The Original Cheers Bar in Boston: It’s Still Alive

Perhaps the most legendary bar in all of American history, though primarily due to the television show, Cheers in Boston is actually still operating today, and they may have the sitcom’s success in the early 80s to thank for it.   The show ran until 1993, which greatly boosted the bar’s popularity, but it’s more […]

Jack Daniels Sinatra Select

That’s right—Frank Sinatra was a fan of Jack Daniels whiskey. In honor of a lifelong friendship, Jack Daniels went ahead and made this in honor of Sinatra. You can pop on a timeless Sinatra vinyl and sip the night away to the same smooth whiskey Frank enjoyed back in the day.   This is a […]

What Your Bar Cabinet Is Missing

If you don’t have a designated liquor cabinet, you should get on that. It’s not just a great place to reach into for a great night, it’s a centerpiece in your home that’s going to supply many good times—and bad times—throughout the ages to come. What do you do when you celebrate a life-changing event? […]

Glenalba 35-Year-Old Sherry Cask Scotch Whiskey

This whiskey may be older than you. For an average of $50.00 per bottle, it’s an insane quality; For the age alone, they could be charging more. While age isn’t always the most impressive feature of a whiskey, in this case, it certainly does add to everything.   I wish it would rain Glenalba. I’d […]

Empress 1908 Gin

For my personal consumption, I approach gin with a predetermined expectation that I’m not going to like it. There are a lot of gins out there that just simply don’t do it for me; alas, I’ve met my match—Empress defines gin.   It’s a brand-new gin, only released as of the past summer of ’17. […]

Ardbeg Uigeadail Scotch Whiskey

Now this—this is what we’re talking about when you think of the term, “Fine Whiskey.” Ardbeg delivers their signature whiskey not only in an extravagant gold-and-black box but in a bottle that looks like it’s from the shelves of Professors Snape’s classroom.   Antics aside, you’ll be shell shocked when that first sip hits the […]

Blade Runner Whiskey Glass

Used by Rick Deckard in the seminal 1982 sci-fi movie Blade Runner. Blade Runner’s glass wasn’t just a prop, it was a hand-made crystal glass, mouth-blown by artisans at a boutique Italian company, Arnolfo di Cambio. Fortunately, although first introduced in 1973, the glass chosen by Ridley Scott and his set dressers, the Cini Boeri […]

Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey

When two worlds collide; a stick of hot cinnamon chewing gum, and the sweet, velvety nectar of the Gods—whiskey. Fireball is normally hailed as the “College drinker whiskey,” due to its quick ability to get you wasted without consuming too much. However, as a switch-up to your normal shot of Jack at the end of […]

Founders Breakfast Stout

If you’re a regular reader, and you’ve glanced over our review for Founders Frootwood, then you know we’re no strangers to this excellent brew. The Founders Brewing Company blasts our taste buds away once again, and this time it’s a breakfast stout. It’s five o’clock somewhere, right?   If you’re an avid coffee drinker, you’re […]

Chopin Potato Vodka

Vodka keeps hair on your knuckles in a snowstorm. Vodka keeps you warm when there’s no fire. For the love of alcohol, this is true blue vodka.   Chopin is basically flavorless and recommended for mixed drinks. However, if you like to endure the burn and throw back your premier bottles straight up, you’ll be […]

Captain Morgan Cannon Blast

Do you drink Morgan’s straight up like a champion? For those of us who aren’t that hardcore, and would rather shout for shots, Captain Morgan Cannon Blast fits the bill. Because cannons fire shots… get it?   The whole bottle is shaped in an authentic size and coloration to an actual cannonball. Captain didn’t hold […]

Jim Beam Bonded Bourbon

It’s one of the latest new products to come out of Jim Beam in years. In 2015, they launched Bonded Bourbon, an exceptional treat for the bourbon lover inside all of us. It’s process comes from a bit of fun trivia about pre-prohibition times.   When an alcohol is “Bottled in Bond,” it’s referring to […]

