Monthly Archives: January 2016
In this episode:
• Distillers from Japan’s Miyazaki Prefecture visit New York City to whet American’s appetite for shochu.
As the second full week of the year is about to come to a close, I wanted to share some fine visuals from The Bluegrass State—particularly as it relates to Kentucky’s greatest contribution to global drinking culture. Enjoy Week 2 of The Year of Drinking Adventurously: bourbon and rye. To enjoy your own 52-week imbibing extravaganza, grab a copy of the book here.
Apple Pie & Apple Rye from two prominent Tennessee moonshine makers and New Belgium goes Citradelic all year long are the stars of the latest edition of The Drinkable Week.
Since 2016 has just begun, there’s no better time to start drinking adventurously. So in the spirit (and beer, cider, sake and wine) of out-of-your-comfort-zone imbibing this blog is going to work its way through each week of The Year of Drinking Adventurously and showcase each beverage in order until the ball drops on 2017. This week: Scotch whisky. Here’s a slideshow of some dram fine Scottish eye candy to get this year started. (You can read along by ordering The Year of Drinking Adventurously.)