Although not widely known in the U.S., this botanical, malt-based spirit is making a comeback.
You may not have heard of the Bolivian-born spirit singani, but it has fans worldwide, including one Hollywood heavyweight.
These beers pay homage to cocktails from a Pimm’s Cup to a Manhattan
Campfire weather may be in the rearview, but smoky flavors are completely at home on winter cocktail menus.
A French spirit with Scottish soul
Sköll and Rune beers are designed specifically to pick out secondary flavors of Highland Park’s Scotch whisky.
A tradition of illicit whiskey isn’t unique to the States.
Tiki bars and their umbrella-spiked culture have seen a more polished revival over the past few years, but these drinks should never be taken too seriously.
OK, you’ve got the meal pairing down, but what should you drink before and after dinner arrives?
No upturned bottle here; this recipe retains the best of both beer and tequila for a most sophisticated spin.