Early Times Kentucky Whisky

Are we sure that Jack wasn’t from Kentucky? Good ole Jack is the most common choice for a good, inexpensive whiskey—it’s time to share some of the spotlight with Early Times. You’re not going to break the bank in the slightest, and it’s one of the cleanest whiskies I’ve ever had the pleasure of drinking. […]

Pliny The Elder

Classic brown cartoony bottle: check. Simplistic label: check. Jaw-dropping, explosive flavor that will leave you speechless: also, check.   Pliny’s got some serious kick to it. You get an ample amount of carbonation, beautiful color, and a solid smack to the taste buds. It’s one imperial IPA that’s surprised me, where others have been left […]

DuClaw Retribution

Imperial stouts come and go, but this enthusiast is silently praying that DuClaw keeps Retribution around for ages to come. When you’re staring the bottle in the face, it doesn’t look like anything special. Standard label, brown bottle; standard, right?   The second this beauty graces you with her aroma, you’ll be in love. Retribution […]

Bunnahabhain Ceobanach

First of all, if you can pronounce this Irish whiskey, you’re either fluent in Gaelic, or you’re already drunk. Bunna’s is a fantastic whiskey, definitely not what you expect when you see the rather plain-looking label.   There is absolutely nothing in this world like a fine-tuned whiskey; this goes right on my shelf next […]

Brooklyn Black Ops

Currently, I’ve found my new favorite. Brooklyn Black Ops is the culmination of every bit of knowledge that the Brooklyn Brewery has to offer, and it fires on all cylinders. It’s a delectable imperial stout; I’m not one for darker beers, but this has stolen my heart.   Brooklyn Black Ops is dense, oily, and […]

Brew Free or Die IPA

It’s the West Coast in a can. After it punches you in the jaw, you’ll stagger back over for another hit. Brew Free or Die IPA is exceptional, without retaining much of that aluminum taste. Yes, it only comes in a can right now, but it shouldn’t be out of the running for your top […]

Booker’s Bourbon

I could rant and rave all day about a good bourbon—that’s exactly what Booker’s has given us. You’ll find it right on the label—they recommend to cut it with water or ice. If you can’t handle the bourbon, stay out of the brewery.   I like my bourbon chilled; tossing the bottle in the freezer—especially […]

Avery Hog Heaven

I picked up a bottle of Avery Hog Heaven the other night; I’ll be headed back for another anytime now. The gentleman at my usual liquor store assured me it was a fine selection; that doesn’t even hit the mark properly. Avery Hog isn’t an easy drink to throw down—it’s aromatic and very strong, immediately […]

Arrogant Bastard

After giving this one a shot, I have a bottle on-hand when I get back from a long day. Arrogant Bastard’s got that caramel scent that drives your taste buds wild, and it delivers fully on every other cylinder. You’ll get a bit of a nutty aftertaste, but in my book, that’s never been a […]

Wine Barrel Pub Chair With Italian Leather

Have you ever wanted to have something unique in your home bar? Reclaimed wine and whisky barrels has been a nice touch to many bars but pair it with leather and you have the perfect combination of wood and manliness. This chair is no joke and it will definitely look great with any setting you […]

LazyDaze Hammocks

Every entrepreneur deserves some time to relax at the end of a productive week. The best recipe to end the night we believe is having a drink and a cigar on a comfortable hammock while listening to great classic jazz. If you’ve never owned a hammock, here’s a great chance to have one without having […]

Founders Frootwood

Founders decided to kick off 2017 by notifying their avid customers of six new ales being released before years’ end. It gives us none other than Frootwood; cherry ale aged in oak barrels, previously holding bourbon and maple syrup. Sounds like a dream, doesn’t it? To anyone who regularly enjoys Founders ales, you’re in for […]

The Dunnage Bakehouse

Dunnage is the first whiskey of its kind to be drawn from a gin cask, innovating the industry with a new twist. There are pretentious reviews from “experts” floating all around the web, going into great detail about the miniscule things that tick them off. Get a gentleman’s review every time, right here on FourteenRobots. […]