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Mutineer Magazine on Showtime’s “The Big C”


Mutineer Magazine on "The Big C"

This is what I’m talkin’ about. Mutineer Magazine has permeated the very fabric of the modern American experience, available not only in bookstores, fine beverage establishments, and on millennial hipster coffee tables, but also in your local faux oncology clinic, as seen here in a recent episode of “The Big C” on Showtime. I’ve never seen the show as I only watch Three Sheets and apocalyptic documentaries, so I must rely on my fellow fine beverage patriots to be on the lookout for stuff like this. Huge props to Mutineers Stephanie and Gretchen on Facebook for bringing this to our attention and RichardPF on Twitter.

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Plumbline Studios Takes Mutineer Magazine’s Ads to New Level


Plumbline Studios Mutineer Magazine Ads

Mutineer Magazine’s creative agency, Plumbline Studios, is beyond awesome with the house and subscription ads they create for us. We’ve given Plumbline free-reign to create whatever they like as long as it revolves around beverage and they have knocked it out of the park with multiple award winning advertisements created exclusively for Mutineer by way of original illustrations to custom tattoo art to photography. Their work is insane and we are so humbled to have them on this epic fine beverage journey with us and having just seen the ad for our July/August issue of Mutineer, it is just as mind blowing as the rest. Best of all, the folks at Plumbline are just as passionate about beverage as we are, which is evident in their work for us and Robert, Design Director for Plumbline, goes on to say “I love beer. What would you do for someone you love if they said, “whatever you want to do this weekend, is fine with me.”? With no restraints and a proverbial empty bar seat available, that’s what working on this campaign for Mutineer has felt like. Did I mention I love beer?”

If you nerd it up on Twitter, they are definitely #FollowFriday worthy from us at @PlumblineStudio or find them on Facebook.

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Mutineer Magazine Issue 17 Preview


Mutineer Magzine Issue 17

Mutineer Interview: Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson

Mutineer Editor in Chief and Sommelier Alan Kropf sits down with Master Sommelier, author and James Beard Award winner Andrea Robinson to discuss wine, culinary school, popcorn wine pairings and her signature stemware line.

Moonshine: Spirit of the South

From Junior Johnson to Popcorn Sutton, Mutineer Chris D’Amico takes you deep into the world of prohibition, moonshine running and NASCAR and gives you a glimpse of the modern moonshine revival.

Doi Chaang Coffee: The Elephant in the Roast

An incredible story of northern Thailand’s Doi Chaang Coffee Company and their efforts to produce world class coffee and to more than fairly compensate the producers and workers. Meet the Akha hill tribe families and Wicha Promyong, a former entrepreneur from southern Thailand who “adopted ” the Akha hill tribe families in the Chiang Rai region and helped them organize, improve, and market their coffee.

Absinthe Visions: The Photography of Damian Hevia – Inspired by the World of Absinthe

Follow Damian Hevia, photographer extraordinaire, as he shares with you his incredible original photos of how he sees absinthe and with his gifted “through the lens” photographic style of approach. No photoshop here!

Cooking With Tequila

Mutineer Food Editor Erin Jimcosky has done it again, this time with tequila! Watermelon lime salad, tequila spiked prawn coctel, and more … all made with tequila. Perfect dishes you won’t want to miss and just in time for the start of summer.

The May/June issue also includes:
Civilization and Its Discontents: Counter Insurgency
The Plaid Avenger: Scotland
What People Drink: Geoff Tate, Frontman of Band Queensryche
What People Drink: Jeremy Cowen, Founder of Shmaltz Brewing Co.
Wine Steals: Sauvignon Blanc
Behind The Bottle: Stockholm Syndrome
Beer Styles: Trappist Beers
Classic Cocktails: The Singapore Sling
Left Coast Libations: Los Angeles
Sake Renegade, Pecorino Cheese, The Adventure of Lewis and Cork, and much, much, more…

Subscribe today for only $14.99 for a full year to make sure you don’t miss out.

