Over 2 Million Jobs Created by the U.S. Beer Industry

The Beer Institute (BI) and the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) released a report stating that the U.S. beer industry created more than 2.19 million jobs paying more than $101 billion in wages and benefits. The “Beer Serves America” report is truly a testament to its name. It provides us with insight into the U.S. … Continue reading “Over 2 Million Jobs Created by the U.S. Beer Industry”

World Paloma Day

May 22nd is the day to celebrate the Paloma – A traditional Mexican cocktail made with tequila and grapefruit soda. This cocktail is refreshing, light, bubbly, and perfect for the summertime. Below are two different recipes for a Paloma. The first recipe is a more traditional Paloma made with tequila and grapefruit soda. The second … Continue reading “World Paloma Day”

Spring Uncorked

New York Botanical Garden Saturday, May 18, 2019 – Sunday, May 19, 2019 12–4 PM The New York Botanical Garden will be hosting a wine festival this Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 PM to 4:00PM. Spring Uncorked will feature all local wines from Hudson Valley, Brooklyn, Long Island, and more! Enjoy samples, groove to live … Continue reading “Spring Uncorked”

Garden Cocktails

Spring has sprung, grass is growing, temperatures are climbing, and people are starting to plant their gardens for the summer. If you are a cocktail lover like I am, this time of year really excites you because there are lots of fresh fruits, veggies, and herbs to include in all of your libations. Whether it’s … Continue reading “Garden Cocktails”

FUNK Boston: A Wild & Sour Beer Fest

June 14 & 15, 2019 Cyclorama 539 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02116 Cyclorama, or the Boston Center for the Arts along with BeerAdvocate are hosting this year’s FUNK Boston: A Wild & Sour Beer Fest on June 14th and 15th with three sessions each day. There will be over 40 breweries in attendance, pouring over … Continue reading “FUNK Boston: A Wild & Sour Beer Fest”

Pinknic

July 19th & 20th, Randall’s Island Park, NY Pinknic is a two-day summer tradition that brings thousands of people dressed in pink and white to eat, drink, and dance the day away. There will be two stages at Pinknic this year featuring world renowned DJs and bands, lots of wine, (especially the crowd favorite Rosé) … Continue reading “Pinknic”

A Clapback to the Attack on the Aperol Spritz

In response to The New York Times attack piece published last Thursday, “The Aperol Spritz Is Not a Good Drink,” New Yorkers are joining forces in a Rally for Aperol. The entire internet clapped back to this publication with a message to the author, “You Are Wrong!” And, rightfully so. The Aperol Spritz is a … Continue reading “A Clapback to the Attack on the Aperol Spritz”

Anheuser Busch Opportunity Alert – NEEDED Beer Drinking Intern

Your dream job is waiting!  Have you longed for the day where your boss was okay with you drinking on the job?  Well, this is the opportunity for you. Anheuser Busch is looking for a Natty Light intern that will get paid to put their drinking skills to work.  Some requirements of the job would … Continue reading “Anheuser Busch Opportunity Alert – NEEDED Beer Drinking Intern”

Boston Beer and Dogfish Head Merger Worth $300M

Samuel Adams maker Boston Beer Co. Inc. is merging with beloved Delaware-based Dogfish Head Brewery in a $300 million cash and stock deal.  According to the Brewer’s Association, Boston Beer is the second-largest craft beer maker and Dogfish head the 13thlargest. Dogfish Head co-founders Sam and Mariah Calagione will receive around 406,000 shares of Boston … Continue reading “Boston Beer and Dogfish Head Merger Worth $300M”

Mother’s Day Cocktails

For Mother’s Day this year, try sprucing up your brunch was some beautiful cocktails sure to impress. Whether your mother is a gin drinker, loves tequila, or simply likes to pop bubbly – look no further for the perfect recipe to celebrate her day. And when you’re surrounded by your love ones, make sure to … Continue reading “Mother’s Day Cocktails”