What's to come in terms of beer & booze by 2017 In New Orleans, imbibing quality and local booze is important to residents and visitors alike. The past few years have seen Atelier Vie and Cajun Spirits join Celebration Distillation, the makers of Old New Orleans Rum, join the city's distilling scene. Four more distilleries plan to open within the next year or so.
Local breweries have also boomed - NOLA Brewing was the first to open in 2009.
St. George Spirits One of the best absinthe distilleries in the United States Founded as an eau de vie distillery nearly 30 years ago, the principles of Old World eau de vie distillation continue to inform every product that is made...
Distilleries, breweries and wineries are prevalent across the region, and harvest season is the perfect time to tour some of the Eastern Shore’s best booze producers.
Oola Distillery is imminent on Capitol Hill—they're making hand-crafted batches of premium distilled spirits, i.e., sweet, local booze, across from Skillet Diner. And the gin is in! Order it at the liquor store or sample it at the o...
CH Distillery & Cocktail Bar and Ale Syndicate held a tasting for their distilled beer. That's right. A beer spirit. [ more › ]