The Suds 16: Your Beer for Each Surviving NCAA Team

Beer / March 22, 2017 / No Comments.

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After three whole days without college basketball (you don’t count, NIT), the NCAA Tournament finally resumes tomorrow with the Sweet 16.

Since we know you’re going to be watching at a bar, we’re doing you the favor of suggesting the beer to pair with whatever team you’re rooting for. Goooo beer!

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  • Surviving a Bar Crawl

    Featured Story / March 18, 2017 / No Comments.

    We figured many of you will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day by drunkenly crawling from bar to bar, starting at 10am and barely making it to dinner time. But since bar crawls aren’t just for St. Patty’s, we figured we’d give you an all-encompassing guide on how to survive bar crawls. Because let’s face it, it is a fine art to be able to pace yourself from start to finish.

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    The End of the World

    Spirits / March 17, 2017 / No Comments.

    You know the whole, live every like it’s your last, mantra that is supposed to make you live in the moment and take chances? Well I think we can all agree that a couple of shots of tequila can make taking those chances a lot easier. Jose Cuervo thinks so too.

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    Go Green!

    Cocktails / March 16, 2017 / No Comments.

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    Winter storm Stella knew what she was doing when she kept most of the east coast stuck in doors this week. You might have used the day to reorganize your closet (that Nickelback t-shirt from high school will never be “fashionably ironic”) or try that new crockpot recipe (aka dump any ingredient you have and let it simmer for 4 hours), but we used the time off to gear up for the weekend.

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    Know Your Booze: Fernet

    Spirits / March 15, 2017 / No Comments.

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    Every so often, I find myself at a fancy (read “shirts and shoes required”) drinking establishment. On a few such occasions, I noticed something: Without fail, a spirit called Fernet shows up on these hip joints’ cocktail lists.

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    Let’s Get Dairy Wasted

    Featured Story / March 14, 2017 / No Comments.

    Thanks to Melissa Tavss, founder and CEO of Tipsy Scoop, we can now eat, and drink, our feelings.

    Yep. She created a booze-infused ice cream shop.

    According to Melissa, each flavor has a 5% alcohol volume, but still tastes like sweet, creamy ice cream. And this lady knows what she’s talking about. Her Italian ancestors brought ice cream to Scotland, and her great grandfather became President of the Ice Cream Alliance of Great Britain. Didn’t know that was a thing either, but it seems legit.

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    The New Face of Corona Light

    Beer / March 13, 2017 / No Comments.

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    If you’re like us you like to stay in the loop when it comes to the beer world. Especially when it comes to everyone’s favorite summer beer, Corona. The latests in booze news is Corona Light’s new look. They launched their new packaging last week, just in time for the summer season.

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    Raindrop, Drop Top, Catch us on the Rooftop

    Featured Story / March 10, 2017 / No Comments.

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    It might only be March, but we got spring weather on the brain. We’re over the après ski scene and the “hot cocktails.” Give us a frozen margarita or give us death! Or we could just go to any of these rooftop bars in NYC. That works too.

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    5 Spring Beers to Drink This Spring

    Beer / March 8, 2017 / No Comments.

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    Seasonal beers are great.

    Picture yourself at a summer barbecue — you’re washing down grilled meats with a refreshing kolsch or fruit beer. In the fall, you’re tailgating with an Oktoberfest or pumpkin brew. A few months later, you toast the holidays with spiced winter warmers and stouts as dark as a December night.

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