A study recently published in Frontiers in Psychology, purports that music makes beer taste better. Apparently, beer drinking is a multi-sensory experience, and having some tunes in the background might make your tastebuds pop.
People enjoy things that help them relax. Some people do yoga, some people drink alcohol, and some smoke weed.
A slow-cooked, coconut-based whole cauliflower curry is taken up a notch with the addition of sweet red peppers and chopped potatoes.
The traditional Irish pub, whether in America or in the home country, is nothing without the local history in which it’s rooted.
Nothing says Heritage Day in South Africa quite like the smoky-sweet flavour of a braai.
Parties, cheering for our favorite sports team, or simply enjoying a break from work are occasions where we drink, sometimes in excess.
Don’t judge me—but I am not a fan of eco-friendly beauty.
Decorative Gourd Season is upon us, and the thoughtful beer drinker has a choice to make: follow the well-trod path and reach for a pumpkin ale, or take the path less traveled and seek out an unexpected fall-flavored beer made from mushrooms.
Pouring beer is more than getting the liquid from one vessel to another: it’s an art form, as well as a science that has its own methodologies, constants, and variables.
The recipe of Pimm’s No.1 Cup is known to only six people and its flavour profile is as hard to pinpoint as it is to describe.
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