonder?

When Does Modern Coffee Stop Being Coffee And Start Being Ridiculous?

Progress, innovation, and (re)invention have been the driving factors of the modern coffee boom. Experts...

Here’s Why Distilling Whiskey At Home Is Still Illegal

No matter what you may have seen on the Discovery Channel, home distilling in the United States remains very much illegal. But why is that?

Would You Drink This Bizarre Egg, Cheese And Coffee Smoothie?

You might grab an egg and cheese on a roll and a coffee on your way into the office, but what if you could blend them all together into one drink?

Foodie Nope: This Is Why Almond Milk And Coffee Suck Together

If soy milk was a passively disgusting alternative to animal’s milk, then almond milk is an aggressively poor substitute for the palate-savvy coffee drinker.

Corkscrewed: 4 Nifty Ways You’ll See Wine Packaged This Year

There are nearly 9,000 wineries in the United States. According to the Wine Institute, the amount of wine produced in 2015 almost tipped the scale at eight million gallons, with each U.S. wine-consuming resident knocking back an average of 2.83 gallons that year.

Crash Pads: 6 Places To Stay Near Your Favorite Whiskey Distilleries

Whiskey tourism is becoming big business these days, whether visitors make the trek to Scotland’s mystical whisky isle of Islay, the countryside of bourbon-rich Kentucky, or the myriad craft distilleries popping up all across the United States.