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Summoning the spirits: Broker's Gin

When talking about liquor, it’s impossible to not tip your hat to the sophistication of sipping a spirit straight up. Consequently, it only seemed right for me to enjoy a glass of gin on the rocks while typing this, the first installation of Summoning the Sprits. 609 more words

Summoning The Spirits

Craft Cocktail Series- Soul Gastrolounge

On Saturday September 27th, 15 people gathered around a bar, curious, thirsty and ready to learn.

Each attendee learned how to make three different classic cocktails and I don’t use the word classic lightly, each of these cocktails were made popular before 1950.   125 more words


Gin and Tonic Challenge - Broker's Gin

Broker’s Gin was created in 1998 by the Dawson Brother’s (Martin and Andy) from a recipe reported to be over 200 years old, and produced from a traditional copper pot distillation. 308 more words


TANQUERAY RANGPUR GIN—My dad goes on a rampage!

My dad, who is not allowed to buy things any more, bought three things today:


Starfrit Hamburger Stacker

“I have never experienced a desire for such a thing,” said my mother, who apparently hand-fondles all the patties at LBHQ into perfect circles without assistance. 424 more words


Vote for Andy

Look y’all, I know we get asked daily to vote for things, whether it be cutest baby or best in the city and I know it can be really annoying.   90 more words


Out & About - Gin and Tonics @ Udaberri

By The Gentleman

Sadly The Lady and I had to say goodbye to a friend who is going away on a Uni placement the other week, but on the bright side the going away event was held at Leigh Street’s hole in the wall bar… 750 more words

Out & About

Thirsty Thursday, Simple but Stiff: The Power of the Juniper Berry and Dutch Courage

My liquor of choice is gin. It has been since graduating college and being able to afford something other than Bud Lights and cheap vodka. I’ve always enjoyed drinking and I learned my lessons early on, but found a rhythm once I began drinking for pure enjoyment of the taste and not the victory of beer pong or turbo cups (though, I wouldn’t turn down a game should the challenge approach me in my late-twenties). 810 more words