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Chocolate Cake Never Tasted So Heavenly

Hello Chef Fan’s and welcome to my last project for Beer & Spirits class!!! I am now in the last few days of classes up here at NECI so over the next few days you will be seeing a lot of new post with classes finishing up. This project was to make an ad flyer […]

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Bacardi: A Bat, with a Coat of Arms

Bacardi rum, no matter where it is made or where it is served, is always the same pure, high-quality rum with a distinctively fine, dry taste. Just say “Bacardi” and several images immediately spring to mind: Daiquiris, Rum & Cokes, tropical breezes, palm trees, and even fruit bats. Family-owned and operated since 1862, Bacardi Limited […]

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Long Island Iced Tea: The One-Way Ticket.

The Recipe: Finding a recipe for a Long Island Iced Tea is both easy and challenging. Everyone has an idea about how it should be made but if we want to be traditional we look to the International Bartenders Association who has set the bar on what a Long Island Iced tea has to contain […]

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Distillation

The time has come once again Chef Fan’s for an update on one of my favorite classes that I have right now. You guessed it, Beer & Spirits! We are moving away from talking about beer and starting to learn/ talk about spirits, and where is a better place to start out then with how […]

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Imperial Stout: The Dark Side of Beer

Name Note’s: First off an Imperial Stout and a Russian Imperial Stout are the same beer. Secondly it is sometimes called a Russian Imperial Stout because the Empress of All Russia Catherin II bought this fine beer for her own court. That’s a big deal and something you want to play up if you’re the […]

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IPA: 90 Minutes of Glory

A Dogfish Head Story  Original Release Date: 04/2001 Food Pairing Recommendations: Pork chops, beef, grilled fish, frites, focaccia, split pea soup, Stilton cheese & escargot Glassware Recommendation: Snifter Tasting Notes: Brandied fruitcake, raisiney, citrusy ABV: 9% Wine Comparable: Sauvignon blanc[1] History The defining character of IPA is the result of many people’s efforts to solve […]

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