5 Solid Reasons We’re Bringing YOLO Back

Spirits / October 12, 2017 / No Comments.

We’re doing it. We’re bringing YOLO back. We don’t care what the haters say.

Judge us all you want. But we have some SOLID reasons that this acronym needs to make a comeback:

1) Drake.giphy-18

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Make America Local Again: One Brandy Cocktail At A Time

Spirits / October 10, 2017 / No Comments.

A lot of good comes from “living local.” Supporting local restaurants. Frequenting local bars. Buying local products. Cooking with local food. Drinking local booze. It’s what keeps the small communities of America running.

There’s nothing better than rolling into your hometown local bar and having the bartender...
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The Best Things About Villages

Spirits / October 10, 2017 / No Comments.

Not a lot of people know about the perks of living or visiting a village. But not to worry, Drinking in America has broken it down to the best nine things about villages.

1) Fresh air all the time.
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This Whiskey Is Tougher Than You Think

Spirits / September 19, 2017 / No Comments.

We’re usually silly here on Drinking in America, but today we’re going to talk about something a little more serious. Corporate Social Responsibility. Most commonly known as a combination of corporate social initiatives including philanthropy, community volunteering, socially responsible business practices, etc., it’s crucial for a...
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Meet the Bartender of the Future: The Bot-Tender

Spirits / September 8, 2017 / No Comments.

Let’s paint some familiar pictures, shall we?

1) You’re at the bar and you’re feeling adventurous. You want to try something different than your go-to, but risking that $12+ price tag doesn’t always seem worth it when you don’t know if this new cocktail is going to work...
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We Found The Black Sheep Of Chicago

Spirits / September 6, 2017 / No Comments.

Remember that awful time in history called The Prohibition? That time when people couldn’t drink in America (pun intended)? Well, unlike most of the US who got back on the horse after 13 years, Chicago took a while to recover from it. Almost 100 years to...
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