Archive for the 'Wine-Spirits' Category

All About Best Wine Clubs

By Amy A White People over the world have developed a keen interest in wine and have indulged in greater consumption of wine which has compelled companies to sprout up best wine clubs in the country. The statistics reveal that the sale of wine has almost more increased by 4% alone in United States. Best […]

Beer Keg Issues

By Stan Schubridge Of course, cleaning your beer lines would be the assumption you would make if you had excessive foam in the beer or if it starts tasting funny. But, that’s not always the case. Obviously, I would suggest cleaning your beer lines after every keg or as often as possible. Yet, there are […]

Dumol Winery Review

By Mark A Aselstine In the wine industry we often hear the term “cult wine” which in essence simply means a small producer whom sells their wine directly to consumers, without needing to place it in restaurants or with distributors….in other words these wines are difficult if not impossible to taste without being part of […]

Homemade Wine Making Airlock Basics

By Ted Begnoche Airlocks are very important in wine making, and for homemade winemakers they are an absolute necessity. Let’s take a look at basic airlocks and their important functions. An airlock is a tiny device that is half-filled with water to form a barrier to protect your wine while it’s fermenting and aging. This […]

Organic Beer

By Jesse L Moore I went to my local supermarket just a couple of days ago and was somewhat startled to see a number of “organic” beers offered in the “green” section of the store. This got me wondering about what the differences are between “organic” and normal beer might be. It turns out that, […]

A Wine Lovers Weekly Guide to $10 Wines A Kosher Israeli Sauvignon Blanc

By Levi Reiss This potentially bargain wine comes from a major white grape, by the major wine producer of an up and coming wine country. Carmel was founded back in 1882 by Baron Edmond de Rothschild, the owner of the great Bordeaux red, Chateau Lafite, which starts at about $900 here, although I did see […]

Beer Making Recipes to Tantalize the Taste Buds

By Luke D Porter In this article, we shall tell you about beer making recipes. The four main ingredients you need are water, fermentable sugar, hops and yeast. Each ingredient is important, and you should cook it in the proper way, to make sure you can make the beer successfully. Water is the primary ingredient […]

I Love Organic Wine A Touraine (Loire Valley) White

By Levi Reiss The Loire river is the longest river in France. The Loire Valley is home to a wide variety of wines as well as great castles. Touraine is towards the eastern end of the wine producing area, but is actually southwest of Paris. Over time, more and more of the local producers are […]

Different Alcoholic Drinks Beer

By Michael S Collins Hello. Today I’m going to be starting a new article series. It is going to be about different types of alcoholic beverages. Starting with common drinks such as beer, and then moving to more hard liquors. I think this will be interesting to research, and hopefully interesting to read. This article […]

Save Yourself Money by Brewing Your Own Beer!

By Leeroy Jenkins How much are you paying for your beer at the moment? However much it is I would be willing to bet that it is not as cheap as 30 cents a bottle, am I right? Of course I’m right because it is impossible in this day and age to buy beer from […]