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The Art of the Cocktail: how to make Hot Buttered Rum for the Holidays

part of the Ace 12 Days of Christmas series. BY RL REEVES JR Demon rum. The original spirit consumed widely across North America and the Western Hemisphere. While today, bourbon is considered the quintessential liquor of the United States, it […]

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Maker’s Mark distillery calls racial discrimination allegation “abhorrent” if true

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An End of the World Cocktail and Mayan Drinking Game

And if things work out? The world doesn't end? We have you covered either way with this Holiday Cocktail and Dysfunctional Family Drinking Game.

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The Perfect Holiday “Cocktail” and Family Holiday Drinking Game

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Best Bites: Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Stout released; new Blackberry Farm Cookbook

Best Bites: Lexington, Kentucky food, wine, and spirits news. This week,  Alltech's Lexington Brewing and Distilling Company is releasing its Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Stout in Kentucky and Ohio.  The

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Twilight Drinking Game, Breaking Dawn 2

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When is Beaujolais Nouveau Day, 2012?

Beaujolais Nouveau Day is celebrated on the third Thursday of every November. That will be November 15, for 2012. (It was formerly observed on November 15 annually, before

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Feel That? The Kentucky Earthquake Social Media Drinking Game

Now that it appears everyone is safe from the 4.3 earthquake that rattled Kentucky today -- prompting media coverage all the way out at the L.A. Times (where

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Election Night Cocktail and Drinking Game: The Old Fashioned Election Night

BY GREG

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Hurricane Sandy: Frankenstorm, a drink and drinking game

Garden and Gun Magazine's Dark and Stormy take on Hurricane Sandy. BY GREG HUBBS Who would have thought that we'd find ourselves in a landlocked state worrying about an inland



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