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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Session Beers: Drinkable, Flavorful and Less Alcohol

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

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Japanese Whisky Pioneer: Nikka

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!

Category: Cocktails

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