Issue 28

Posts From Lucas Korth

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Lucas Korth

Lucas Korth

Lucas Korth has been writing for Food & Spirits Magazine for probably over a handful of issues. Longevity is his greatest strength. He enjoys cycling, baseball, his wife Becky and their cat, Mr. Jingles. If you'd like to tell him his articles stink in person, he can often be found at Jake's Cigars in Benson; where he is the bar manager. He is remarkably unfunny.

Let’s Drink Sake Everyone!

I imagine a lot of you clods are mostly familiar with sake as that stuff you drop into your beer at the sushi joint, but there is much more enjoyment to be gleaned from this wonderfully unique booze. If it

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Bebe Mezcal Todo Dia

“Para todo mal, mezcal, y para todo bien también.” I’m going to assume most of you chonguses don’t speak the Española, so let me put on my little translation glasses and get really close to the monitor. Ah yes, it

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All Blacked Out and Somewhere to go

I’m jarred suddenly into consciousness, as if revived from arrest. I feel bewildered, confused and ultimately depleted. I can’t see anything. I’m actually not sure if it’s too bright for my eyes to work or if they’re crusted shut. Why

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Get Your Nog On

Christmas time is here. Joyful every year; wrap up all your gifts and press booze to your lips till you disappear. Now you can’t be late, for those in-laws that you hate, you’ve led your wife astray with your jugs

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Isle of White

White wine has a bit of a stigma attached to it. Go ahead and get a glass when you’re out at Bonefish Grille with your ding-dong friends and nobody bats an eyelash, but order one at a bar, or God

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Eating, Drinking & Biking Around Omaha

Oh, the bicycle. There is no nobler method of transport; its awe-inspiring grace only surpassed by unparalleled precision, and such simplicity! A design centuries old, yet capable of propelling even the modestly athletic to daring speeds. And it’s the speed

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Gluten-Free Beers That Don’t Suck

I have Celiac Disease. It’s an auto-immune disorder that causes the body’s immune system to identify gluten as an interloper and attack it. When I found out I had it a little over a year ago, I was told that

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