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Weekend Wine
One of the unexpected benefits of the Sideways-fueled passion for Pinot is that a lot of the grape has been planted in areas where the winemaker can’t rely on their vineyards to produce a dark red berry-looking wine. So they are left with a few options.

5:07AM Sat. Jun. 9, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

Every Day is Rosé Day!
It’s National Rosé Day this weekend (apparently), and while it’s not like we don’t kick back with a glass of the pink stuff on every possible occasion regardless of the date, it’s still nice to have it be a thing, you know? We’ve gathered a handy list of some of the best celebrations in town, plus a few of our favorite cocktails thrown in for good measure.

4:59PM Fri. Jun. 8, Emily Beyda Read More | Comment »

I Tried Death Wish Coffee and Lived
Death Wish Coffee is as dark as the night is long, and if you drink this ultra-caffeinated stunt beverage, it might feel like morning will never come.

10:00AM Fri. Jun. 8, Dan Gentile Read More | Comment »

World Cup Cocktails
Sports and drinking have one thing in common: they both provide a sense of community. We toast our victories, and commiserate our defeats … like the U.S. not making the World Cup. Here is how the rest of the world drinks: boozy, bitter, hot, cold, or otherwise.

7:01AM Fri. Jun. 8, R.T. Frank Read More | Comment »

The Austin Ice Cream Festival – Now with Booze?
Nothing better for the weekend on which the annual hellscape of summer officially begins – we're talking about Saturday, June 23rd – than to spend a little quality time at the Austin Ice Cream Festival at Fiesta Gardens.

10:00AM Wed. Jun. 6, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Weekend Wine
Summer is the time to head to the lakes and have a picnic. Usually, when we go, we try to take a cheap, cold wine that has low alcohol and fragrant aromatics, like a Spanish Txakoli.

12:33PM Tue. Jun. 5, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

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Still Austin, located in The Yard right off St. Elmo Road, is the first whiskey distillery within city limits since Prohibition.

1:00PM Mon. Jun. 4, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Announcing The Austin Chronicle’s Battle of the Briskets!
Whether you're sampling these menus for the first time or revisiting old favorites, go eat the brisket and vote for your favorite starting June 7 at austinchronicle.com/brisketbattle.

3:10PM Thu. May 31, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Weekend Wine
Tapiz Winery is one of Argentina’s great wineries. Owner Patricia Ortiz took what must have been a very expensive step towards world dominance when she hired retired winemaker Jean Claude Berrouet to come be her consulting winemaker to work alongside resident winemaker Fabian Valenzuela.

6:04AM Sat. May 19, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

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