Campfire Cocktails

Tuesday, 10 May 2016 by
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Summer is synonymous for camping season, which means it’s time to step up your drinking expertise. Sure, every camp fire has its staples: beer, soda, coffee, hot dogs, brats, chips… But why stick to the norm when there are so many other possibilities? A camping trip is a getaway after all. Take the opportunity to

5 Deliciously Drunken Floats

Monday, 09 May 2016 by
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Things are starting to heat up as summer approaches, and ice cream trucks are trolling the streets. Diners and fast food chains are beginning to sell more cool treats, and one of the most popular is a good old fashioned soda float. There is something incredibly appealing about a melty fizzy mess, but the only

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Anyone can create cocktails like a pro if they have the right tools and ingredients. Even if the alcohol isn’t of premium quality it can always be spruced up with fresh fruit and herbs. Some of the most iconic cocktails in history can attribute their prestige and popularity to effort in freshly muddled greenery. Here

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This day and age, it’s nearly impossible to be young without being resourceful. There is a short cut or alternative to everything in life, and delicious cocktails are no exception. Maybe the weather is bad. Maybe you forgot an essential ingredient and the nearest store is twenty minutes away. Maybe you’re just plain lazy. Either

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The younger generation is one to appreciate parties, nightlife, live music, and good drinks. Bars, clubs, and live music venues are prime locations for experiencing the culture of a growing city, especially one rich with colleges and innovative professions. But millennials will know that money isn’t as easy to manage as it used to be.

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  It’s a Friday night and your friends need to go out! Someone calls an Uber, and you and your friends squeeze into a black car on the way downtown. It’s quiet in the car. Too quiet. You’re in the front seat though. You can feel what’s coming. Somebody has to be car DJ for

The 5 Best Drinks for Winter

Friday, 15 January 2016 by

Winter evokes a certain emotion for drinkers; perhaps a memory of a ski trip seven years ago with friends, an escape to a bed and breakfast with a former flame, or the biggest snowfall of all time in your town. In any case, winter is the best season to break out your bar-tending chops, or

Strange but Effective Ways to Open a Beer

Wednesday, 16 September 2015 by
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We’ve all been in the predicament where we just got a cold beer, but we forgot our bottle opener!  Sometimes, the desire for that crisp fermented taste is so strong, you just HAVE to find a way to get inside that bottle!  Need some ideas?  Here are a few methods that work as a great

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Have a hankering for a mixed drink but not sure what mixer to include? Have no fear, BeerRightNow is here! Here are a few suggestions for mixing. Tequila: 1. Lemon-Lime Soda (Any kind) 2. Orange Juice and Grenadine (Also known as a Tequila Sunrise) 3. Lime Juice 4.Grapefruit Juice 5. Grapefruit Soda, Lime, Salt (Also

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We’ve all had the feeling of a horrible hangover the morning after an epic night of drinking. This feat is such a common one that there are probably way too many “cures” out there that claim to work. Below is a list of some world-famous cures! I’m going to start the list off with my

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My guess is that when you have bottles of alcohol, you know what to do with the contents inside, drink it! However, often we find ourselves in the position where we are unsure what to do once we have taken the last sip. Do we recycle the bottle, throw it away? The answer is none

The Perfect Wine Date

Monday, 25 May 2015 by
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Finding the perfect wine is truly an art. It takes lots of skill and patience. In fact, it is so methodical a process that I cannot honestly say that I have mastered it. However, finding the perfect wine date does not have to be tedious. If you ask a regular wine connoisseur, they will tell

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