Author: Tara Nurin

Jersey brewers, looking to the past for inspiration (and improved flavor and texture), are revive the centuries-old method of bottle or cask conditioning.

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Pétillant-naturel—pét-nat for short—is both a sexy debutante in today's wine world and a form of sparkling wine that predates Champagne by centuries.

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Japan Rises to Rival Scotch

September 19, 2018

Japanese whisky (which adopts the Scotch spelling) isn’t exactly new. But it’s taken off as a category in recent years, and demand has outpaced what was already a limited supply.

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Craft brewers have turned the Jersey Shore into a haven for beer lovers.

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The Mocktail: All Grown Up

August 14, 2018

Good news for teetotalers as well as those who just want to lighten up: Mixologists are putting as much thought and creativity into their alcohol-free cocktails as their regular ones. The results are delicious.

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New Ways to Drink Pink

July 5, 2018

Pink had a breakout year as fashion color in 2017, and now mixologists are picking up on it in quite tempting ways.

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The LBI area shows off its craft breweries and wave-worthy shops.

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Catch some sun and some suds on these brewery trails.

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Pisco, an unaged distilled spirit made in Peru and Chile, is the basis for the famous pisco sour cocktail. But pisco is becoming a mixology favorite and is turning up in enticing new cocktails.

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In Millville’s Glasstown Arts District, Eric Nyman is cooking from scratch at his super casual Wildflower Vegan Café.

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