Profile: Marysa Mitch
From The Alcohol Professor
Marysa Mitch is a freelance writer focusing on spirits, beer, and wine. She shares her love for all things food and drink related on her blog, limerence + liquor. You can also follow her on Twitter at @msmarysa.
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In recent years, the craft beer industry has been booming, and with that comes very flavorful, but very high alcohol by volume (ABV) brews. While most beers range in ABV from 5-7%, there are a number that reach into the teens. These beers may taste great, but have more than one pint at lunch and you are done for the day! However, there’s a trend happening within the industry that aims to change that – session beers.
Category: Craft Beer
Irish whiskey. Scotch. Bourbon. These spirits are well known around the world. But what about Japanese whisky? Japanese whisky, while not around as long as sake, still has a rich history in the Japanese spirits industry. That history begins with one man, Masataka Taketsuru. Find out more about this award winning whisky!