First it was beer, then it was wine. Now the world of craft is seeping into distilleries.
The first beer was brewed 5,000 years ago. It was part of the daily diet of many Egyptian pharaohs. Modern American beers are reminiscent of the hoppy beer 14th Century German monks brewed and drank. Obviously, beer is not a passing fad. Large breweries dominated the American market until 30 years ago when microbreweries, started…
If you’re like me, the prospect of going out to buy a bottle of wine is daunting. Are different whites and reds really that different from each other? Do you have to spend $40-$60 in order to get something palatable? If you made it through your early 20s on a diet of two-buck-chuck and that…
Ideally, it would be Ed Hamilton‘s Navy Strength Rum you’ll have ready, because today is all about Her Majesty’s Navy. Except for fortifying English sailors, rum (also called Nelson’s blood, kill devil, demon water and pirate’s drink) has had a pretty rum reputation (hence the word rum)—it helped fund slavery, organized crime and revolutions and…
There’s a new 1920s inspired hot spot in town, that knows how to get this kitty cat purring. I guess you could say, Prohibition, is my new main squeeze.
Rebuilt from its bare bones up, this 1960s Shasta trailer has been fully restored and turned into a complete functioning mobile bar. This bar is on the go and headed to a party near you.
The home bar doesn’t have to be intimidating.
Nestled between forested peaks in Ogden Canyon, in idyllic and remote Eden—a town of only 600—is New World Distillery.
Utah Opera and Salt Lake magazine partner for the 3rd annual Libretti & Libations, where art influences life – for at least a drink (or two)
The latest liquor law reform is a public relations disaster.