Category Archives: Firewater

Redbreast 12 Year Old, Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey

Redbreast 12 Year Old, Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey The good tides are returning. By Sunday they will arrive, and if the winds cooperate and the storms stay silent, it will be again time to stalk the flats for “tailing” … Continue reading

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The San Juan Worm

The San Juan Worm: The San Juan Worm may qualify as the Rodney Dangerfield of the fly world. Believe me, its gives some serious anglers the heebie-jeebies. They love to hate it. Wouldn’t be caught dead with one in their … Continue reading

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Craft Beers are King

Craft Beers are King    Have you noticed? Beer lovers are grinning. Smiling, laughing, raising a pint? They couldn’t be happier. And who can blame them? Beer is enjoying a major renaissance. And craft-breweries are the driving force behind it … Continue reading

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The Tart Cherry Juice Martini

If you’re into healthy living, you have heard all about tart cherry juice. It’s the latest elixir. Touted as the most powerful antioxidant known to Homo sapiens, it is capable of aligning karma with dharma, kills free radicals (except Al-Qaeda), resolves … Continue reading

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