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No. 22: November/December 2009

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Holiday Gift Guide

50 gift ideas that will get you through the holiday season (without breaking the bank).
BONUS: 2009 Online Gift Guide

 

You're Invited!

Join the party with our festive drink recipes.
BONUS RECIPE: The Viering
BONUS RECIPE: The Remaining Balance
BONUS RECIPE: Holiday Glögg

 

A Winter’s Ale READ »

The bold flavors of barleywine take center stage during the holidays.

 

Bubbling Up
What to sip when you have Champagne tastes and a real-world budget.

 

Haute Chocolate
This winter, warm yourself with new versions of a holiday classic.

BONUS RECIPE: Homemade Marshmallows

 

Eternal Summer READ »
Escape the cold weather and head to Hawaii, where the drinking is easy—if you know where to look.

BONUS: Five Hawaiian coffees to try.

BONUS RECIPE: Royal Mai Tai

 

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No. 21: September/October 2009

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99 Bottles

We scour the globe to find some of the best bottled beers in the world.

BONUS: Take a peek at our list of best bottled beers

BONUS: Can Do: 10 of the Best Canned Craft Beers

BONUS: 10 Great Beers Brewed in Unexpected Places

 

Ginning Things Up READ »

A new crop of distillers is giving an old-fashioned spirit a modern makeover.

 

Crazy Together
You don't have to be obsessed to live in Portland, Oregon, but it helps.

BONUS: A Walking Tour of Portland

 

Coffee + Water (+ Milk) = Love
How to grind, tamp, extract and steam six basic espresso drinks like a barista.

BONUS: Espresso Machine Maintenance

 

Deep Breathing READ »
Can oxidation, long considered a flaw, actually make a wine more complex and interesting?

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No. 20: July/August 2009

Summer Drinks Guide

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The Living Is Easy

Eight summer drinks recipes that will help you swing through the season in style.


Think Pink READ »

When the mercury makes its annual sweaty climb, it’s time to stop

and smell the rosés.

 

Cold Comfort READ »
Iced tea makes everything cooler.

BONUS: Garden Variety: Make your own herbal teas

RECIPE: Tarragon Cooler
RECIPE: Shady Creek Cooler

 

Unsung Heroes
These five lesser-known beer styles will save you from the dog days of summer.

 

Citizen Cane
A sugarcane spirit associated with the underclass in a city obsessed with social status. In the battle for the Brazilian soul, who will win?

BONUS: Juicy Couture

RECIPE: Sake and Starfruit Caipirinha

RECIPE: Coconut Batidinha

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No. 19: May/June 2009

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Raising the Bar

Whether you’re stocking a basic bar or going for a master’s in mixology,

our home bar guide will help you gear up.

BONUS: Expert entertaining tips to put your home bar to use.

BONUS: The best value buys for your home bar.

 

Welcome to Las Vegas READ »

Searching for authentic cocktails in America’s most wildly self-inventive city.

RECIPE: By Any Other Name

 

Playing with Fire
For some craft brewers, smoked beers present an irresistible challenge.

 

Weathering the Storm READ »
Can wine survive climate change?

 

Characters: Bartender Chris McMillian READ »

 

BONUS: Q&A with Chris McMillian

RECIPE: Classic Mint Julep

 

RELATED RECIPES

The Apple of Eden

The Brolin

Dandelion Wine

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No. 18: March/April 2009

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Around the World in 20 Cups

The best, brightest and most interesting coffee happenings across the globe.

RECIPE: The St. Elizabeth

RECIPE: Café de la Mañana

RECIPE: Comfort Coffee

RECIPE: The Stumptown Vanilla Flip

 

New Moon Rising READ »

A new breed of moonshiners is making illicit spirits respectable.

 

Look Who's Coming to Dinner READ »

There's room at the table for beer, too.

BONUS: Get tips for hosting a beer-pairing dinner. »

 

Philly, No Cheese

 

One of America's oldest cities is donning a new sophistication.

BONUS: Cocktails and beer aren’t the only drinks garnering praise in Philly; coffee and tea are getting more attention, too. »

RECIPE: Marble Rye

RECIPE: Provençal Martini

 

RELATED RECIPES

Mark Bittman's No-Bake Brandied Fruit Tart

Mark Bittman's Squid in Red Wine Sauce

Smoked Bourbon Sour

John Daly

 

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No. 17: Jan/Feb 2009

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Highland Fling

Discover the world of Scotch whisky.

Zen and The Art of Sake READ »

An ancient brew finds a new home.

 

Vision Quest: Homebrewers Living the Dream READ »

Ever dreamed of opening your own brewery? These three stories will give you a reality check.

 

Taste-Test: Absinthe

 

Elements: Cherry Heering READ »

 

RELATED RECIPES

Tantris Sidecar

Bobby Burns
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