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  • Time to give Canadian rye whiskey another look

    Time to give Canadian rye whiskey another look
    The whiskey hype machine is dominated by Scotch, bourbon, American rye and even, on occasion, Japanese whiskey. Canadian rye, meanwhile, gets lost in the shuffle. In part, that's because when most of us think of Canadian whiskey, we think of a light...
  • Film exploring Baltimore's beer industry to screen in March

    Film exploring Baltimore's beer industry to screen in March
    If you like Baltimore, beer and beer brewed in Baltimore — and why would you be reading this blog if you didn't? — the above trailer for Nick Kovacic's new documentary, "Brewmore | Baltimore," should be of interest.  The 65-minute film looks...
  • Maryland craft brewers want help to grow

    Maryland craft brewers want help to grow
    Adam Benesch, a co-founder of Union Craft Brewing in Hampden, would like to take his Duckpin Pale Ale to a farmers' market and let consumers taste and buy it. John Knorr, co-owner of Evolution Craft Brewing in Salisbury, just wants to brew more beer....
  • 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...
  • Go swimming with the turtles in Barbados

    Go swimming with the turtles in Barbados
    BRIDGETOWN, Barbados — Turtles, rum and glistening white-sand beaches. A toast to sun-splashed Barbados and three of its biggest attractions. Turtle snorkels in Barbados are very popular. Tourists on a boat don snorkels and masks and quickly enter...
  • Virgin Islands mansion preserves 250-year-old way of life

    Virgin Islands mansion preserves 250-year-old way of life
    FREDERIKSTED, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands - The Estate Whim Museum provides a look at what life was like 250 years ago on a sugar-cane island. It includes the plantation house, slave quarters, outlying buildings, a towering windmill and the remains of...
  • Georgia microdistilleries growing in number

    Georgia microdistilleries growing in number
    ATLANTA - "It won't be too long until there's a coffee roaster, brew pub, distillery and maybe a cacao artisan in every town," said Bill Owens, president of the American Distilling Institute. That prediction is about to come true for metro Atlanta. The...
  • Mount Vernon is a spirit-ual place in more ways than you think

    Mount Vernon is a spirit-ual place in more ways than you think
    MOUNT VERNON, Va. — If it looks like scotch whisky, smells like scotch whisky, and tastes like scotch whisky, then it must be scotch whisky, right? Well, sort of. When it's made in the United States, specifically at George Washington's Distillery...
  • Become a toast master during a whiskey tour of Ireland

    Become a toast master during a whiskey tour of Ireland
    DUBLIN - True or false? Irish whiskey is practically the same as scotch whisky. Did you answer true? Blarney! You lose. Their rich shades of amber are about the same, but in tradition and taste, the two couldn't be more different. And I have to admit, I...