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    Beer and Guns: How Craft Beer Shows Us The Way to Disarm

    …, Oklahoma – it is almost certain to be by some other gun freak who’s either drunk or bored or doesn’t like their baseball cap. I was thinking about this today, while going back and forth in my head on the topic of declining sales of the insipid BudMillerCoorsPabst fizzy yellow Pilsners which, for 100 years, were the totality of this country’s beer…

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    NW Wine Night Radio – Episode 40

    …EPISODE 40 Thanks for joining us for another episode of Northwest Wine Night Radio. This week, we start the show by supporting our baseball team! Craig Leuthold of Maryhill Winery tells us about his Mariner wines. Stoller Vineyards is in the spotlight as it’s president, Gary Mortensen (pictured above on the left) stops by to talk about leading…

    1 readers - By Northwest Wine Night.com

    Romancing the Score: What do Wine Ratings Really Tell Us?

    … of Parker entitled The Emperor of Wine, Elin McCoy writes that the wine scores “tapped into a deeper fascination with numbers and ratings that was peculiarly American. To outsiders, Americans were preoccupied with who or what was numero uno—whether it was a baseball team, a rock album on the top-20 chart or the person with the highest IQ.” She quotes British writer Andrew Barr, who observes that wine scores are “a victory of American pragmatism over French mysticism.” Comments comments…

    1 readers - By Natalie MacLean

    Notes From the Captain Lawrence Tasting Room Blood, Sweat and Beers

    …. “We’re drinking a lot of Kolsch,” pizza man Andrew explains to a customer of his preferred coping mechanism. The AC is whirring away inside. John Lul of Riverhead and Danielle Dunne of Babylon are enjoying a few Liquid Golds over a barrel. John is the assistant baseball coach at SUNY Purchase, where Danielle is a student. John helped put the players…

    6 readers - By Hudson Valley Wine Goddess