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No. 30: March/April 2011

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    Features

    100 Best Places to Drink in the South

    Your ultimate guide to the best of southern drinks, from Virginia to East Texas.

    Spirit of the South

    In Kentucky’s bourbon country, the history of American whiskey flows deep.

    Declaration of Vindependence

    Virginia wine has come a long way since Thomas Jefferson’s viticultural experiments at Monticello. Read More »

    Pop Culture

    Southern sodas are fiercely local, uniquely delicious and undeniably cool.

    Departments

    Uncorked

    A small-batch gin with a southern twist, where to find a perfect Mint Julep, and John T. Edge on eating and drinking his way through the South.

    Dr. Cocktail

    The story of a daring southern spectacle.

    Distilled

    Ever wondered about the truth behind Hirsch whiskey’s vanishing act? Curious about the best way to brew chicory coffee? We’ve got answers.

    Taste-Test

    Old-fashioned rye whiskey captures contemporary tastes.

    Gear

    Koozies that’ll keep your drinks cool and your hands dry.

    Elements

    Iced tea cocktails are brewing up a storm. Read More »

    Characters

    Sergio Ribenboim has built a world of beer in the heart of bourbon country.

    Mix It Up

    Spruce up your next Bloody Mary with a garnish of homemade pickled okra.

    Cravings

    A soulful chowder sings with a trifecta of southern flavors.

    Quench

    A southern writer goes in search of a drink to call his own. Read More »

    Recipes

    Cocktails

    Hibiscus 75, Dandelion Wine, Dandelion Wine Cobbler, The Long Stem Rose, The Sevillian, Titipu Pick, Smitty’s Grande Tea, Daisy if You Do, Dogwood Tonic, 15th State Cocktail, The Copper Lantern, Cheerwine Cocktail #1, The Carlton, Strange Acquaintance, Cajun Bloody Mary

    Cravings

    Spicy Pickled Okra, Memphis Country Ham and Corn Chowder

    How-to

    Spicy Pickled Okra Read More »

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