Mutineer Magazine Issue 6 has hit the presses and will be available to purchase at a major bookstore near you the first week of June.
Cover Story – Absinthe Spectacular Spectacular
This massive story on absinthe is spectacular indeed. We got the Wormwood Society involved to get the gospel on all things absinthe, including enjoyment, culture, history, and which absinthes you absolutely need to try.
Fine Beverage Profile: Mutineer Meets It’s Maker
Things got crazy when the Mutiny spread to Kentucky for the Thoroughbreds and Redheads Weekend. Mutineer contributor Hunter Lea tells his tale of international rivalries, karmic judgment, and legendary Maker’s Mark Bourbon. This is a new feature for us, and we plan on featuring a different iconic fine beverage company in each issue.
The Mutineer Interview: Maximilian Riedel
We went big time yet again with the Mutineer Interview, with Riedel’s Maximilian Riedel talking to us about everything from how living in America has changed his approach to glass design to his favorite mountain in the world to ski. We are pumped about this.
A Blueprint For Wine: Napa Valley Architecture
Regular Mutineer Contributor Shelley Flanders takes you on a journey to some of Napa Valley’s most beautiful wines. With stops at the “inverted jewel box” Opus One to the pillars and columns of Darioush and a special preview of the hospitality center at Hall St. Helena that is being designed by legendary architect Frank Gehry.
Fine beverage is a relative term, and for the children served by water relief organization “A Child’s Right”, fine beverage is simply clean drinking water as a means of survival. With behind the scenes photos and an interview with ACR Executive Director Eric Stowe, this article changes the way you think about water.
Beer Wars: A Cinematic Dialogue on Beer
Mutineer Contributor Amy T. Granite explores Anat Baron’s controversial new film, Beer Wars, which contrasts the craft beer industry from the big beer industry. Craft Beer’s biggest stars came out in support of this film, which brings a lot of ideas out in the open to be considered.
Craft Distilleries of the Pacific Northwest
Regular Mutineer Contributor Erin Jimcosky has become a consistent voice at Mutineer Magazine, with this being her second article and her showing no signs of slowing down. In this issue, Jimcosky explores the exploding craft distillery scene of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho and provides some killer cocktail recipes to make with these inspired spirits. For more from Jimcosky, check out her blog, The Endive Chronicles.
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