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Maker’s 46 Old Fashioned

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I‘m an old fashioned guy. I love the cocktail and if I’m out with my better half this is my favorite cocktail to sip on. If you enjoy the this classic southern drink than you need to start having it made with Maker’s Mark 46.  Continue reading

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Sazerac, ever heard of it?

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    The quintessential southern cocktail is still a mystery to most of the public these days. However if you consider yourself to be a bourbon or rye whiskey drinker, this cocktail needs to be in your repertoire.  Continue reading

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Great Barbershop in Philly?

            I‘ve been in the City of Brotherly Love for about a year now and one thing no one tells you once you move to this neck of the woods is where to get a great hair cut. Like most guys I went to Supercuts for the majority of my stay here, and at times…it was brutal. One day while walking home from work I stumbled upon Blokes Barbershop and from now on I’ll have no other human messing with my head. Seriously, these guys are good. Oh and you are greeted with cold beer as you walk up to the receptionist. o

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Evil Genius, The Takeover

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It’s not too often a small town local brewery can come in and completely take over the scene, but that is exactly what Evil Genius has done to the East Coast landscape. Luke Bowen and Trevor Hayward were sitting in class at Villanova when they said forget this, lets make beer. They hooked up with the Thomas Hooker Brewing Company and Evil Genius was born. Their styles range anywhere from a pineapple hefeweizen to a vanilla infused Belgian-style Dubbel ale. Yeah these guys are legit.  Continue reading

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Carlos Correa our new Alex Rodriguez?

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Flash back to 1995 if you will. We had finally gotten baseball back, the infamous strike was over, and there were new rules in baseball with the wildcard being born. Every kid playing little league wanted to wear their hats backwards because The Kid Ken Griffey Jr. had placed the Seattle Mariners on the map. I can personally remember being ecstatic because I had gotten lucky and opened a pack of Topps baseball cards and BOOM there was Griffey’s rookie card. You remember the one, blue mariners hat with the bright yellow S on the front. Continue reading

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