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    All posts by Nick Jeffrey

    • Grapes of Spain

      When we think of old world wines, it is the holy trifecta of France, Italy, and Spain that usually come to mind. France and Italy...

    • We Moan For Amarone

      Your humble narrator was at one of those snooty wine tasting events recently, and had a rare opportunity to sample an Amarone. For those not...

    • Chinese New Year

      Kung Hei Fat Choi to you all! For non-Chinese speakers in the audience, a loose translation is “Congratulations and be prosperous”. February 10 marked the...

    • Eastern Promises (Of Beer)

      Your globetrotting liquor reporter is penning this week’s column while holding down a barstool at a brewpub in Halifax. With Halifax being the port city...

    • Robbie Burrrrns Day

      Your humble narrator recently explored his inner Scotsman. There was haggis. There was fine scotch. There were hairy legs poking out of a kilt. No,...

    • Vintage Alberta Beer

      Your globetrotting liquor reporter has returned home from a whirlwind of international travel, and let me tell you, I missed our local Alberta beer. Perhaps...

    • Beers of New York

      Your globetrotting liquor reporter decided to jet away to NYC for the recently passed New Year’s Eve. As you might imagine, in a city of...

    • Central American Beer

      Your globetrotting liquor reporter is penning this week’s column from a swim-up pool bar in Costa Rica. My paramour, who was raised on a steady...

    • Gonzo for Guaro

      Your intrepid liquor reporter decided to ring the New Year in with a bang this year, so I picked up one of those last-minute flight...

    • Tease Me Tawse

      Welcome, gentle reader, to the much-awaited first liquor column of the New Year. This is the perfect opportunity to reflect upon the many wines you...