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  • Craft rum distiller opens in St. Michaels

    Craft rum distiller opens in St. Michaels
    A new rum distillery, which says it is the only one in the state to craft its liquor from raw ingredients, has launched in St. Michaels. Lyon Distilling Company, co-founded by a 31-year-old former Wall Street currency trader and his photographer...
  • Scotch done the very old-fashioned way

    Scotch done the very old-fashioned way
    One hundred years ago, on days when the wind was right, the sour smell of mash enveloped Campbeltown. Then this speck of a community tucked into a small harbor near the end of the Kintyre Peninsula on the western side of the country was widely...
  • Engine Room Takes Its All-American Menu A Notch Above

    Engine Room Takes Its All-American Menu A Notch Above
    Dan Meiser and James Wayman introduced themselves to Mystic in September 2011 by way of Oyster Club. Though diners quickly flocked to the unique sea-to-table restaurant for raw Noanks on the half shell and native Stonington fluke, others eventually...
  • Chicago Craft Beer Week begins

    Chicago Craft Beer Week begins
    It's starting to seem as if craft beer has been around forever. Of course there's fresh, creative, locally made beer everywhere we go. Of course it comes in styles that both date back generations and barely existed a year ago. Of course there is a Chicago...
  • The Wingman's favorite neighborhood bars in Orlando

    The Wingman's favorite neighborhood bars in Orlando
    In the words of county singer Toby Keith, "I love this bar." In the past year and a half as the Orlando Sentinel's night-life columnist, I've said those words more times than I can count. Restaurants, parks, housing: All are essential parts of a...
  • Tribune Co. looks for partner to develop Port Covington parcels

    Tribune Co. looks for partner to develop Port Covington parcels
    The owner of The Baltimore Sun wants to find partners to develop about 37 acres of unused land next to the newspaper's printing plant in Port Covington. The plans are part of a broader push by Tribune Company to make more money from its real estate....
  • Gift ideas for the beer lover who has everything

    Gift ideas for the beer lover who has everything
    There is no shortage of gifts for the craft beer drinkers on your list, and all of these ideas are a better option than those “beer of the month”-type subscription services that are almost universally a bad value and a disappointment. You&...
  • Brewers aim to add Eastern Shore to craft-beer map

    Brewers aim to add Eastern Shore to craft-beer map
    Just because you're on vacation at the shore doesn't mean every drink has to come with a tiny beach umbrella. Pitch the slushy or cosmopolitan, and think more along the lines of craft. Craft beer, that is. For a long time, beer drinkers lacked choices...
  • Pigs fed whiskey mash: What does Templeton distillery have in mind?

    Pigs fed whiskey mash: What does Templeton distillery have in mind?
    Whiskey and pork naturally complement each other. If you've ever sipped some smoky, bacon-infused whiskey, you understand. But the team at Templeton Rye Distillery is looking to combine the two flavors in a new way. The Iowa-based company has started...
  • 'Absurd' law limits beer containers, but repeal falls flat

    'Absurd' law limits beer containers, but repeal falls flat
    Crave a 32-ounce big gulp of your favorite ale from the local microbrewery? Have at it. How about a gallon jug brimming with 128 ounces of craft beer? You're welcome to it. Just don't order your artisanal brew in a 64-ounce bottle. Florida lawmakers,...
  • Washington's whiskey

    WASHINGTON — In the fall of 1799, George Washington wrote to his nephew: "Two hundred gallons of Whiskey will be ready this day for your call, and the sooner it is taken, the better, as the demand for this article is brisk." The whiskey Washington...