Every year on March 17, everyone likes to reach deep down and find their inner Irish heritage (even if there’s none to be found). There’s something about wearing green, toasting leprechauns and drinking before noon that seems to bring out the best in everyone.read more
Everybody loves a delicious baked good. Some of us love eating them, others prefer to make them but no matter what they almost always hit the spot. Baking wouldn’t be as fun without a little booze involved and this season we’re all about the hard cider.read more
We made it to 2014. A new year means new liquor trends coming your way, but what will these next 365 days bring? Will things be radically different, or just a continuation of what was brewing in 2013? We’ve done a lot of research and here’s what we think you’ll be seeing going on in the booze world this year:read more
Yesterday we brought you the first part of our two part series about making your own hard apple cider. It covered the basics on how to make your own apple cider from the bajillion pounds of apples you probably picked this past weekend. Today, we’re going to teach you how to take that homemade cider and brew your own hard stuff.read more
You may have already switched to pumpkin coffee and added Pumpkinhead to your shelves, but today is actually the first official day of fall.
Fall is finally here. The leaves are turning, the cider is appearing on the shelves and we’re starting to fill our weekends with the best cider festivals in the U.S. Even though cider can be enjoyed year round, there’s no better season than fall to drink the boozy apple beverage. Here are a few festivals that we already plan on visiting:read more
As much as we hate to see summer go, we’re welcoming cider season with open arms. This fall, ciders are getting innovative with flavors, techniques and taste. There’s even a major brand putting out a hard cider. Looks like everyone is as excited as us.read more