Happy Labor Festivities

Our Stories / September 1, 2014 / No Comments.


Happy Labor Day guys, we’ve made it. The long weekend was definitely worth the wait. We couldn’t wait to celebrate the final days of summer, if you hadn’t noticed. With all the talk of summer beers, barbecues and beach games these past few weeks, we’ve barely been able to focus on anything else.

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  • 99 Bottles of Beer…in a box?

    Beer / August 31, 2014 / No Comments.

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    It’s always an event when you take a 30 pack home from the liquor store. Just you driving home with 30 cans of heaven in the back seat. You can’t wait to get home so you can crack open a can of one of the world’s wonders: beer.

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    Cocktail Corner: Captain Palmer

    Cocktail Corner / August 31, 2014 / No Comments.


    We’re certain we’ve found the perfect end of summer cocktail to mix up this weekend. We’re making sure to cover all of our bases with a Captain Palmer recipe, keeping it light and summery with iced tea but adding a splash of spiced rum in preparation for the fall. A variation of one of our favorite classics the Arnold Palmer, the Captain Palmer still has two of our favorite key ingredients: iced tea and lemon. Only this time we’re replacing vodka (or gin) with Captain Morgan. If you want to join us you’ll need the following:

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    Free Stuff People Sent Us That We May Or May Not Like. Round LXII.

    Reviews / August 31, 2014 / No Comments.


    Whether you call them Peppermint Patty shots, Haircuts or Dirty Girl Scouts we’ve all been there with a bottle of schnapps and chocolate sauce. Typically we just reach for a bottle of McGillicuddy’s when we’re looking for a minty refresh but recently a much more sophisticated bottle appeared on our shelves. Meet Berentzen Icemint.

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    The Man Cave: Booze and Bacon

    Man Cave / August 30, 2014 / No Comments.


    Let’s cut to the chase: bacon is awesome. Everyone knows bacon is awesome. Even vegetarians know bacon is awesome, which is why the continually try to create a fake bacon that tastes good (they haven’t succeeded yet because everyone knows the only good bacon is bacon).

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    Labor Day: Last Call

    Beer / August 30, 2014 / No Comments.


    We’ve said it once but we’ll say it again, summer is almost over. Which really only means one thing: what should we drink? The days are numbered when it comes to summer beers. We know that new seasonal beers are already on shelves (ahem, pumpkin) so we’re making sure we get our fill of summer brews this holiday weekend. Here are a few we think you should try to get your hands on:

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    5 Reasons To Drink This Weekend

    5 Reasons To Drink This Weekend / August 29, 2014 / No Comments.

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    We’re not the type of people who need a reason to drink. If we’re breathing that’s reason enough. But for those who need more, here you go:

    1. Labor Day Weekend: The unofficial end to all things summer: the beach, white pants, summer fridays, and most importantly frozen drinks. Have one last hurrah over this long weekend.

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    Pop-Up Beer Gardens Take Over Philly

    Beer / August 28, 2014 / No Comments.


    We grew up loving pop-up books, and as teenagers, we always had to watch VH1′s Pop-Up Video. That means it’s only natural that as adults, we’ve taken a liking to the concept of pop-up beer gardens – and we aren’t the only ones. The fine people of Philadelphia have been enjoying a fantastic summer filled with pop-up beer gardens due to a loophole in Pennsylvania law that lets operators serve liquor with a $500 catering permit rather than a $90,000 liquor license.

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    Don’t Tell Mom: Dessert Before Dinner

    Cocktails / August 28, 2014 / No Comments.


    We think it was Albert Einstein who first said, “Dessert is the most important meal of the day.”

    On second thought, maybe we said that last night when we were shoveling an ice cream sundae into our faces. Either way, the sentiment is still the same: dessert is a must.

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    Napa Valley Looks For A Way To Recuperate Post Earthquake

    Wine / August 27, 2014 / No Comments.


    Unless you live in the 415 area code, you were unaffected by the happenings early Sunday night. A massive 6.1 magnitude earthquake shook the San Francisco area damaging homes, local areas and several vineyards in Napa Valley. And now, just a few days later, several vineyards are searching for a way to pick up the pieces.

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