Bar Manager Rob McCaffrey from Lincoln Tavern in South Boston talked boozy milkshakes, boozy brunches, and booze in general with me. It was Thirsty Thursday, after all. We even sipped from a Tiki tumbler! More
It’s soon to be Super Bowl Sunday and that means it’s time to break out the chips, pizza and of course the booze. There’s nothing wrong with sticking to a classic six-pack, but if you’re looking to mix it up, we’ve got some custom drinks courtesy of two Boston bartenders. More
Tired of the same old bars? Looking for a place to kick back after work and enjoy a delicious cocktail made with artisan booze, obscure liqueur, homemade bitters and a bizarre garnish? Then the soon-to-open Ames Street Deli is the perfect place for you.
I’m not really sure why I’ve been under the impression that cider making is a big challenge, because it really isn’t — well, it doesn’t have to be. I’ve been procrastinating the whole way, dreading that I was going to have to take the time to do some big involved project for the actual fermentation step. It’s literally so simple though — yeast + apple juice + airlock = fermentation started, hopefully. It’s so much easier than homebrewing beer. More
If your house looks anything like mine right now, apples are spilling out of the pantry. New England had an especially abundant apple season this year and apple picking is a fall tradition. If you’re sick of baking and bored with packing apples for lunch every day, there’s one great way to finish off that stock: Juice those suckers. For the adventurous DIYers out there, take on a new project — fermenting the apples for a delicious homemade hard cider. More