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No. 46: November/December 2013

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Winter Wonderland

Get cozy with eight inspired takes on traditional holiday cocktails.
BONUS RECIPE: The Brown Turkey
BONUS RECIPE: Cranberry Cobbler
BONUS RECIPE: Holiday Glogg
BONUS RECIPE: Spiced Pear Punch

 

Holiday Gift Guide
50 Imbibe-approved gifts for everyone on your “nice” list.
WEB EXTRA: Even more gift ideas for your favorite imbibers.


12 Corks a Popping
How to put together the perfect mixed case for the holiday season.
WEB EXTRA: Your ultimate holiday food and wine pairing guide.


Of a Certain Age
Inspired by sherry and port producers, craft brewers are using the solera process
to create timeless vintages.
WEB EXTRA: Decoding the solera process.

 

Slow Jam READ »
Flavor-packed and naturally sweet, barrel-conditioned coffees are the ultimate winter warmers.

 

Miami's New Vice READ »
America’s southernmost metropolis finally gets a cocktail scene to call its own.

BONUS RECIPE: Solera Sour

WEB EXTRA: Where to score the best coffee in Miami.

 

 

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No. 45: September/October 2013

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The United States of Beer

From Maine to California, a coast-to-coast journey of American craft brews.
WEB EXTRA: Six all-American beer styles to try.
WEB EXTRA: Test your beer IQ.

 

Sleeping Beauty
With its wine-like complexity, pisco is a South American jewel poised to be discovered by adventurous drinkers.
WEB EXTRA: A crash course in South America’s prized grape spirit.
BONUS RECIPE: Chet Helms
BONUS RECIPE: Peruvian Summer Smash
BONUS RECIPE: Pisco Sour
BONUS RECIPE: Pisco Sourgrass


Dressed Down READ »
As fine dining goes the way of the expense account, the role of the modern sommelier  may be shifting to something less glamorous, but a little more real.
WEB EXTRA: How to shop like a somm.
WEB EXTRA: A conversation with Patrick Capiello and David Gordon.


Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire
The earthy allure of wood-roasted coffee beans.
WEB EXTRA: Where to drink wood-roasted coffees.

 

Star Power READ »
Nashville’s fast-rising cocktail culture is shaking things up in Music City.
WEB EXTRA: Nashville in five sips.
WEB EXTRA: Nashville’s top honky-tonks.
BONUS RECIPE: Figgy Pudding Cocktail
BONUS RECIPE: Saint Phillip Cocktail

 

 

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No. 44: July/August 2013

Summer Drinks

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Simply Smashing

Brighten up your summer with fresh and fruity smashes.
WEB EXTRA: A brief history of the smash.

BONUS RECIPE: Añejo Smash
BONUS RECIPE: Basil Smash
BONUS RECIPE: Bourbon & Peach Smash
BONUS RECIPE: Lost at Sea
BONUS RECIPE: Pepper Smash #2
BONUS RECIPE: Philly Smash
BONUS RECIPE: Peruvian Summer Smash
BONUS RECIPE: Ranger Smash
BONUS RECIPE: Salted Watermelon & Tequila Smash
BONUS RECIPE: Tequila & Sage Smash
BONUS RECIPE: Turista Smash

 

Easy, Breezy Bubbly
Forget the black tie—summer is prime time for flip-flops, bbq and sparkling wine.
WEB EXTRA: 25 bubblies under $25.
WEB EXTRA: A guide to the best sparklers for summer.
WEB EXTRA: Where to satisfy your urge to splurge on sparkling wines.


Hey, Honey READ»
Thanks to a swarm of innovators, there’s a new buzz surrounding mead.
WEB EXTRA: How to make your own mead.

 

The Milky Way
How family-run dairies are making a comeback.
WEB EXTRA: When it comes to making cappuccinos and lattes, which non-dairy alternative can take the heat?

 

Treasure Island READ»
In Martinique, fresh sugarcane is the stuff rum dreams are made of.
WEB EXTRA: A guide to Caribbean rums.

 

 

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No. 43: May/June 2013

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Simple Cocktails

A Four-Ingredient Challenge. READ»
WEB EXTRA: 101 simple cocktail to mix at home.

