While my wife and I both enjoy a good glass of wine, neither of us were big beer or liquor drinkers. However, when we were recently planning a big holiday party, we realized that we needed to learn more about beer and liquors, so we could ensure we had alcoholic beverages that all of our guests would enjoy. Thankfully, my wife's brother used to be a bartender, so he taught us which liquors, mixers, and varieties of beer we should have on hand to please everyone at the party. He even showed us how to mix a few popular cocktails, so we could prepare them for guests. Our party was a great success and we are now prepared for future parties. Since we both love sharing our wine knowledge and now enjoy sharing our beer and cocktail tips and tricks, we decided to create a blog to share them on!
6 June 2019
Do you belong to a club or organization that focuses on service? if so, perhaps you have fund raising events during the year. For example, in November, your group more than likely provides foods for your local homeless food kitchen. In December, it is likely that toys are collected for children whose parents can't afford to buy them. Is your next fundraiser an auction? Are you the head of that committee?
24 February 2019
Whether you are on a first date with a new fling or a night out with your one and only, there are few things as romantic as dining by the sea. The gentle sounds of waves against the shore and seagulls overhead make for the perfect backdrop to an evening that's just for the two of you. Of course, nothing pairs with good food and good conversation like the right wine.
7 December 2018
If you plan to provide alcohol at your wedding and you're going to be stocking your own bar, make sure you avoid the big mistakes. Your alcohol choices can make or break your wedding reception, especially if mistakes are involved. Here are some simple tips that will help you avoid issues with your wedding alcohol. Have a Clear Calculation When it comes to planning the alcohol for your wedding, start with a clear calculation.