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Beer for the greener good? Raise a glass to the sustainable brewing
Conventional brewing isn’t an eco-friendly industry — it uses lots of resources and leaves behind waste. But these sustainable beer makers are taking a refreshingly different approach.
Food & Wine
The 3-Martini Lunch Can Come Back Now Thanks to Low-ABV Spirits
In an age of mindful drinking, the low-ABV spirit is an easy hero.
Why You Should Be Drinking Wine Made on Volcanoes
Winemakers are traversing treacherous terrain to bring us "gritty and powerful" wines.
The New Rules for Spicy Cocktails
This is how to go far beyond the ubiquitous Spicy Margarita.
This Carbon-Negative Calvados Poses A New Way To Think (And Drink) About Sustainability
Ontario wines now come in all kinds of cute portable containers. Here are our picks for the best of the summer-friendly bunch.
A Guide to Canned Wine
Wine Of The Week (Column)
“I feel like we have all these people who come from wonderful diasporas that feel that their food can’t be paired with wine,” says Crandon. “They don’t get to experience the moment when you find a perfect pairing and how it can change each bite.”
How To Pair Wine With Spice
A Comprehensive Guide to Shakers
There’s a certain appeal to a cocktail shaker, especially the sound of a good shake—ice clanking against metal, signaling a drink is on its way.
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