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Just in time for Sunday’s season eight premiere, Ommegang and HBO have launched For The Throne, their newest “Game of Thrones”-inspired beer.
How can a Scotch brand that’s only been around for six years suddenly offer a 33-year-old single malt with a $3,000 price tag?
Is it a Kölsch-style beer, or a Double IPA? This is the question Dogfish Head wants its fans to ponder while drinking its newest concoction, The Perfect Disguise.
Part of the new Samuel Adams fall variety pack, Spruce Lager is an easy-drinking beer with a slightly tart and piney flavor profile that’s just robust enough to pair with a mild- …
The Scotch whisky that conquered the world—but lost its groove—is resurgent.
We drank our way though a wide selection of bonded Bourbons and other spirits from the bonded warehouses of America to see how they perform in the glass when paired with two …
A hint of rye grain plus a stay in Templeton Rye barrels makes Boulevard Brewing Rye on Rye a perfect partner for a strong cigar like the Archetype Axis Mundi Toro.
The revival of this spicy whiskey brings on perfect cigar pairings.
The smoky, peaty whiskies of Scotland invite cigar pairings.