Drinks

The modern Bloody Mary is a wonder to behold and a brunch favorite. Here’s what you will need to set up your very own Bloody Mary bar:

• Bloody Marys mix, homemade or premade.
• Olives
• Lemons
• Limes
• Pickles
• Hot Sauce
• Worcestershire sauce

Allie Turner, a manager at Rock Elm Tavern, offers up the perfect cocktail for fall. Its simplicity and underlying berry flavors are a great way to transition from the steamy months of summer to the cool and calm of autumn.

Modern Fashion
Servings: One

The warmth and humidity of August make it a great time to sit back and relax with a refreshing cocktail, and Brian Clark and Jackie Bauer at The Cellars in Plymouth have created a special drink for the end of the su

Summer has stretched out its limbs and settled into the Plymouth landscape—bringing with it bare feet, warm evenings and sizzling sidewalks, sometimes hot enough to fry an egg on. Summer also brings another delight for the senses—craft beers.

Looking for some local refreshing favorites? Haskells recommends a Fulton Standard Lager or Bent Paddle Golden IPA, two favorite summertime craft brews.

Here are three suggestions from Sid’s Discount Liquors, all with hints of fall flavor, that are great for this time of year.

If you’re looking for a way to spice things up this fall, try this cocktail suggestion by Tim Martin, wine manager at Sid’s Discount Liquor. It’s the perfect drink for a crisp, cool day.

Haskell’s John Slattery and Patrick Chapman recommend these drinks for September:
 
The Gardener Russian River Pinot Noir 
This wine has a fruity flavor and is aged in French Oak barrels for 10 months.
 

With the snow melting away and creeping toward jacket weather, we know that spring is almost here. Plymouth Liquor Barrel owner Jim Christensen recommends these two white wines for spring—they aren’t heavy on aromas and carry sweet fruit flavors.

Vinifera Wines and Ales is a popular stop for wine lovers, and owner and manager Christian Nesheim serves as a great source of information about the trends and options this spring season.

What trends in wine can we see this year?

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