Drinks

A Visit to Seven Fathoms Distillery

Beneath 42 Feet of Water, a Rum Comes of Age

At seven fathoms of depth, the effects of the currents, the rising and falling of the tides, the water pressure and the near-constant water temperature happen to be the ideal environment for aging rum.

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Drinking with Garage Project

The Kings of Kiwi Craft Beer

There's a beer that tastes like Venus. One that's made to be served like a flat white. The boys of Garage Project have endless creativity, and that innovation translates to the best beer in New Zealand.

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White (and Purple) Gold

The 10 Best Wineries of New Zealand

New Zealand's 11 wine regions are growing in popularity; wine is now the country's sixth-largest export. That's largely due to an explosion of styles beyond its well-recognized sauvignon blanc at some fantastic wineries.

A Gin Mojito, Need We Say More?

How to Make: The South Side Cocktail

Opinions are split over who invented the South Side -- but everyone agrees that it's delicious. Laura Lashley of The Breslin demonstrates how to make one.

Battle of the Brands

What’s in a Name? A Tale of Two NYC Brewers

There are over 3,000 craft brewing companies in the United States. How can a budding brewer stand out? We caught up with the Bronx Brewery's Chris Gallant and Dyckman Beer Company's Juan Camillo after New York Beer Week to find the solution, from naming to branding to brewing.

Sour Power

The Best American Wild Ales

Wild ales are full bodied, can be incredibly complex, and for beer snobs and those looking for a liquid thrill, they're the holy grail of brewing.

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