Posts made in October, 2015

How To Make a Dry Maritni

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How To Make a Dry Maritni

You’ll Need Dry Vermouth and Gin

Ingredients

  • 1 ounce vermouth — dry vermouth
  • 4 ounces gin — gin
  • cocktail glass
  • Instructions: Fill a metal shaker with cracked ice. Pour in the dry vermouth (we prefer Noilly Prat), stir briefly, and strain out (this may be discarded). Add 4 ounces gin (we prefer Tanqueray, Bombay Sapphire, Beefeater) — you want it around 94-proof. Stir briskly for about 10 seconds, strain into chilled cocktail glass, and garnish with an olive.
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How To Enjoy A Glass Of Beer

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How To Enjoy A Glass Of Beer

Drink and be merry is a familiar phrase that people would usually say back to you when you are on a vacation in Cork, Ireland. Car hire can provide assistance in bringing tourists to the various bars and pubs located all over Ireland. In the same way, this allows them total flexibility, since car for hire vehicles allow tourists the benefit of choosing the desired place, or to be able to hop from one bar to another.

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Beer Culture

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Beer Culture

Social context

Many social traditions and activities are very associated with drinking beer, such as playing cards, darts, or other games. The consumption of beer in isolation and excess may be associated with people drinking away their troubles, while drinking in excess with company may be associated with binge drinking.

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Beer Brewing Big And Creative In America

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Beer Brewing Big And Creative In America

Breweries in America are growing at an exponential rate. Beer brewing is becoming big business with a resurgence of traditional types of ales and lagers combining with more exotic offerings. With a colorful history, beer carries on its controversial way to regain the traditional role it’s always played as an every-day beverage, while taking on a more creative flavor to please every palate.

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Beer….how is it made?

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Beer….how is it made?

We all know the effects (and after-effects) of beer. But lifting a glass of cool liquid to your mouth on a scorching hot day, have you ever stopped to consider the processes and ingredients involved in making it? Well maybe not but here is the answer anyway!

Simply, beer is a fermented combination of water, barley, yeast and hops. The major variation in any beer is the type of yeast used in the fermentation process.

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Delaware Law: You Must Be 21 Years of Age To Enter Please Drink Responsibly.