Shmaltz Brewing Company’s Hanukkah beers make refreshing gifts.
With the instruction to drink until you don’t know the difference between the good Mordechi and the evil Haman, you have Jewish tradition egging on indulgence.
Pick your poison, and bottoms up.
As part of her exploration of the wide world of Jewish breakfast, Leah Koenig introduces a Russian breakfast beverage that’s captured her imagination since childhood.
For a Lithuanian-Jewish family in Brooklyn, making small-batch American vodka is a family affair.
When Whisky Jewbilee changed its timing from winter to summer last year, our whisky correspondent was skeptical. But he found that there’s something to be said for summer sipping.
The oldest continually active Jewish congregation in the Americas? Hint: Check your margarita glass.
For his inaugural whisky column, Scotch connoisseur Dan Friedman pits smoky Lagavulin 16 against the newly available Monkey Shoulder.
An easy-to-make, festive and seasonal drink is just the ticket for ringing in the New Year in laid-back style.
For Molly Yeh, the arrival of winter is something to celebrate. She’s toasting the season with a warming cup of cocoa, made with coconut milk and a touch of honey.