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By Debbe Daley Remodeling a kitchen is intimidating to most homeowners. From cabinetry to appliances to surfaces to floors to furniture, dollar signs pop up everywhere.   Read More >>
 
I've only ever reviewed one other traditional gueuze before (Lindemans Cuvée Rene), so I finally got around to picking another bottle of St. Louis Oude Gueuze since it's one of the best easy-to-find options that's also affordable.   Read More >>
 
LOWELL -- The local farming nonprofit Mill City Grows will keep on growing into the cold months, after securing a $100,000 grant from the U.   Read More >>
 
There's a reason why Michael David Winery is capturing America's attention. The wines are flavorful and fun. Wines are meant to be flavorful, but fun too? While marketing has a lot to do with it, the personality of the winemaker contributes to what's in the bottle in subtle ways.   Read More >>
 
I visited the Charles Smith wine-tasting room in Walla Walla, Wash., in June and found it quite fascinating. A former top European rock band promoter, Smith grew up in California and returned to the Puget Sound area in 1999.   Read More >>
 
Managed to snag a new Evil Twin beer from Craft Beer Cellar in Westford and bring it back for review! This time, I'm not giving up quite yet on the dream of Summer despite how my past few reviews have made it sound.   Read More >>
 
LOWELL -- The Lowell Humane Society will hold "Come. Sip. Stay! Be A Hero," a wine and beer tasting, at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 17, at The Onyx Room at Western Avenue Studios. The event will also feature light snacks and a silent auction.   Read More >>
 
I don't know how the Messinas, Tina and Sam, do it, but the Wine Connextion in North Andover recently scored a big shipment of Drew Bledsoe's highly-rated 2011 Doubleback Cabernet Sauvignon from Walla Walla, Wash.   Read More >>
 
On our two-day trip to Vermont a few months ago, Ashley and I stopped at the breweries for Lost Nation, Hill Farmstead and Rock Art in addition to the Trapp Family Lodge (aka the family known for being the focus of the fictional plot line of The Sound of Music) and an awesome day hike to Sterling Pond (somewhat close to Smugglers' Notch) and several amazing eateries/bars near our lodging.   Read More >>
 
I've been on a dark beer kick lately on Original Gravity, so I'm continuing that with a review for a new Stone collaboration. Though I'm sure many people find some of Stone's collaborative offerings a bit too numerous, bizarre, gimmicky, shark-jumping or perhaps all of the above, I think they're typically pretty great.   Read More >>
 
 

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