Stephen Beaumont

Stephen
Beaumont
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Ginning up support for a refreshing summer spirit 
Gin has been called the original flavored vodka and has a light, refreshing character that gives it particular warm-weather appeal.
Seasonal beer sales heat up with weather 
As the weather heats up, it's time for summer beers to shine.
Unexpected global brews draw curious consumers 
When it comes to serving beer, what does a restaurant do that specializes in the cuisine of a country not necessarily known for its breweries — places like Italy and Japan and New Zealand?
Whiskey market gains new popularity, innovation 
Q&A with Dave Broom, author of “The World Atlas of Whisky”
Belgian brews rising in popularity 
Belgian beers — whether large, internationally recognized lager brands or small, ultra-niche ales — are on the rise
Mixologists cultivate an appetite for the aperitif 
Consider, if you will, a cocktail that actually encourages an appetite for more food and drink.
 It's likely absent from your drinks list — unless your list includes the traditional aperitif cocktail.

Cider rules the house 
For a beverage that is in many ways simplicity itself, cider certainly can foster an unusual amount of confusion.
A gin for every taste 
With the recent renaissance of cocktail culture gin has developed increased significance.

Versatile pale ale pairs well with many dishes 
For some time now, seasonal beers have been the most talked-about and best-selling segment of the burgeoning craft beer market, and rightly so.
Irish whiskey’s versatility appeals past St. Paddy’s 
It is a fairly certain bet that this past March 17, and on pretty much...
Martinis shake up bar scene with resurgence 
Whether it comes as a result of the enormous popularity of “Mad Men” or the...
Not your grandfather’s Cognac: Stodgy spirit gets hip new image 
If you are the type who follows trends and tastes in spirits, you will no...
Beer, Wine & Spirits: The right glass goes a long way in cocktail service 
If you build it, to paraphrase the nowiconic movie line, they will come, but that...
Science tackles question of serving red wine with fish 
LONDON Levels of iron in both red wine and fish may be behind the...
The right glass goes a long way in cocktail service 
If you build it, to paraphrase the now iconic movie line, they will come, but...
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