What You Need to Know About Custom Wine Boxes

Wine makes one of the perfect gifts for any occasions. You will, therefore, want to use a good wine package that matches and enhances the value of the gift. Wine gift boxes, not only improve the presentation of a wine bottle, but they also provide protection of the bottle from damage. The gift boxes are an excellent choice for various events and occasions such as weddings, anniversaries, engagements, house warming, employee appreciation, and father’s days. Wine connoisseurs and lovers are also great users of the Ekan Concepts wooden wine boxes.

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Planning a Vacation in Thailand? Travel Tips for First-Time Sightseers

Christened the ‘Land of Smiles,’ Thailand is one of the favourite destinations for habitual backpackers. From fascinating cultures to tongue-tingling cuisines and sugar white sandy beaches, the South East Asian kingdom has a lot to offer for any leisure traveller that sets foot in it. Thailand Tours can be enthralling, but you may encounter some guy trying to rip you off now and then- so you got to watch out. Any Canadian planning a Thailand vacation should brace themselves for a thrilling tour, you will find almost everything interesting in this vibrant country.

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Quest to Find Sacramento’s Beer

This piece is an idea I’ve floated for more than a year – it took a mind of its own and became something of a commentary and critique of the brewing region I live in… Sacramento. It’s what I believe to be an honest look at our recent history, focusing on how we got where we are and what I see as challenges and opportunities for every involved. Its a snoozer of a piece, 3,000 words long.

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Representing

Around the country it seems craft-centric beer joints are hosting “tap takeovers”, “pint nights” and “meet the brewer” events – all evenings geared toward promoting a brand or brewery. The events have a certain formula to them, one you have likely witnessed if you’ve been out for such an occasion: brewers or brewery reps show View >

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Navel Gazing at its Best

An abundantly talented Celebrator Beer Newscolleague of mine, Brandon Hernández, has a new and thought-provoking (for people with blogs, which I believe is about 70% of people online) piece online discussing “Truth in beer reporting” – which is a call for transparency and honest reporting among beer journalists (go read it! Here’s the link again. View >

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Own Your Bar

There are a lot of new craft beer bars popping up everywhere in America these days, a welcome addition for any beer loving local. That stated, there seems to be a growing number of craft bars that seem to love good liquid, but are unsure or unwilling to do what is necessary to ensure the View >

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On Draught Beer

I’ve been an advocate of clean beer lines for some time now, but I haven’t talked much about it here. Why? Well, it’s a touchy subject. You see, most bar owners assume their beer lines are clean because they have them serviced by the distributors that provide the beer. Sometimes that’s not a bad assumption. View >

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Drink to be Sober

Mike Sober is a memorable man. Folks across California will recognize him and his signature scruffy beard as he enters the bar or brewery in his never-ending quest for the next great hopped-up concoction. On the outside he has the appearance of a gruff individual, but spend two seconds talking with him on any subject View >

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Bars of Glasgow

Editor’s Note: This is one of several stories ‘lost’ in our recent server transition. I looked through what was lost and will re-post a few stories I found worth re-posting.  With what seems to be more bars than all other businesses combined, it seems natural that this Scottish city would be a den of good View >

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