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The South’s Strangest Drinking Laws
Jan 26/17

The South’s Strangest Drinking Laws Posted by: Rod Ford | 2 Comments

  Did you know it’s illegal to chug a beer while standing up in Texas. Stick to sipping or sit down there, chugger. And over in Oklahoma, they’re nice enough to keep certain beers at room temperature. Presumably to keep you from overdoing it on all of those pre-chilled cans. (Dear beer drinker, I can’t trust you. Sincerely, Oklahoma.) Over...

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Drinking Beer — You’re Doing It Wrong
Jan 26/17

Drinking Beer — You’re Doing It Wrong Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

It’s evident from the craft breweries bubbling up across the country, brewers going head to head for coveted “best beer” titles, the nationwide celebration dubbed “Craft Beer Week” and the relatively new phenomenon of “beer tourism” that Americans have a thing for good beer. Consider it our frothy, golden lifeblood. We self-proclaimed connoisseurs of fine cold ones scour the world...

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Five Southern Craft Brews We’re Drinking Right Now
Jan 26/17

Five Southern Craft Brews We’re Drinking Right Now Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

    Labor Day is nigh, which more than likely means three days of freedom for you and yours. If you’re anything like us, you’ve already got an inner tube stuffed into your backseat and the ice chest open and ready to be filled. Before you toss in a six pack of what’s cheapest, consider these Southern-made craft brews we’ve...

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Favorite Wines for Fall
Jan 26/17

Favorite Wines for Fall Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

It’s starting to feel bit like Fall (finally!), and along with the orange and yellow leaves, light jackets, and hint of campfire smoke in the air, this season has us thinking of wine. Okay, we think of wine all year long, but here are some wines that we find particularly delicious in the Fall: White For those colorful Fall afternoons...

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Hit the Deck with Simple, Delicious Lake Drinks
Jan 26/17

Hit the Deck with Simple, Delicious Lake Drinks Posted by: Rod Ford | 0 Comments

  In all honesty, the only kind of lake drink you need is beer. And maybe also beer. But sometimes it’s fun to venture into territory beyond the borders of PBR or rum and coke. But nobody likes to slave over a boat blender, so let’s keep it simple. We know you want high payoff with very little work. So, it’s...

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Stocking a Holiday Bar: Southerner’s Edition
Jan 26/17

Stocking a Holiday Bar: Southerner’s Edition Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

Holiday time means many things to different people, but in the South it’s all about the get togethers – planned or not. And one thing no self-respecting southerner should be caught without is a properly stocked bar. But where do you begin? Stick with these tips and tricks and you’ll be sure to please any guests that grace your doorstep...

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Top 5 Bar Gifts
Jan 26/17

Top 5 Bar Gifts Posted by: Hedi Hemenway | 0 Comments

  1. A Decanter Whiskey and Bourbon decanters make great decorative pieces. You can show your appreciation for the outdoors, or highlight an interest or a hobby. A unique decanter also can provide a centerpiece for conversation or contemplation.     2. A Statement Piece Unique and personalized lighting not only set the ambiance of your bar, but also add...

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To Quench The Devil’s Thirst
Jan 26/17

To Quench The Devil’s Thirst Posted by: Rod Ford | 0 Comments

  See Our Unique Whiskey Stills When I was young and had potential, way back years ago before I had gotten all beaten down by life, I was a Legal Services lawyer over in Forrest City, Arkansas, a town in the Arkansas Delta that is named for you-know-who. The guy who pretty much founded the Klan. Anyway, before I passed the Arkansas bar...

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