Issue 28

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Wine Wishes

Dear Santa, Once again, thanks for the terrific Christmas. The time spent with family and friends, the gifts, the food… everything was spectacular, as usual. I can hardly wait for next year. Speaking of which, I thought I might get

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Beer Chat: Nebraska’s beer can revolution

Once thought of as the official vessel of the American adjunct lager (AKA: macro lager), the aluminum can has become somewhat of a darling in the craft beer world. At this point, well over 500 breweries across the nation are

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Talk Radio Show ‘It’s Saturday Morning’ to Feature Food and Spirits Discussion

What are your plans for the weekend? Looking for a new place to dine or enjoy a few spirits with friends? Are you wondering what shows, charity or local sporting events you could attend? An interesting one-hour lifestyle show, It’s

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Becoming a Professional Bartender with the USBG

The United States Bartenders’ Guild is a non-profit organization dedicated to securing the professional future and reputation of bartenders through the provision of comprehensive education and training, incredible networking opportunities, competition platforms, healthcare benefits and more. For the past year,

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Arrivaderci Vivace

My partner, Ann, and I said goodbye to an old friend this past month and I suspect a lot of you did as well. That’s what it was like selling our business, Vivace, after 21 years. That’s about 7,700 days

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In the Business: B & G Tasty Foods, Part 2

Publisher’s Note: This column lets business owners, in their own words, tell us about the history of their place, how they came to be involved with it and what it’s like to run it. Eddie Morin, the owner of longtime

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Bites & Sips: Issue 18

MCC’s Sage Student Bistro Sage is now open during the College’s fall quarter. Lunch hours are Monday-Thursday, 11am-1:30pm, and dinner hours are Monday-Thursday 6-8pm, with last seating at 8pm. Sage operates as a customer focused classroom providing students with an

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Globally First: Whiskey Dispensing Makes Mark in Omaha

Imagine creating an appeal to a global company whose business plan is, metaphorically, carved in stone. Picture the change is accepted. The result? An exclusive bar in the middle of the Midwest, complete with a dispensary system that is unlike

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In the Business: B & G Tasty Foods

Publisher’s Note: This is the beginning of a new column called ‘In the Business’ that will let business owners, in their own words, tell us about the history of their place, how they came to be involved with it and

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Letter From the Publisher: Issue 18

Welcome to the 18th issue of Food & Spirits Magazine. As always, we’ve got some great articles and photos that you are sure to enjoy. Many of your favorite writers are back and we’ve also made a few additions to

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