Saturday, April 25, 2015


The vast majority of wines come in one of four classic bottle shapes.
At the end of dreary winter, a sip of good Sauvignon Blanc is like a reveille bugle call for your taste buds to wake up to the lightness of spring.
YOU HEAR IT at every beer festival - an excited buzz that flashes through the crowd like lightning: Did you try _____ beer, yet? You've gotta taste it!
Distilled beer is a rarity. Which is strange, because all spirits, from rum to brandy, begin as a quasi-beer - a fermented beverage made from grain, fruit or another source of sugar.
At Juniper Commons, a flavorful revamp of the White Russian.
Wine writer Marnie Old and beer writer Don Russell duel over the best Pennsylvania-made beverages to quaff with five classic dishes.