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beer
beer

A Brewery Made a Pink-Bottled 'Beer for Her' and People Aren't Happy

Aurosa might be doomed for the scrap heap of terrible ideas, but imagine how pretty those bottles will look in the trash.
Jelisa Castrodale
7.15.17
cuba
cuba

The Cuban Government Tried to Use Rum to Pay a $276 Million Debt

Rum was just one of the commodities that Cuba has offered to the Czechs.
Jelisa Castrodale
12.17.16
Cheese
Cheese

A Journey to the Little Czech Town Made of Stinky Cheese

The town of Loštice, Czech Republic, is famous for its tvarůžek, a soft yellow beer cheese with a distinctively pungent aroma, where it's incorporated into everything from panini to ice cream.
Morgan Childs
9.28.16
Booze
Booze

In Prague, Better Alcohol Means Better Absinthe

Prague is lousy with tourists shops offering artificially colored and flavored "Czech-style absinthes,” but a small group of absinthe enthusiasts is leading the charge to bring fine cocktails and spirits to the city.
Morgan Childs
7.28.16
Bohemia
Bohemia

The MUNCHIES Guide to Bohemia: Beer Makes Beautiful Bodies

We head to the birthplace of pilsner beer and tour a legendary Czech brewery to see how it's properly done, including insight from a "beer philosopher."
Hannah Saleh
12.24.15
liquor
liquor

Becherovka Is Better Than Cough Syrup

With its origins as a medicine, Becherovka is akin to Fernet, Unicum, Jägermeister, and Chartreuse. It’s herbal, it’s bitter, and it’s the antithesis of everything that’s pleasant and enjoyable, but some people manage to love it.
Florian Pinel
2.16.15