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    All posts by Nick Jeffrey

    • Well Blau Me Down

      I was browsing the aisles of my friendly neighbourhood booze merchant last week, when I bumped into one of those in-store tastings hosted by a...

    • Sour Power

      The craft beer revolution continues to gain new adherents every day, with adventurous brewmasters reviving lost styles and looking for inspiration throughout history. One example...

    • Spirits of Christmas

      It has begun.  The incessant cacophony of holiday music has been grating on my tender ears for the past few weeks.  It seems to begin...

    • Any Port In A Storm

      Portugal is often considered a one-trick pony in the world of wine, being famous for their eponymous Port, but not much else. Prepare to be...

    • Oenophiles Of Oregon

      I was perusing the Californian wine aisle at my friendly neighbourhood booze merchant last week, when I spied a smaller section of wines from Washington...

    • Ontario Whisky

      Our province of Alberta is blessed with waving fields of grain, making us both Canada’s breadbasket and Canada’s supplier of malting barley for the beer...

    • Have A Canna Beer

      Even if you have been living under a rock, there is no escaping the headlines.  The Devil’s Lettuce has been legalized.  Yes, the Jazz Cabbage...

    • Halloween Home Brew

      It’s that time of year again. The first snowfall of the season has come and gone. The leaves are falling off the trees. Pumpkin Spice...

    • Blessed Bourbon

      We are living in the golden age of whisky.  Gone are the days of pounding cheap rye & ginger ale highballs while rockin’ out to...

    • Tipples and Turkey

      October is a big month for indulging, with not one, but two separate holidays that revolve around eating and drinking with family and friends. Halloween...