Doc’s Draft House Pear Hard Apple Cider and American Fruits Bourbon Barrel Aged 12 Months Apple Liqueur (quick booze roundup)
“I’m drunk!” It’s all Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery all the time (of Warwick, New York) – over the last few days, we’ve chugged down Doc’s Draft House Pear Hard Apple Cider and American Fruits Bourbon Barrel Aged 12 Months Apple Liqueur. The opinions have been recorded, so we’re ready to talk some booze! Read the rest of this entry
There’s whiskey, scotch or bourbon – as far as I’m concerned, we’re talking about variations on the same thing. The thing is, most people don’t like to drink it room temperature. Sometimes I do, but sometimes I want it cold. Ice doesn’t work (for two reasons I’ll explain in a sec), so what’s a guy to do? There are alternatives, and for reasons that will become apparent in a moment, Balls of Steel is my preferred booze cooler.
I’m fairly certain that episode 2 of Mixers and Movie Reviews will be available on Monday, April 1st. Our spring episode will feature Skittles Vodka and the films Django Unchained and Hop.
See you then!
Much to the chagrin of my waist line, I like beer, and I like trying new beer even more. Seasonal beers really do it for me, and October is one of my favorite months. Sure, Oktoberfest is all well and good, but for my money, it’s all about the Pumpkin Beers. When it comes to a pumpkin beer, I don’t want some tiny little hint of pumpkin (I’m looking at you, Blue Moon), I want to be annihilated by pumpkin and, preferably by alcohol content. Here’s a list of five pumpkin beers I’ve tried, ranked from least to greatest. Read the rest of this entry