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Up Your Beaujolais Game With These Fine Bottles

There is a lot more going on in Beaujolais than nouveau.

Where Have All the Line Cooks Gone?

In the rush to become the next Jamie Oliver, young line cooks are focusing less on fundamentals and jumping ship with more frequency. It’s enough to make a head chef cry for help.

We’ve Rounded Up the Best Bubbly for Your Holiday Parties

Ring in the new year with a quality cuvée.

Northside Distilling is Turning Out Corn Whiskey From (Where Else?) a Tiny Old Barn

Northside Distilling occupies an impossibly small converted horse barn behind Fred Koch’s now-phantom greenhouses on Springlawn Ave.

Louisville’s Copper & Kings Brings Back Brandy

There’s a new boss in brandy production, and fortunately for us, they’re just down river.

Wine Your Way Through the Loire Valley

Known for its whites, the Loire has memorable reds, too.

Recipe: The Martini, Resuscitated

It was once a Great Drink, so stir up this fabulously delicious original and raise your glass to 125 years of history.

Got Grog?

Small-batch rums to up your cocktail game. PLUS: A drink recipe fit for a pirate.

Vermouth Is Having A Moment

What was once kept around to medicate sick kids has more recently been reintroduced by savvy bartenders.

You Need More Cognac In Your Life

Plus: A recipe for the best Sidecar you’ve ever had.