Tag Archives: Midwestern United States

• Supermarket Wine: It’s Come a Long Way, Baby

Supermarket Wine: It’s Come a Long Way, Baby

SIBLINGS COMMONLY hold differing views, and my sister Arian and I are no exception to this particular rule. But we are probably furthest apart when it comes to the way we shop for wine. While I buy mainly from small- and medium-size wine merchants in New York and New Jersey, Arian, a resident of suburban […]

• Bad Barley Crop Probably Won’t Affect 2015 Beer Prices. Phew.

Bad Barley Crop Probably Won’t Affect 2015 Beer Prices. Phew.

Problems with the 2014 malt barley crop in the western United States have resulted in the worst year for malting production in the nation, but beer drinkers likely won’t have to shell out an extra couple dollars for their favorite brews. Much of the nation’s large-scale brewing is done in the Midwest, says Collin Watters […]

• New Trade Show for Eastern Wineries in 2012

New Trade Show for Eastern Wineries in 2012

Eastern Winery Exposition to debut in March 2012 in Pennsylvania. January through April tends to be the quiet season in North American vineyards, which is why it’s become the go-to season for conventions, seminars, trade shows and state meetings for the grape and wine industry. For decades, it’s been kicked off by the massive Unified […]

• New Artisanally Crafted Moon Mountain Organic Vodka

New Artisanally Crafted Moon Mountain Organic Vodka

The best things in life are crafted, not made. Moon Mountain Vodka is the liquid embodiment of that belief. The new, artisanally crafted, USDA Certified Organic vodka is produced in the Midwest and made from only organic ingredients. Moon Mountain Vodka is triple distilled in small batches ensuring a unique character and superior quality. The […]