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Get the inside scoop with The Creative Cocktail.

Recipes, tips, special events and more from the WB Liquors team.

Get the inside scoop with The Creative Cocktail.


Recipes, tips, special events and more from the WB Liquors team.





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Food & Beer

Did you know that beer is just as food-friendly as wine is? Explore different beer and food pairings and give your party guests more to enjoy. Whether you are trying to compliment an appetizer or contrast an entree, this chart from Thunder Canyon Brewery will make your beer and food pairing selections a lot easier….

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Categories: Beer
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Things Craft Beer Drinkers Say

Everyone probably has that one friend who is a craft beer lover, or perhaps you are that one friend. Does this look familiar? If Friday nights with your group of friends consist of beer tasting parties and having conversations about what’s in your cellar, chances are you and your friends are craft beer snobs. Don’t…

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Categories: Beer
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Types Of Spirit

American Whiskey Scotch Whisky Irish Whiskey Canadian Whisky Vodka Rum Tequila Gin American Whiskey Bourbon For an American whiskey to be labeled as Bourbon it must meet the following requirements: Made from a mash containing between 51% and 79% corn Distilled at 160 proof (80% alcohol) or less Aged a minimum of two years in…

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Categories: Spirits
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​Wine & Cheese Pairings

Wine and cheese may be one of the longest lasting, famous relationships EVER! Who cares about Brangelina or Kimye?!? We love keeping up-to-date on gossip about our favorite celebrity couple, Weese. That’s right, Wine and Cheese! Here are some pointers from Gallo Wine Academy for when you are creating your own dynamite duo at home. These…

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Categories: Wine
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Brewing

As you sip on your favorite beer, do you ever wonder how it’s made? All beer, including lager and ale, is brewed using the same formula. The first step in the brewing process is called malting. The grains, which are usually barley, wheat or rye, go through a germination process to isolate the enzymes needed…

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Categories: Beer