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Ask a New York history buff about Dorothy Parker or Chief Gowanus and you might hear a discourse on the legendary writer and wit

In the past few years, Denver -- joined by its deluxe alter ego, Boulder, Colorado -- has been at or near the top of

The American craft spirits movement is putting the juniper berry in its place as new distilleries reimagine gin as a stand-alone sipper. Thirteen award-winning

If you want to order a gin and tonic in Spain, first drop the "and" from the drink's name (it's known simply as a

I've always felt that the best wine experiences can be divided into two categories: immersion and transportation. The former is a sip of Pinot in

It's 1715 and gin is in! Genever, anglicized from the Dutch as "gin," was introduced to the British in 1688 by William the III