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Quaker Strength Whiskey We mentioned last week that Wigle Whiskey is releasing a series of whiskeys exploring the theme, ‘Whiskey is beer, distilled,’ by building whiskey off of popular beer styles. Last week, we tasted a Belgian-style triple whiskey; this week, we have an oatmeal stout whiskey. This whiskey version of a stout has more depth of flavor than stout beer often does. The upfront taste is a smooth sweetness...

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12 Drinks of Christmas 2016: Allspice and Apple Highball Cocktail Recipe Happy holidays! It’s the time of the year for holiday decorations, twinkling lights, warm spices, and a rolling series of parties, gatherings, and celebrations. For the second year in a row, we’ll be adding to the festivities with twelve drinks to make all of those parties just a little merrier and brighter. If you followed our 12 Drinks series last...

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Thanksgiving Made Easy: The Hip Flask Cocktail Recipe This week, we’ve been featuring super easy recipes for slightly harried Thanksgiving dinner hosts. Today we shift the focus to guests. Your friend’s family have graciously invited you to join them for Thanksgiving dinner. It’s very kind of them to include you in their family gathering, and to add one more to an already full house. Their delightful people. Their...

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The Build That Wall Cocktail Recipe We’re now counting down the days to the election, and, regardless of your stance on it, you’re probably more than ready to get the thing over with already. And you’re probably going to need a drink or five to get through it. We’re here for you, with our five drink election night menu. During this election, free trade, immigration, and basically anything crossing an...

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The Orchard Highball Cocktail Recipe Like all good urbanites of a certain type, there’s nothing we like better as a way to celebrate autumn than getting out into the countryside and pretending we’re farmers for half a day, picking our own apples and pumpkins and taking tractor rides through the fields. When we lived in Boston, there would be veritable traffic jams on the way to the nearest orchards–traffic jams we...

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