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Question Of The Week

Q. Bryan L. from Syracuse, NY asks….What are the parameters for beer drinking on the 4th of July? Thanks, I love the site.

A. Great question Bryan. Rule #1 and the only rule is you must drink American beer. Drinking beer from any country we have been to war with is a big no-no. So no German, Mexican, Japanese, Korean, etc beers. Furthermore, drinking a British beer will get you charged with high treason! Bonus points for drinking Sam Adams or any can beer with the RED! WHITE! & BLUE! i.e. PBR, and Bud. Finally we at Drinkingweather.com, in true American spirit, support all homegrown craft beers that have been made by taking a dream adding what we call a little hard work and producing fermented goodness for all to enjoy. Drink your beer and light your fireworks responsibly.  Thank you and God Bless America!

Passover

Passover doesn’t mean you have to take a pass when it comes to having a nice strong drink. While drinking during this Holy Holiday, the normal beverage of choice is a Manischewitz wine. Choices are limited due to strict dietary traditions that do not allow the consumption of any food or beverages made from one of the following five grains: wheat, barely, oat, spelt, or rye. Products from these grains are considered chametz or leavened food. However alcoholic beverages made from yeast produced from grapes or its sugars are not only Kosher but Passover approved as long as the process of its creation has been monitored by a Rabbi to make sure no ingredients added are among the five grains mentioned above. (more…)

March Madness

“When March comes in like a lion, it goes out like a lamb.”-  This is certainly true for many of us around the United States with temperature records being set daily.  This signifies the beginning of Spring and flowers, sun and longer days are not the only welcomed changes  Spring opens up outdoor bars and a whole new world of drink choices.

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St. Patrick’s Day Parades & Festivals!

One of the holiest drinking holidays of the year is upon us!  March 17th Provides us with a grand holiday.  Please be mindful and choose your drinks with respect to the awesome Saint Patrick, in other words keep it Irish! Green Budweiser does not count. Grab an Irish whiskey, Jameson is our favorite, or savior one of the many Irish beers: Guinness, Murphy’s Stout, or Smithwick’s. If its an usual St. Patty’s day feel free to enjoy an ice cold Magner’s Apple Cider. Don’t know where to go to celebrate here are some ideas in a city near you: (more…)

DrinkingWeather.com Spring Break Edition

Here at DrinkingWeather.com we like to drink for all occasions and none may be bigger than Spring Break. The destination of your Spring Break will determine the drinks we recommend. Here are some examples to help you choose the proper libation during this most important get-a-way from “life”: (more…)