ROSÉ Avengers & Producers Join Forces With Mutineer Magazine In Support of “a child’s right” Clean Water Crusaders Campaign

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Wineries that Raise $500.00 or More Earn Complimentary Advertising in Mutineer, with Top 3 Campaigners Making the September/October Cover

RAP Announces Line Up of International Rosé Producers, Including One of the World’s Most Exclusive Rosés

Clean Water Crusaders

(Santa Rosa, CA, April 5th 2011)Rosé Avengers & Producers (RAP) announced today that it is partnering with Mutineer Magazine to help raise funds for its Clean Water Crusader campaign in support of A Child’s Right. A Child’s Right is a nonprofit relief organization that provides clean drinking water for children living in orphanages and street shelters as well as those attending schools and visiting children’s hospitals in impoverished urban and semi-urban areas in underdeveloped countries. To learn more about the campaign, visit Mutineer Magazine.

“We developed our Clean Water Crusader campaign to be a simple win-win proposition,” said Alan Kropf, editor-in-chief of Mutineer. “Beverage companies that raise and donate at least $500.00 directly to A Child’s Right will have its product or logo featured in our fall water relief-themed issue. We’ll also tweet out an interesting water-themed fact out to our Twitter followers on behalf of each company. The top 3 fundraisers make the cover.”

Creative Furnace, producers of Pink Out! SF, is supporting the project with a public relations awareness campaign and fundraising efforts at RAP’s 7th annual rosé celebration on Tuesday, May 10th 2011 hosted by Chef Lam of Butterfly Restaurant at Pier 33 on The Embarcadero in San Francisco. The Flamingo Conference Resort & Spa in Sonoma County, California is sponsoring the fundraising effort by providing a two night wine country weekend getaway in a poolside suite with breakfast buffet and health club admission for two as the evening’s raffle grand prize.

RAP also announced the line up of stellar international rosé producers for 2011, which features an extensive walk-around tasting of 40-plus classic still and sparkling rosés, DJ grooves, and Chef Lam’s rosé-inspired Pan-Pacific appetizers from sustainably and organically sourced ingredients. The event’s TasteLive broadcast, sponsored by CellarPass, features Gloria Ferrer Brut Rosé, Robert Oatley Sangiovese Rosé, and one of the world’s most exclusive rosés, Chateau d’Esclans “Garrus.” Consumer tickets are $35.00 advance and $45 at door if available. Complete details, trade/media registration, and tickets are available at RapWine.com.

2011 Wineries to Date
AIX – Provence, Amorosa Bella, Azurwines, Bugay Wines, Château Beaulieu, Chateau d’Esclans, Château de Brigue, Clos Saron, Cornerstone Cellars, Dacalier Wine Co., Dashe Cellars, Dunstan Wines, Freixenet, Gassier, Gloria Ferrer, Gridley Family Cellars, Isabel Mondavi, Kelley & Young Wines, Kristine Ashe Vineyards, Lorenza Rosé, Midsummer Cellars, Muscardini Cellars, Pedroncelli Winery, Pisoni Vineyards & Winery, Robert Oatley, Segura Viudas, Six Sigma Ranch, Tablas Creek, Urban Legend Cellars

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Become a Clean Water Crusader


Clean Water Crusaders

Mutineer Magazine’s Mutinous Water Relief Expedition to Kathmandu, Nepal in support of A Child’s Right and global water relief is approaching fast and Mutineer couldn’t be any more excited. What will Mutineer Magazine be doing? Mutineer will be leading a fine beverage expedition and purchasing and installing 5 water filtration systems, enough to provide clean water to 25,000 at-risk children for 10 years. Pretty epic.

The first two stages of our plan have been implemented by way of the Mutineer Magazine Blue Carpet Fundraiser Dinner for Water Relief held at Jordan Winery in Healdsburg, CA and with the Mutineer Magazine Holiday Comedy Festival held at Jacuzzi Family Vineyards in Sonoma, CA this last December. This brings us to something we’re super excited about, Clean Water Crusaders.

Are you a beverage producer looking for some exposure? Are you looking to further your philanthropic efforts? What if you could get your product featured in Mutineer Magazine and all while making a tax deductible charitable contribution directly to 501(c)(3) A Child’s Right? This is your chance. Beverage producers who raise or donate $500 will have their product professionally photographed and featured in Mutineer Magazine as seen in the image above. For the three producers who raise or donate the most, their product will be featured on the cover of the nationally distributed Mutineer Magazine for the entire nation to see.

