There are lots of beers out there. It is intimidating, but don't just close your eyes and pick one off the menu. Our interactive visual guide will help you choose a brew perfect for your personal ... [more]
580 breweries. Over 2,700 different beers. Heaven? Nope. It's the Great American Beer Festival.
Tasting the single malt with the stag’s head on the bottle.
Enjoy summer with a classic summer cocktail from the Tiki Bar.
Next round, know what you're ordering.
The Daiquiri has gotten a bad rap by chain restaurants slinging neon sugar shakes. Over a hundred years old, the rum drink – the real Daiquiri - is a delicious cocktail perfect for summer.
Popular in Belgium for hundreds of years, sour beers have recently become popular in the States. We'll give you the lowdown and five options for your first.
Ready to try your hand at inventing your own drinks? Just remember these handy rules of thumb.
A simple trick for when you're stuck with an open beer you can't finish until later.
Serve drinks that don’t taste like paint thinner without breaking the bank
Many beer novices hear "light beer" and assume Coors, Miller, or Bud Light. When, in fact, these beers fall into only one or two categories of the nearly 140 beer styles. If you don't want to be ... [more]
Branching out from the selection of college beer choices can be intimidating if you don’t know where to look. We’ll get you started with India Pale Ales and offer a few brews to try first.
This year, don't blow a bunch of money on Jack & Coke's. Spend the same amount but buy yourself, and some special company, a nice bottle of bubbly. We've got just the bottle.
"Aged liked a fine wine," is a popular adage, but not all wine gets better with age, and the best wines aren't all old. No need to be embarrassed when you're drinking that fine bottle of 2009 vino, we... [more]
This glass for this type of drink, that glass for something else: it can all be hard to keep track of. Check out our visual guide to the common types of glasses for wine, beer, spirits and cocktails.
You know what's more impressive than serving a woman wine during dinner? Serving her a glass of port afterward. (And it tastes pretty damn good, too.) We'll teach you everything you need to get ... [more]
When you're new to wine, one of the hardest things about choosing a bottle is remembering if a type is sweet, dry, light, bold, or somewhere in between. Use this handy chart anytime you need to ... [more]
One of the original cocktails alongside our beloved Old Fashioned, the Sazerac is a flavorful drink with a rich tradition in New Orleans. One thing the Old Fashioned ain't got? Absinthe.
Whether you're sharing some wine with friends over a home-cooked meal or celebrating with a bottle of champagne with your girlfriend's parents, getting the details right not only allows everyone to ... [more]
Do you know what you're supposed to do when the server shows you the wine bottle at a restaurant? Or how to read a wine list? If you're like most guys, you probably don't, because no one ever teaches ... [more]
After reading through this guide, you should have a working knowledge of the different types of wine and enough vocabulary to set out and buy your first serious bottle. (And maybe impress your ... [more]
This classic cocktail has equal parts class and American swagger. Oh, and its weapon of choice is scotch. What more do you need?
Red goes with what? Fish? You can't serve what in what glass? Wine can be damn intimidating. We proudly introduce a new series that will give every beer and whiskey drinker out there an excellent ... [more]
Sophisticated, delicate, debonair … neat drinks are always in style, all year round.