Fish House Punch – Drinking in a bit of history

In preparation for celebrating New Year’s Eve, Nicky and I began to question what the libation of choice should be for kicking off the evening’s festivities in proper form. Perhaps a festive bowl of punch? So we looked back to a recipe more than 250 years old – Philadelphia Fish House Punch. This highly revered …

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The Mer-Bear Sour

We want to give a shout out to the winner of our fan contest – Meredith from Tennessee. After asking some questions about Meredith’s taste profile, we created a light, fluffy, creamy version of a sour*.  Try shaking this one up at home, then raise a glass to Meredith! The Mer-Bear Sour 1.5 plymouth gin … Continue reading The Mer-Bear Sour

“Sit Down. And Listen.” Wise words from The Sound Table

Nicky and I hit the jackpot the other night on a venture to the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood to try The Sound Table. Thank you Darren Carr and the good folk at Top Flr for bringing Atlanta another winning establishment. Located at one of Atlanta’s increasingly popular intersections – Boulevard and Edgewood – The Sound … Continue reading “Sit Down. And Listen.” Wise words from The Sound Table

Celebrate your freedom to imbibe today!

January 16, 1919, was a dark day indeed.  On that date Congress passed the Eighteenth Amendment outlawing alcohol, with the hopes of putting an end to drunkenness, crime, mental illness, and poverty.  Prohibition actually led to an increase in organized crime and resentment toward the federal government ran rampant.  Americans endured 13 years of Prohibition … Continue reading Celebrate your freedom to imbibe today!