Here’s how it works:

  • Your company raises at least $500 by August 27, 2011 to benefit water relief in Nepal, with all funds paid directly to 501(c)(3) non-profit organization A Child’s Right.
  • Your fine beverage company sends Mutineer Magazine your logo or a bottle of your beverage to be photographed.
  • A photograph of your company’s product or logo will be featured in the November/December water relief-themed issue of Mutineer Magazine with an interesting water-themed fact that will also be tweeted by @MutineerMag on behalf of your company.

And again, the top three fundraisers will be featured on the cover of the September/October issue of Mutineer Magazine.

For more information, visit our Clean Water Crusaders page or email Jeff Dorenbush.

Are you a consumer and you know of a beverage company that would be perfect for this? Let them know!

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Mutineer Magazine Issue 16 Preview


Mutineer Issue #16 Cover

April 22nd is Earth Day and it’s a well-known fact that Mutineers love the planet Earth, clean water, clean habitats and environments to grow the ingredients for our beverages and for happy animals to frolic. Mutineers love the Earth so much that we have dedicated an entire issue to Earth Day with sustainability being the common theme throughout the magazine. With that said, we proudly present to you Issue #16 of Mutineer Magazine.

Mutineer Interview: Kim Jordan of New Belgium Brewing

The Mutineers paid a visit to New Belgium Brewing on the eve of their 20th anniversary to speak with CEO Kim Jordan about their history, their beer, and their extraordinary efforts for a sustainable brewery.

Bordeaux: Le Wine Buff Odyssey

Mutineer Alan Kropf travels to Bordeaux, France with Le Wine Buffs, Bordeaux’s wine ambassadors of the future recruited by the Bordeaux wine industry to connect with the younger generation of wine drinkers. Meet the Buffs and follow them on their adventure in beautiful Bordeaux.

Drink Green: Sustainability & Fine Beverage

Sustainability Certifications, Six Sigma wine, Organic Liqueurs, Frey Vineyards, Kegged Wine, Canned Beer, etc. Everything you need to know about the steps beverage producers are taking to minimize and offset their effects on mother nature.

Cooking With Guinness

Mutineer Food Editor Erin Jimcosky shares three awesome recipes using Guinness beer and just in time for Saint Patrick’s Day, as well as tips by The Homebrew Chef Sean Z. Paxton on how to cook with stout beer.

The March/April issue also includes:
Civilization and Its Discontents: In Defense of the Angry Drunk
The Plaid Avenger: Sri Lanka
What People Drink: Ben Gleib
What People Drink: Martin Miller
Wine Steals: Riesling
Behind The Glass: Impotent in Potenza
Beer Styles: Organic Beers
Classic Cocktails: The Grasshopper
Left Coast Libations: Portland
Mutineer Library, The Adventures of Georges and Anja, 6 Tips for “Greener” Coffee, , and much, much, more…

Mutineer Magazine Issue 15 Preview


Issue 15 Preview

A new year is here and with it brings another full year of Mutineer Magazine for you to enjoy. Within its pages is everything you need to keep 2011 Mutinous and fine beverage fueled at the highest level. Issue #15 will be out around the first week of January 2011 and here is what you can expect.

Special Report: Mutineer Magazine Blue Carpet Dinner for Water Relief

Mutineer held their charity gala in support of global water relief through A Child’s Right atJordan Vineyard and Winery December 10, 2010. It was a great night for a great cause and for those that didn’t make it, we’ve brought the pictures to you.

Special Report: The Mutineer Magazine Holiday Comedy Festival

An amazing night at Jacuzzi Family Vineyards in Sonoma County, the Mutineer Magazine Holiday Comedy Festival brought great laughs, delicious fine beverages, world class comedians, even “The Most Interesting Man in the World” Jonathan Goldsmith, all in support of global water relief.

What People Drink: Chicago

The Mutineers made a surprise visit to Chicago and sat dow to speak with some of the biggest fine beverage players in the Chicago scene, to include Master Sommelier Alpana Singh, Adam Seger, Bradley Bolt, and Charles Joly. See the full post »

268 Days on the Road: Alan’s 2010 Mutinous Scrapbook


2010 was crazy. It’s all quite a blur to be honest. Here are some glimpses into the madness. Bring on 2011!


JANUARY. I started 2010 in the Mutineer RV, which offered velvet ceilings and ultimate mobility.


MARCH. Mutineer Photog Ian and myself with Jonathan Goldsmith. Photo shoot alpha. The adventure begins!

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