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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits from Around the Web

Are restaurant cocktail menus aiming too high? New York Times

The quirkiest tipples of London Cocktail Week. Telegraph

When robot baristas rule the coffee world. Kotaku

Is fraud destroying the business of wine collecting? Eater

Charging extra for clear ice is apparently now a thing. Huffington Post

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits from Around the Web

A beer-flavored latte? One coffee company is giving it a go. Boston Globe

Eric Asimov offers his guide to drinking wine at home. New York Times

One distiller lands in hot water over its label lingo. Bevlaw

This illustrated flow chart will help you order whiskey like a boss. Business Insider

A glimpse of coffee particles on a microscopic scale unveils a whole new world of the mighty bean. Daily Coffee News

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits from Around the Web

Is climate change ruining wine corks? Wine-Oh TV

A Chicago cocktail crawl from an industry local. Town & Country

Was James Bond a coffee buff? Believe it. PRI

A monster deal may be brewing between two beer behemoths. CBS

Satire? This coffee piece rings all-too true for us. The Onion

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits from Around the Web

Could mapping coffee’s genome lead to better beans? NY Daily News

Is this Spain’s most underrated wine region? Wine Folly

Will this coffee maker change the way you auto-brew? Dear Coffee I Love You

Where did Australian wine go wrong? Social media chimes in. Vinography

Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits from Around the Web

The strange mechanics of a vertical siphon brewer. BoingBoing

Some of the most bizarre beer laws on the books. Yahoo

Aussie coffee culture hits SoCal. LA Weekly

The curious link between wine and exercise. The Atlantic

Life after Napa’s big quake. Men’s Health

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits from Around the Web

Is coffee's third wave selling out? Fast Company

Wine ratings, deconstructed. Wine Folly

Matt Kramer's go-to wine? It's not what you might expect. Wine Spectator

Watch a latte artist at work. Fast Co. Create

Crafting cocktails at 35,000 feet. Yahoo

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits from Around the Web

Mapping the fingerprints of terroir. BBC

The bidding for one wine conglomerate is stretching into the billions. New York Times

Leaves, twigs—what other fillers may be lurking in your morning cup of coffee? Time

The wine fraudster learns his punishment—and it isn’t pretty. Vice

Baseball fan? Guess which home fields have the best beer selections. Yahoo

Those beer labels? Only approved by one guy—this guy. Daily Beast

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits from Around the Web

Does half of the world actually prefer instant coffee? The Washington Post

A tasting trip to one of the wine world's most sacred spots. New York Times

Why iced coffee price hikes have us feeling the heat. Gothamist

German capers nab thousands of liters of beer. Wall Street Journal

Five important facts about your a.m. cup of joe. Forbes

Wednesday, July 09, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits From Around the Web

This 3D newspaper ad offers up quite the caffeinated surprise. Gizmodo

When it comes to wine, the additives debate rages on. Wired

Guess which wine school just scored big with a top-dollar endowment. Press Democrat

One ballpark just debuted self-serve beer machines. Twin Cities

Could this coffee cup change the way we take our joe on the go? Business Week 

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits from Around the Web

Heading to London? Check out some of the city’s more adventurous imbibeables. TNT Magazine

Coming soon, to a space station near you—espresso. Forbes

Is this European capitol becoming a hot hub for beer? Paste

David Lynch gets caffeinated. Vice

Spontaneously combusting bottles of bubbles prompt a recall. Post Gazette

Meet the Willy Wonka of the Japanese cocktail scene. The Japan Times

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits from Around the Web

The coffee community mourns the loss of an industry great. DNA Info

Will one conservative state shut down its Oktoberfest? Fox

Looks like things could get nasty between a California vintner and his hired consultant. Napa Valley Register

Can music really affect our tastes? Policy Mic

One beer-fueled activity gets its first official world championship. Wall Street Journal

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits from Around the Web

What happens when a brewer and a winemaker ferment from the same fruit? Wine Searcher

Has the lime bubble finally burst? NPR

Keep on top of your cocktail game with this recipe drill from our 2014 Imbibe 75 Cocktail Bar of the Year. Possessed by Spirits

What the devastating coffee fungus means for the average cup of joe. Time

A proposed tax increase means trouble for one South American nation’s wine crop. Bloomberg

Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Quick Sips: tasty Bits from Around the Web

Lessons in coffee from an industry pro. Village Voice

A new wine test looks to fix the funk of brettanomyces. Biz Journals

Is your a.m. cup of coffee destroying the planet? Weather Channel

One beer geek looks to launch Jordan’s first craft brewery. LA Times

Could coffee boost moral behavior? Huffington Post

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits from Around the Web

New legislation means trouble for some Arizona wineries. Arizona Star

As interest in auction wines increase, so does the number of counterfeit bottles. New York Times

A Nespresso for beer? Forbes

Why Vietnam plans to uproot millions of coffee trees. Wall Street Journal

In search of fine wine on Kentucky’s bourbon trail. Grape Collective

A new beer-mile record is set. USA Today

Five unconventional ways to open a bottle of wine (and still drink it). Fox

Is coffee-pot cooking the next big thing. The Atlantic

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits from Around the Web

A new coffeemaker forces friendships before it will brew. Huffington Post

Need to name a bar? This website will generate one for you. Laurenhallden.com

Battle of the coffee pods. Quartz

From toy maker to coffee entrepreneur—the inventor behind the AeroPress. Fast Company

It seems powdered alcohol doesn’t get the go ahead, after all. CNBC

Is a wine critic entitled to his or her own opinion? New York Times

Friday, April 18, 2014

Drink of the Week: Heart Coffee Roasters Rwanda Kanzu

Blame it on the pouring rain and snow sweeping across the country, but we’re calling this whole “spring is in the air” thing a sham. And it’s driving us to drink coffee. And today’s Drink of the Week—the Rwanda Kanzu from Portland, Oregon-based Heart coffee roasters—is the perfect fix. Heirloom bourbon beans, grown high in the hills surrounding Rwanda’s Lake Kivu, make for a cup with fresh floral aromas, sweet berry fruit flavors and an almost tea-like finish. So spring? Take your time—we’ve got some coffee to cozy up to.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits from Around the Web

A quick history of holy wines. Slate

A new app offers up all-you-can-drink coffee in NYC. Bloomberg

One major coffee company looks to revamp its image. New York Times

A coast-to-coast look at which beers are selling and where. The Atlantic

Why politics and wine sometimes don’t mix. ABC

Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits from Around the Web

A winery in Mexico made mostly of upcycled trash. NPR

Bartenders’ beloved mezcal continues its move into mainstream. LA Times

Robert Parker gears up to launch another lifestyle publication. Wine Searcher

New government regulations threaten the relationship between brewers and farmers. Press Democrat

The coffee boom in South Korea has caught the attention of two big-name companies. Boston Globe

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits from Around the Web

Ever wondered what happens when you pour beer into a hot frying pan? Rocket 24

A peek into Arab coffee culture. Al-Monitor

Guess which wine store was just slapped with $500k in fines. Eater

Are Americans getting even pickier about their coffee? Huffington Post

So what exactly do Millennials like to eat and drink? Bon Appetit

Watch how a smattering of hipsters take their coffee. You Tube

Guess which governor just installed beer taps into his mansion? USA Today

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Quick Sips: Tasty Bits from Around the Web

Free drinks to Google glass wearers. SF Gate

An interesting infographic of major coffee chains coast to coast. Dead Spin

Beer madness begins! Washington Post

It seems K Cups aren’t all they’re cracked up to be. Mother Jones

Just a few more reasons as to why you should drink Bandol. New York Times