Being someone born and raised in a suburb of Milwaukee Wi believe me I have heard all the jokes imaginable about Wisconsin and drinking. But when you see these type of statistics there may in fact be some truth to it.
Applebee's is having a $1 margarita promotion all October. That's really cheap, considering margaritas are normally at least 5 dollars. Lauren and I both love margaritas, so we decided to try them for ourselves to see if they could be any good.
I had never experienced a chill disc before. I'm not saying there might not be a bar in the Twin Ports area that has them, I just had never seen one until we went to the Loggers Bar in St. Croix Falls, WI. Pretty darn awesome!
I've always wondered if I was drinking the right beer with the movie I was enjoying. Maybe I didn't like a movie because I was drinking the wrong beer. Jamie Oliver has attempted to match 3 movies with 3 beers, Grease, Back To The Future, and Jaws.
A few years ago I tried an old fashioned at the bar for the first time. It was an upscale place, and I felt funny ordering my normal diet coke and whiskey combo. I fell in love with the old fashioned right off the bat. And it's not because I watch mad men either, although that has begun a bit of a comeback in the classic cocktail.
Here's the problem... A lot of bartenders don't know how to make
A Tom and Jerry is a traditional Christmastime cocktail that a British journalist came up with in the 1820s. It is most commonly seen in Wisconsin and Minnesota and uses eggnog with brandy and rum added, it can be served hot (my choice), or cold.
I was at the Shack Liquor Store on my remote broadcast last Friday and something new caught my eye. It's called Bud Light Lime-A-Rita. It's basically a margarita in a can. It's a malt beverage designed to taste like a margarita. Could this possibly be the economic way to drink several margaritas?