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The Easiest Fall Cocktail Ever

Chef Tory Miller, of L’Etoile in Madison, Wisconsin, has come up with the ultimate fall cocktail. 

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An Honest Pale Ale

F&W Best New Chef 2014 Joe Ogrodnek of Brooklyn’s Battersby and Dover thinks that American beer makers are going overboard with flavor intensity but there's one beer that's doing it right. 

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The Best Cherry for a Manhattan

The most integral part of Matt Jennings’s Manhattan is the garnish.

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The Perfect Breakfast Wine

This bright and slightly fizzy wine is a favorite of chef Zak Pelaccio. 

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The Rebirth of Cincinnati’s Beer Scene

When you think of the country’s brewing epicenters you probably don't think of Cincinnati. But chef Daniel Wright makes a strong case for why we should all look to that city for great craft brews.

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Why Vinho Verde is the Best Summer Party Wine

“I’m a simple dude,” says St. Louis chef Kevin Nashan.

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6 Drinks to Make with Eau-de-Vie (A.K.A. Napa Valley Moonshine)

Here are six easy-drinking cocktails to make with eau-de-vie.

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6 Beers That Are Amazing with Asian Food

Here, six beers to pair with Asian dishes.

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4 Ways to Upgrade a Shandy

Chef Ned Elliott of Austin's Foreign & Domestic makes a shandy with Reed's Extra Ginger Brew, lager and a salted lemon syrup. Here are 4 other ways to make a delicious shandy. 

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7 Manly Cocktails to Make with Lillet

Here, seven great Lillet cocktails for aperitif lovers. 

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