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Cognac Cocktails: Hennessy Lime & Cola

Hennessy Cognac Coke & Lime

Compiled by Matt Goldstein

To continue with our summer cocktail recipes; the fine folks at Hennessy like to add a little lime twist to their Cognac & Coke. This is one of the easiest cocktails you can possible make so stop wining, mix a drink, and kick back and enjoy yourself. Combine 1½ oz Hennessy . . . → Read More: Cognac Cocktails: Hennessy Lime & Cola

The Top 5 Tomato Pies in Philly: Baker St vs. Corropolese

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Philadelphia: Maybe the Best Tomato Pie City in the Country

By Matt Goldstein

For those not familiar with the tomato pie, it’s a classic Philadelphia delicacy and usually served square, cold and with no cheese. When done correctly, it’s one of the best pizzas you can have. With Baker St., Corropolese and Sarcone’s, one would . . . → Read More: The Top 5 Tomato Pies in Philly: Baker St vs. Corropolese

Summertime Cocktails: Classic Mojito Recipe

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The Cruzan Rum White Mojito

With today being officially the first day of summer, the Whiskey Goldmine would like to break out some classic cocktail recipes that will help you cool off and relax. Whether in a heat wave, relaxing on the beach or cooking out on the deck, the classic mojito cocktail is perfect . . . → Read More: Summertime Cocktails: Classic Mojito Recipe

The Makers Mark Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey

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By Matt Goldstein, Forward by Shephard Ritzen

Maker’s Mark is owned by Fortune Brands, who also own Jim Beam. The one most unique thing about Maker’s Mark is that it is not made with rye. The creator, Bill Samuels Sr., was a sixth generation distiller, and in 1953, he abandoned his family’s 170 yr old . . . → Read More: The Makers Mark Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey

Carlos the Jackal: Timeline of a Drunken Terrorist, Socialist Revolutionary

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A.K.A. Ilich Ramírez Sánchez: PFLP Militant & Womanizing Party Animal

By Matt Goldstein

Carlos the Jackal A.K.A. Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, a Venezuelan born terrorist, became a legend when he raided an OPEC conference in Vienna Austria in 1975 at the behest of the PFLP, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. Killing three people . . . → Read More: Carlos the Jackal: Timeline of a Drunken Terrorist, Socialist Revolutionary

The Top 10 Worst Beers: Guinness, Stella Artois & Nati Ice

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Is Guinness One of the Worst Beers in the World? God Damn Right.

By Tim Rodgers

When I attempted to tackle this topic in my mind, the easy route that arose was to just take all of the beers that I funneled down my throat in high school and/or college or compile a list of . . . → Read More: The Top 10 Worst Beers: Guinness, Stella Artois & Nati Ice

The Summer Grilling Wine Guide: Red & Whites w/ Steak, Lamb Chops, Sausage & Seafood

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Food & Wine Pairings by the Kenwood Vineyard

The Kenwood winery has shared some grilling secrets with some beautiful food and wine pairings. From grilled steaks with a cabernet sauvignon, to lamb chops with a smoky syrah, to sausages and peppers with zinfandels and shellfish with a chardonnay, below are some great grilling tips and . . . → Read More: The Summer Grilling Wine Guide: Red & Whites w/ Steak, Lamb Chops, Sausage & Seafood

Iron Age Celtic Brewing: 2500 Year Old Beer Making Discovered in France!

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Celtics Preferred Beer Over Wine, as Opposed to the Greeks & Romans

By Matt Goldstein

In what has been described as one of the oldest beer making operations in Europe, a 2500 year old brewery was discovered in an archeological dig in the Provence region of Southeastern France. An area settled by Celtics at the . . . → Read More: Iron Age Celtic Brewing: 2500 Year Old Beer Making Discovered in France!

The Top 10 Beers from Philly Beer Week 2011: Ballast Point, Dogfishhead, Nebraska Brewing, Russian River, Fegley’s Brew Works and more…

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The Best Craft Beer from the Best Craft Beer City

By Pat Smith, Matt Goldstein & Sommelier Tom Pittakas

For Philly Beer Week, our staff hit eight events and about 30 different bars overall in celebration of craft beer in one of the best beer cities in the world, Philadelphia. From IPA’s to imperial Stouts, . . . → Read More: The Top 10 Beers from Philly Beer Week 2011: Ballast Point, Dogfishhead, Nebraska Brewing, Russian River, Fegley’s Brew Works and more…

Random Thoughts from Philly Beer Week 2011

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Tales of the Philly Beer Scene, Craft Beer and Beer Week Shananigans

By Matt Goldstein & Pat Smith

We started Beer Week off at The Iron Abbey with a free beer dinner and Sly Fox Firkin. What’s better than free beer and dinner? From sliders to cheese steak egg rolls, pita and hummus and . . . → Read More: Random Thoughts from Philly Beer Week 2011

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