15
Jun

Peat – Whiskey’s Earthy Spice

Pete – who is this guy and why does he make my Whiskey taste smoky? Of course it’s not Pete rather peat and it is a frequent topic of discussion among Whiskey lovers and novices alike. Peat is 100% natural in its composition and its formation. It is the accumulated layers of decaying organic material (grasses, small shrubs, and other vegetation found in your... read more
14
Jun

New Reviews for June 14, 2017

Below is a quick look at our latest reviews published at BevX June 14, 2017. Click the links to get the score and the full analysis of each beverage. Every Wednesday we release new stories, introduce our latest reviews, and send our subscribers their weekly, free digital newsletter. (Subscribe here.) We had another busy week at BevX with new, tasty beverage reviews to share.... read more
14
Jun

Understanding Méthode Champenoise – the Champagne Method

Méthode champenoise – no this is not the French rapper the kids are talking about. Like any self-respecting rapper méthode champenoise has many aliases: méthode traditionnelle, traditional method, and metodo classico (Italy) among others. If you see Méthode champenoise, or any of its aliases, you know that the sparkling wine is made in the traditional method first perfected in Champagne, France. As you likely... read more
12
Jun

National Jerky Day – June 12

Just in case you were too busy with life we wanted you to aware that today – June 12 – is National Jerky Day. Jerky is the carnivore’s ultimate protein snack. Jerky is lightweight and easy to carry making it the ultimate long-haul flight snack. Many brands are available in your local mini-mart and if you are lucky, your local butcher offers his own... read more
12
Jun

Your dad’s favorite beer brand is suddenly cooler than craft

Source: Business Insider Dennis Green June 10, 2017 It seems these days more beer drinkers are living the high life and choosing “The Champagne of Beers.” Miller High Life is enjoying a steady and swift comeback as some beer drinkers connect with the less expensive and easy-drinking alternative to heavy craft beers in bars and stores across the US. MillerCoors, which brews High Life,... read more

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