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Fine Beverage Roundup: Week of November 15th-19th

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In addition to all the fine beverage news we posted on our blog this week, several other noteworthy things happened over the past few days. We have summarized them into a weekly roundup:

  • FDA Warning Letters Issues To Four Makers Of Caffeinated Alcoholic BeveragesFour Loko

    “The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today warned four companies that the caffeine added to their malt alcoholic beverages is an “unsafe food additive” and said that further action, including seizure of their products, is possible under federal law.”
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  • Without Further Ado: Sacre Bleu
    Amy of Another Wine Blog takes you behind the scenes of Sacre Bleu Wine to show you who they are, what they’re doing, and how they’re doing it.
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  • Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales 2011 Release Schedule
    Are you interested in the amazing beers of Jolly Pumpkin and what’s coming out this next year and when? Then look no further!
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  • Tales of the Cocktail Vancouver
    “For the first time, Tales is taking its show on the road with Tales of the Cocktail on Tour. This first mini-festival will be held in Vancouver, March 13-15, 2011, and will feature a series of parties and seminars designed to give cocktail lovers a taste of what’s in store at Tales of the Cocktail 2011.”
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  • Happy Birthday Boulevard: Brewery Turns 21
    “I remember loading a keg of beer in the back of our pickup, and we were heading down to Ponak’s. I remember I went in, and they said, ‘no, you need to wait for another keg to run out.’ Then the owner said, ‘wait, is this the first keg?’ And I said, ‘yeah,’ and they said, ‘Ok, we’ll do it!’” McDonald said.
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  • Champagne, Parmigiano Reggiano, Prosciutto di Parma…and Now Russian Vodka
    “NEW YORK, Nov. 15, 2010 — In keeping with other quality, location-centric food and drink products, Russian vodka now has its own designation signifying its authenticity. The Russian Federation has ruled that to be labeled a Russian vodka, all ingredients must be grown, distilled, and bottled in Russia. Russian Standard Vodka, the number one premium vodka in Russia, is proud to be one of the first vodkas to be awarded this distinction. Beginning November, all Russian Standard Vodka bottles in the U.S. will display a special label with a unique number declaring its 100% Russian provenance.”

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