Drink Tourism

Jim Beam opening stillhouse for rent on Airbnb

I have only used Airbnb one time. In the spring of 2018, we traveled to Jupiter, Florida for the Cardinals Spring Training, and found a very affordable Airbnb option. Aside from the lack of furniture, […]

Missouri Wines

“Haunted” Missouri winery to be featured on Travel Channel this week

Do you believe in ghosts? Apparently, lots of people do, and drinking wine while looking for them doesn’t sound like a bad way to spend a night, especially as Halloween approaches. So terrifying is the […]

Beer

Missouri Beer to release new Cookies and Cream BBA stout

In the past few weeks, I’ve written about the uptick in pastry stouts: Old Bakery Beer Co. debuts new pastry inspired brown ale Charleville’s latest allows you to have your cake and drink it too […]

Spirits

Two new Remus whiskey’s to be released in November

I’ve had a lifetime fascination with bootleggers. I think it dates back to college, whereas a bartender in Tucson, Arizona, I met and served Bill Bonanno, son of the Bonnano crime family patriarch.  That was […]

New Releases

New Mezcal coming To St. Louis

Author Jay Schroeder said, “You’re not going to read a book on Mezcal, cover-to-cover, and three hours later be woke and understand mezcal. It’s not going to happen. Mezcal, as a category, is unknowable. It […]

Today On Tavour

Big, burly bourbon barrel brew now available online

Drink314 is proud to announce a new partnership with the beer app Tavour. Tavour makes it possible to access and discover the highest-rated craft beers from all over the world through a mobile app experience. […]

Spirits

Baker’s Bourbon begins anew as a single barrel

I often get asked, what is the difference between a “single barrel” whiskey and a “small-batch” whiskey. The basic differences are in the definitions. A “small batch” whiskey is one that is made from a […]