Bill Norris tells you the 12 boozes you must have stocked at home.
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Alamo Drafthouse beverage director Bill Norris and founder Tim League craft five exotic beverages to complement THE MASTER’s boozy lifestyle.
Starbuck, what do you hear?
Nothing but the rain.
Then grab your stein and drink some beer.
Today I’m teaching you how to make easy, flaky, buttermilk biscuits served several ways: with honey butter and preserves, as a cheese, ham and egg sandwich, as a caprese sandwich, and smothered in sausage gravy. And you get the original recipe for a spectacular brunch cocktail, to boot. Score!
JCVD sells Coors by talking about his tight, cold pants.
Bitching advertising art for a hard hitting Irish Examiner investigative journalism series.
Jim tries out Shiner’s new seasonal.
Celebrate the day named after the God of Thunder with some drinks he might quaff in Asgard.
An incredible game that turns an NES cartridge into a breathalyzer and scores you based on how drunk you are.
Like port, Sherry sometimes carries some pretty low-brow connotations, a drink your grandmother would nip at before bedtime. Its also easily confused with the $5 bottle of cooking Sherry from the grocery store. I aim to show that true Spanish Sherry from Jerez, however, can be a nectar worthy of the Gods.
The new Prohibition is here - Four Loko has been banned. Could this product warning have saved the drink?
Sir Ernest Shackleton never made it across Antarctica, but he eventually made it home. It took one hundred years for his whiskey to follow suit, and now it’s ready to be tasted.
91 years ago today the federal government took away the people’s right to drink. We got it back, but we’re still inching towards some more basic booze freedoms. In the 70s Jimmy Carter legalized home brewing, creating a multi-billion dollar industry. When will someone do the same for home distilling of spirits?
You may think port wine is a granny drink, but Tim wants to prove otherwise. Here’s the story of how a war, a treaty and some accidental aging turned the Night Train of the 1700s into the nectar of the gods.
Not only can drinking be good for you, it can be vital to maintaining your very human existence.