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Drinking With Intention: Part II

by Tashi Johns On this installment of “Drinking with Intention” we will explore our liquor aisles to find distilleries and businesses that are minority owned, or that have master distillers that fit the bill.  I decided to dive into all the amazing things that our local businesses are accomplishing first and then will take you […]

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A Wine Trip Through Spain

My name is TK Mehlhaff. I am WSET Level 2 Certified, I am a LGBTA+ member, proudly deaf, a cancer…

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Good Bacteria: The Real Heroes of Sour Beer

by Kayla For those of you who don’t know me, I am a woman of many hats at France 44.…

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It’s Cap Corse Time!

by Tom Schneideker Alright everyone, gather ’round: I need to introduce you to something very special to me. Its name…

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Getting to know (and love) German Wine

by Amy Waller If we’ve ever met online or irl, there’s a good chance I’ve chatted you up about German…

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Rodenbach Returns

Rodenbach has returned to the Twin Cities market after a near two-year absence. A brewer of benchmark-quality sour red ales,…

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Adding Voices to the Conversation: Small Efforts, Big Impact

by the France 44 staff Last week, Bill wrote a piece about the sexism that exists within the beer industry,…

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On Sexism, the Beer Industry, and Hard Truths: Notes from Bill’s Desk

by Bill A little over 2 weeks ago, a woman named Brienne Allen, who works at a brewery in Salem,…

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Drinking with a Purpose

by Tashi Johns | Welcome to my next installment of drinking with intention!  You might have seen my first blog…

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What Should Your Sauce Be Drinking?

A Culinary Take on “Cooking Wines” by Mike Schufman Google searches are like calculators. Using them in a pinch relieves…

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