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The Spirits of Michigan

The Spirits of Michigan

If you enjoy imperial stouts, it’s more than likely you are familiar with Dragon’s Milk Stout. It’s the beer that put Michigan’s New Holland Brewing on the map in the craft beer world. They make an array of fine beers, ...

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Rosemaries Other Baby

Rosemaries Other Baby

Rosemarie Certo was one of the originals in craft beer. Before there was Victory, before there was Yards, before there was Tröegs, there was Dock Street Brewing Co. Originally located in Center City, in the space now occupied by City ...

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Campari Cocktail Dinner Tonight

Campari Cocktail Dinner Tonight

Gran Caffe L’aquila is hosing a five course cocktail dinner tonight. Tickets are only $68, not a bad deal for five cocktails and five courses. RSVP Now by calling the restaurant at (215) 568-5600. Full menu is below. Gran Caffe L’aquila ...

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Garden State Libations

Garden State Libations

Cooper River is Bringing Distilling to Camden The recent rise of craft distilleries has been mirroring the craft beer industry in many ways. Distillers are pushing boundaries to come up with unique takes on spirits to set themselves apart. Many ...

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Finding a Place in the Craft Spirits Boom

Finding a Place in the Craft Spirits Boom

Following in the footsteps of craft beer, there has been an incredible growth in craft distilling of late. The Philadelphia region went from one local craft distillery a few years ago to about a dozen in the region with dozens ...

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Row House Spirits

Row House Spirits

It seems to be a common story of sorts in any industry that revolves around an artisanal product. An individual has a passion for something and a career which they are much less passionate about. Years pass. Then one day, ...

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It’s All About the Wood

It’s All About the Wood

Getting his start in restoring old American barns into homes (a career he’s still very much involved in), Sean Tracy discovered an adoration for wood. One year for Christmas, he received a home still to make his own spirits. Though ...

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Distilling in Pottstown

Distilling in Pottstown

Recently being promoted to the ranking of “regional craft brewery,” you would think Sly Fox Brewing Company owner, John Giannopoulos, would have enough on his plate to keep him busy for a while. The brewery is now producing beer in their Phoenixville, PA brewpub, as well as their ...

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Reviving Farm Distilling

Reviving Farm Distilling

Prior to 1919, in New York State it was common for distillers to have their home on a farm. In fact, over 1,000 farm distillers were in existence prior to that time, best known for kicking off Prohibition. In 1933, ...

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A New Kick on Wine

A New Kick on Wine

What does one do when Prohibition has ended and one wants to start legally drinking again; but thanks to The Depression setting in, can’t really afford to do so with the variety they prefer? One takes homemade country wine and ...

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