We present to you a V-Day drink that could be romantic, bro-mantic or no-mantic — either way, it’ll still be delicious.
I couldn’t find a drink called “The Power Suit” and I kind of want to invent that now?
Not everyone is into secondary fermentation, and strictly speaking you don’t HAVE to do it. But let’s do it anyway!
I mean really – who doesn’t feel like a baller sipping whiskey out of a personalized glass?
What repeal am I talking about? The Repeal of the 18th Amendment, of course! The 18th Amendment was the harbinger of a very dark time in US history: Prohibition.
The gayest vodka drink on the block.
And! Because I’m the one doing the book club, I have a bit of an added element. There is a drink recipe in here, folks!
Did you know that journaling while intoxicated is legal in all fifty states?
According to experts, millenials now consume 27% of the wine by volume in the United States.
Cooking wort, reading gravity and pitching yeast — we’re making beer! Join us, won’t you?
I shall list them in order of least to most awful.
Your cat probably had a rough day. He deserves this.
We’re going to update you on all the whiskeys our group will be tasting on the mountain so your presumably now-formed queer whiskey tasting friend-group can taste along with us. And our brand new obsession? Hudson Whiskey.
“Diaper-clad, I make my way over to the coffee table, grab the can between my stubby little hands, and in one fell swoop, dump the sudsy brew all over my head.” And so it begins.
You can have a two-gallon keg in your city apartment, or you can have a farm where you grow the barley and hops yourself. Anyone can homebrew! Even you.
What’s the best way to get a girl to kiss you on a rooftop in Brooklyn? Make her homemade boozy popsicles! The French 75 gets the job done nicely.
In which I suggest some crafty alternatives to the brews you already know and love.
A good bartender knows not only how to keep you at that perfect level of tipsy while celebrating, but also when to hand you a drink and let you wallow. Now YOU can be that bartender.
“The odds were against these early brewers. But, just like us resilient queers, these folks survived on love, pride and an enduring devotion to community building.”
Even if you’re not a tennis fan, this cocktail is perfect for dinner parties, garden parties, parties where you’d like to have a go at being fancy as fuck.