‘Dry January’ has gained popularity over the past few years as many choose to forgo their typical imbibing lifestyle for a booze-free month.
Many states maintain unjust and irksome regulations on their alcohol industries. Lovers of freedom should work to repeal today’s remnants of the temperance movement.
Don’t be fooled by silly or gimmicky bar products. Drink-making is one of the oldest, most fun traditions in the world, and doesn’t require nifty gadgets that will get lost in a drawer for years.
Peter Suderman discusses his deep dive into the American cocktail revival, GOT finale, and the future of Marvel television on Federalist Radio.
Our greatest presidents drank—some responsibly, others to hooch-happy excess. The effects of alcohol seem to have enhanced their statesmanship.
It’s been the kind of year one might develop 21 new cocktails to soothe oneself while crying over everyone else’s hysteria. Or to laugh over while everyone else drinks and cries.
In the new book, ‘Party Like a President,’ Brian Abrams details the seamy side of the presidency—which includes lots of booze and women. And it ain’t just JFK.
The Old Fashioned is a classic cocktail that will start your year out right. Heed these warnings about how not to screw it up.
To rebuild lost villages, those bulwarks against the growth of government, start by hosting a party.
Here are three Christmas cocktails to brighten your holidays.
The end of summer is a good time for reflection – though as with anything bittersweet, balance is important. Here are two drinks that meet that measure.
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