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Basketball Legend Dwyane Wade Is Selling Wine in Chicago to Help BIPOC Communities

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The Case for Instant Coffee

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Michigan’s First Black-Owned Brewery Releases Black IPA on Black Friday

America’s Last Lesbian Bars Band Together to Survive 2020

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Four Loko to Launch the Quibi of Getting Absolutely Shitfaced

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In Medean Twist, Coca-Cola Kills Off Tab, Its First Diet Soda

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Sommeliers Pick the Best Wine Glasses for Every Scenario

Four Agave-Distilled Spirits For Your Bar Cart, Recommended by an NYC Bartender

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Coca-Cola Continues to Flatten Topo Chico’s Sparkling Appeal With New Hard Seltzer

From the Strategist: The Best Canned Cocktails, According to Bartenders and Drinks Experts

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Cool Off With These Six Boozy Adult Milkshakes in Las Vegas

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Everything You Need to Know About Michigan’s New and Improved Liquor Laws

In July, the state approved a batch of 16 laws that could have a far-reaching impact for local bar and brewing industries

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New Orleans’s Best Coffee Shops Open for Takeout or Delivery

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The Art of To-Go Cocktails

Drinks divorced from their bars pose challenges, but Detroit bartenders are getting creative with recipes and packaging to make memorable experiences

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The Ultimate Guide to Fruity, Milky, and Other Specialty Soft Drinks

Unsure what to get in the drinks aisle of an international grocery store? Consider these.

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How Six Austin Restaurants and Bars Developed Their To-Go Cocktail Programs

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Get Yourself a Specialty Soda, as a Treat

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Pre-bottle Your Quarantini

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Everything That Makes Dive Bars Great Makes Them Vulnerable to COVID-19

Drinkers love dark, rowdy, cheap, cash-only dives, but those bars struggle with safety measures like social distancing and takeout

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Everything You Need to Make Cold Brew Like the Pros

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How Coronavirus Could Change the Way You Get Your Favorite Craft Beer

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How to Brew Truly Great Coffee at Home

Because the best part of every morning should be the act of making coffee

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It’s Maybe Time to Make To-Go Cocktails Legal

To help struggling restaurants, states across the country have loosened up laws around to-go and delivery drinks — and it’s hard to imagine going back

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How to Keep an Opened Bottle of Wine Good for Days

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With Tasting Rooms Closed, Michigan Wineries Are Trying Out Virtual Tastings and One-Cent Shipping

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Don’t Restock Your Liquor Cabinet Right Now — Drink It Down

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Dalgona Coffee Inspired Us to Try (and Fail at) Whipping Other Drinks

Now Is a Time of Boom and Bust for the Liquor Industry

With Sanitizing-Solution Shortage, Liquor Distilleries Are Stepping Up and Making Their Own

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The Newest Bars in Philly, March 2020

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18 Philly Sports Bars for Watching March Madness

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Request Pending: Inside the Members-Only World of Online Beer Trading

Breweries are limiting in-person, to-go purchases of their rarest beers and labeling bottles "not for resale." That’s not stopping online resellers.

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