Forsythia’s RBG&T toasts the famed Justice in a rosy Bluecoat cocktail

Its creator was watching the 'RGB' documentary and coming up with the drink menu for the Old City restaurant when the idea came to her.

Forsythia’s RBG&T toasts the famed Justice in a rosy Bluecoat cocktail

Its creator was watching the 'RGB' documentary and coming up with the drink menu for the Old City restaurant when the idea came to her.

Wine corks vs. screw caps: Which one is better?

While wine drinkers have largely accepted screw-cap closures on styles like rosés and unoaked whites, they remain illogically skeptical about reds.

Wine corks vs. screw caps: Which one is better?

While wine drinkers have largely accepted screw-cap closures on styles like rosés and unoaked whites, they remain illogically skeptical about reds.

The last stainless steel keg maker in the U.S. is in Pottstown, and it’s taking on the most American of beers in a fight to survive

A trade case may lead U.S. officials to protect one small Pennsylvania company over the objections of Budweiser.

The last stainless steel keg maker in the U.S. is in Pottstown, and it’s taking on the most American of beers in a fight to survive

A trade case may lead U.S. officials to protect one small Pennsylvania company over the objections of Budweiser.
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Try this South African sauvignon blanc blend, prime for cost-conscious shoppers

South Africa’s Western Cape region has perfect conditions for making fine wines.

Drink: Cochonnet wines, au naturel from France, with a hip Philly twist

This new trio of liter-bottle wines imported from France — a white, red and rosé — is very much a Philly collaboration.

Try this snappy red wine from Italy’s white truffle region

It's remarkably flexible for pairing — as good with white-wine fare like fish and vegetables as with red-wine meals like steak and hearty pastas.

Gory, classy, and confusing: A tour of Philly’s Halloween bars

Clown masks, slime-green cocktails, and scary movies await.

Sixers get their own Budweiser can, but this isn’t their first brew

The 76ers have brewed up a new partnership with Budweiser this season that will have beer-drinking Sixers devotees celebrating their fandom straight from the can.

The rising popularity of unoaked chardonnay, explained

Chardonnay makers are moving away from the distinctive, nutty “toasted oak” flavor, and closer to the orchard-fruit flavors of steel-aged chardonnay.

This maple-infused spirit comes from beyond the grave — literally

A whiskey made from syrup taken from a maple tree growing in a New England cemetery.

Zavino to open a family friendly pizzeria in Kensington

It will replace a two-story club called the Liquid Room at Second and Master Streets.

Wine made in Pennsylvania is more popular than ever. This month, here’s where you can try it.

As vines grow older, Pa. wine is just getting better and better. Here's how you can celebrate Pennsylvania Wine Month.

This Central California cabernet gives Napa Valley reds a run for their money

Its flavor is layered with dark, rich flavors of black cherries and cocoa, coffee beans and ripe blackberries.

A South Jersey hard seltzer beat White Claw and Truly in the first national tasting contest. Here’s where to buy it.

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The 6 fall drinks you need to try in Philadelphia this season

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