 

Pop Science
Homemade sodas are fast, fresh and bursting with flavor.
WEB EXTRA: A simple-syrups cheat sheet.
WEB EXTRA: Top soda stops, coast to coast.

 

Cream of the Crop READ»
Crisp, clean and lightly fruity, America’s homegrown cream ales are on the rise.

 

Playing the Odds
In Central California, antique and international varietals are giving King Cabernet some competition.
WEB EXTRA: A wine geek’s guide to obscure varietals.
WEB EXTRA: A Q&A with Ian Brand, Alex Krause, John Locke
WEB EXTRA: 15 great boutique wine shops across America.


A City Built on Yesterday READ»
The past and the future find common ground in New Orleans cocktails..
WEB EXTRA: New Orleans locals dish on the best of the Big Easy.
WEB EXTRA: Chris Hannah’s guide to New Orleans.
WEB EXTRA: Re-creating New Orleans’ chicory-fueled cooler.
BONUS RECIPE: Taylor Bird Sazerac

 

 

 

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No. 42: March/April 2013

The Texas Issue

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The Ultimate Texas Road Trip

An imbiber’s guide to Austin, San Antonio, Houston and Dallas.

WEB EXTRA: 15 top spots for coffee in Texas.
WEB EXTRA: A tour of Texas wine country.
WEB EXTRA: Where to find the best Margaritas in Texas.
WEB EXTRA: The roadtrip continues with our guide to some more off-the-beaten-path drinking spots across Texas.
BONUS RECIPE: Bee Sting
BONUS RECIPE: Blueberry Drinking Vinegar
BONUS RECIPE: Fernet Me Not
BONUS RECIPE: Oaxaca Mule
BONUS RECIPE: Occam’s Razor
BONUS RECIPE: Peche Milshake

BONUS RECIPE: Pickpocket Soda
BONUS RECIPE: Ranger Smash
BONUS RECIPE: The Southtown
BONUS RECIPE: Trenchtown Fizz
BONUS RECIPE: Witchy Woman

 

Whiskey River READ»
A new local spirit flows, thanks to a growing posse of Texas distillers.

 

Big in Texas READ»
After fits and starts, the Lone Star State’s craft beer scene is coming on strong.

 

Texas Terroir
Five reasons to open your mind to Lone Star wine.
WEB EXTRA: Exploring the Texas wine scene.
WEB EXTRA: A tour of Texas wine trails.

 

The New Texas Tea
Specialty coffee has finally found a home on the range.
WEB EXTRA: 15 top spots for coffee in Texas.
WEB EXTRA: Our favorite Texas-roasted coffees.

 

 

 

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No. 41: January/February 2013

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The Imbibe 75

Our top picks for the people, places and flavors that will help shape the way we all drink in the year ahead.

WEB EXTRA: Outtakes from some of our Imbibe 75 personalities.
WEB EXTRA: 10 more drinking spots to watch in 2013.
WEB EXTRA: Our Imbibe 75-inspired list of cocktails to try in 2013.

BONUS RECIPE: Aprile
BONUS RECIPE: Attorney Privilege
BONUS RECIPE: Blue Jay
BONUS RECIPE: Brave Companion
BONUS RECIPE: Capitulation No. 3
BONUS RECIPE: Curaçao Punch
BONUS RECIPE: Czech the Shelf
BONUS RECIPE: El Chavo
BONUS RECIPE: Falling Leaves
BONUS RECIPE: Figgy Tonic
BONUS RECIPE: The Graduate
BONUS RECIPE: La Fee Suisse
BONUS RECIPE: La Yapa
BONUS RECIPE: Lust for Life
BONUS RECIPE: Montana Sky
BONUS RECIPE: On the Boulevard
BONUS RECIPE: Prey of Thieves
BONUS RECIPE: Separation Anxiety
BONUS RECIPE: Sweetwood
BONUS RECIPE: Veronica Rose
BONUS RECIPE: Vida Old Fashioned
BONUS RECIPE: Pendergast
BONUS RECIPE: West Indies Sour

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