GUIDE: National

Set the Bar High

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    Be Mixed

    Searching for all-natural, sugar-free alternatives to the vodka sodas of their past, Cristina Ros Blankfein and Jennifer Ross decided they’d be better off making their own. And these ladies have taken the hitches out of happy hour without spoiling the fun. READ REVIEW

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    Brooklyn Brew Shop

    Want to wow ’em at your Super Bowl party? Time Out New York says: “Unlike Internet-bought sets that come with unsightly faux-plastic beer barrels (not to mention corn-syrup sweetener), Brew Shop’s classy glass gets the job done without ruining your aesthetic." READ REVIEW

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    Clif Family Winery

    Good, well balanced wines at reasonable prices (especially for California), all backed up with a commitment to sustainable farming and the people who make it all happen. READ REVIEW

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    Cocktail Crate

    The last thing you want to be doing around Thanksgiving is is taking away from your valuable family and friends time to concoct cocktails. That’s where Cocktail Crate comes into the equation. READ REVIEW

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    Cocktail Town

    San Francisco's known from chic bars and louche lounges, so it’s no wonder the city was the inspiration for this one-stop online shop for the home bartender in all of us. READ REVIEW

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    Copper Pot & Wooden Spoon

    If it’s wrong to add booze into jams—or jam into your booze—then the artisan foods producers at Copper Pot and Wooden Spoon don’t want to be right. READ REVIEW

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    Elyse Winery

    Robert Parker says “This excellent winery continues to carve out a well-deserved reputation for its interesting red wine portfolio.” READ REVIEW

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    Jack Rudy Cocktail Co.

    For those of you who like to keep your bartending game on the level of the pros, it’s suddenly a whole lot easier, with the help of crafted mixers from the fine Southerners behind Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. READ REVIEW

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    Norm's Farms

    While most elderberry products you can find are from imported concentrates, these are the real deal, made from farm-fresh North American berries. READ REVIEW

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    Pink House Alchemy

    Out of the northwest corner of Arkansas comes this company of conjurers bent on bringing a touch of the divine to your world, blending flavors from select roots, fruits, herbs, barks, and botanicals into distinctive syrups, shrubs, and bitters. READ REVIEW


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