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Clubs of America | Aug 26, 2016

Most terms used in discussions of wine tasting are self-explanatory, but some are down-right confounding.

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Clubs of America | Aug 24, 2016

• In 1862, Union soldiers Private Barton W. Mitchell and Sergeant John M. Bloss found a piece of paper wrapped around three cigars at a campsite outside Frederick, Maryland.

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Clubs of America | Aug 22, 2016

A little tired of the same old dogs and burgers on the grill? Ready for a change-up? One of the must-have grillin’ gadgets is a grill-top pizza stone.

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Clubs of America | Aug 17, 2016

A brewing company founded in 2003 and opened in 2005, it is Mississippi’s first package brewery since Prohibition.

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Clubs of America | Aug 15, 2016

Bent River Brewing was conceived by Tim Koster early in 1993. Three years later, the Bent River bar opened to the public, but lacked brewing equipment.

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Clubs of America | Aug 12, 2016

When you talk of beer, you’re really speaking about barley soup that’s been allowed to ferment.

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Clubs of America | Aug 10, 2016

We’re pulling out all the stops this month in an effort to wake up your taste buds! With these specially made chocolate treats featuring some of America’s favorite fruit flavors, you&#8217…

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Clubs of America | Aug 08, 2016

Our selection this month comes from the very warm, humid Atlantic Plains of Costa Rica in Central America.  Bordered by Panama to the South and Nicaragua to the North, Costa Rica has only 0.

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Clubs of America | Aug 04, 2016

COLOMBIAN — FULL CITY ROAST — Colombian coffee, mainly the Caturra and Castillo varieties, is often regarded as some of the highest quality coffee worldwide.

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Clubs of America | Aug 02, 2016

PLUOTS — Part plum and part apricot, Pluots have a truly mixed heritage! These fruits were originally “invented” in the late 20th century by Floyd Zaiger, and today thrive in Washington …

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