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LIMITED: Rogue Farms Oregon Rye Whiskey

Depending how you see it, Rogue Ales has been going rogue since either 2003 when they started distilling, or since they began growing all their hops, barley, rye, wheat, pumpkins, jalapenos, botanicals, berries, cherries, and a fleet of honeybees on their own proprietary farms. Originally only producing the brews you …

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A Trip to South Africa Part 2 Drink Me Magazine

A Week in South Africa: Pt. 2

Continued from A Week in South Africa: Part 1 Too many consumers still associate South African wine far too exclusively with Pinotage among reds and Chenin Blanc among whites. And while these two highly successful grape varieties of course play an important part in the national wine industry, they are …

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Mantry Drink Me Magazine


Don’t let the name fool you, Mantry is something anyone could get down with: man, woman, child, and wildebeest. While still in the Kickstarter incubator, these guys are in the proverbial black having raised over five times their original target. But what is it? It’s a membership to a themed …

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48 Hours in Santa Cruz Drink Me Magazine
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48 Hours in Santa Cruz

Somewhere between the surf and sand, the redwoods and radicals, Santa Cruz’s rep for exceptional wine, beer, and spirits gets overshadowed. It’s no wonder. The renowned bastion of counterculture sits on an enviable stretch of land conjoining California’s majestic redwoods with the marine sanctuary of the Monterey Bay. Yet amidst …

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Pilsner Urquell: Old is New

 Pilsner Urquell is rolling out 16 ounces of Czech history. Their new cans and bottles are contemporary dances with their past.  The designs on the Pilsner Urquell Limited Edition Can Four Pack Series feature motifs from the era when pubs had one tap and served one beer. Follow the key …

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Black Dahlia The Warwick, LA Drink Me Magazine

The Black Dahlia, Warwick, LA

If you’ve had the pleasure of a night out at Warwick, one of LA’s hottest bar makeovers, then chances are you’ve come across the Black Dahlia. Sinister as it may sound, this cocktail will keep you coming back for more. Something about the enchanting cocktail- perhaps the stunning presentation, perhaps the sweet, tart, …

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