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  • The Spirits of New Jersey

    The Spirits of New Jersey

    New Jersey is experiencing a boom in the craft distillery business, with artisan distilleries turning out vodkas, bourbons, rums and moonshine at a record pace. This boost comes after a law passed in 2013 that lowered the cost of an artisan distiller permit from $12,500 per year to $938 per year for up to 20,000 gallons or about 640 barrels. This significant drop in price has allowed craft distilleries to pop up all over the state from Camden (Cooper River Distillers) to Fairfield (Claremont Distillery) and join the small batch producers of Jersey-made wine and beer in making a name for themselves in the spirits market. ...

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  • Atlantic City, Delivery, Free, Wine
  • Wine Buying Made Easy with the $99 Case

    Wine Buying Made Easy with the $99 Case

    When you love wine, it disappears quickly, especially when friends and family are involved. Restocking the wine rack with a variety of wines can be time consuming and expensive. As a result, we've come up with the $99 Case (or "The Magic Case" as some customers have come to call it) that features 12 different wines that we know and love, put together for you at a huge discount. As wine buyers, we taste a lot of wine (a major perk of the job) and the $99 case is our way of showcasing some of the amazing wines that we taste,...

    • Written by: Adam Sternberger

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  • cheese, The Market
  • Shopping for cheese

    Shopping for cheese

    The world of cheese, much like the world of wine, can be intimidating if you're unfamiliar with the territory. But the great thing about cheese is, at any reputable cheese shop you'll be able to sample most cheeses before you buy, giving you the opportunity to try new curds, on which you might not otherwise splurge. Another benefit to shopping at a cheese counter is that you can have a piece custom cut to however much or little you'd like, as opposed to having to buy a certain amount of the prepackaged variety. Most cheeses can typically be categorized by...

    • Written by: Elizabeth McCabe

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  • wine
  • For Ercole, with love

    For Ercole, with love
    This video looks at the two great new wines from the Piedmont Guy from Italy.

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  • beer, craft beer
  • The Great Pumpkin Race!

    The Great Pumpkin Race!

    We know, we know... you're still trying to hold on to those last few summer beach days and you're being bombarded by pumpkin-spice lattes and Halloween decorations. While we're not fans of pumpkin spice and everything nice emerging well ahead of the unofficial start of fall, we can make an exception for pumpkin beers, one of the hottest beer categories in the craft movement. The majority of pumpkin beers are released to stores during the last week of August, which means in order to get it brewed, bottled, and shipped to your favorite store, it was made sometime in the...

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