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This Spirits & Cocktails category of our blog is dedicated to exploring the vibrant new bar scene and renewed interest in fine spirits and cocktails. Subscribers will receive weekly fun infotainment, drink suggestions, bar reviews, and bar tender profiles. If you don’t have a favorite bartender, then maybe you need to… read more>read more
We initially tasted our first batch of Czech Pilsner from Mr. Beer after it had aged in the bottles in the fridge for only a week or so. It was mostly flat and had a light, slightly citrusy taste. We did not expect it to build any additional carbonation as the cold temp of the fridge would stall any remaining fermentation… read more>read more
Quit dreaming about a man-cave full of gleaming copper and let’s get serious. After a couple hours of reading about brewing in general and comparing & contrasting the features and benefits of different starter kits, we thought… read more>read more
We started with the query “how to brew beer” and got six Google Shopping ads showing brewing kits ranging from $49.99 to $7,900. These results may change over time but that’s a tremendous range, so where do you start? We’ve put in the time for you… see more>read more
Glasses are the most important tool for our enjoyment of wine. Understanding how a wine glass affects the taste of our wines is important for enjoying any wine to its fullest potential. Preferences may vary, but there are predictable preferences that most of us… read more>read more
EVERYBODY has a “Wine Knowledge 101” article in their blog arsenal, so I guess BestWineGlass should have one too! We focus not so much on “Learning About Wine” but instead on “Enjoying Wine.” Get a friend and open… read more>read more