Category Archives: Drink

  1. Hop ‘Til You Drop at Austin’s (512) Brewing Company

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    April 30, 2013 by ET

    Lately, you’ll be hard up to find a popular bar with Bud Light on tap. These days, folks love supporting local brews, driving the demand for craft on draft. Why opt for a watered down domestic, when your thirst could be quenched with a palate pleasing porter or an explosion of hops in an IPA? When in Austin, you’ll want to hit up (512) Brewing Company, where you’re bound to make best friends with the bartender.

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  2. Austin, I Love You Too Much

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    April 20, 2013 by ET

    Austin. Such a happy city full of people who love saving the earth as much as they do smoked BBQ, sunshine and salt on the rim. With live music, festivals, food trucks and lakes, it’s easy to make a weekend trip a permanent vacation. We recently spent four days in (and two weeks recovering from) Austin and had a Texas-sized time. Check out a series of posts from the trip, but don’t blame us for your hangover.

  3. Drink Like a Fish at Atlanta’s SweetWater Brewing Company

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    February 17, 2013 by ET

    Thank God no one ever suggested grabbing a few Cokes after work or we’d never have Happy Hour or half the world’s population. As the second runner up for most popular drink in the world, losing out to water and tea, beer is the beverage for all occasions. With more and more malting, milling, fermenting and filling happening throughout the South, beer lovers are lining up to tour local breweries to find out where their favorite cold ones come from. That’s exactly what The Wordy South did at SweetWater Brewery, in our third and final “draft” about our trip to Atlanta.

  4. Breakfastisfaction in ATL at West Egg Cafe

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    February 9, 2013 by ET

    Brunch. It’s that amazing idea to blend two square meals worth of calories into one glorious spread dipped in egg batter and topped with maple syrup and warm butter. Before you even think about Saturday night plans, there are biscuits, bacon and Bloody Marys to be had. Installment two of our trip to Atlanta checks out the weekend brunch scene at West Egg Cafe.

  5. Atlanta’s Livingston: A New Take on the Old South

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    January 30, 2013 by ET

    With great sipping, shopping and neighborhood hopping, Southern hospitality meets metropolitan hustle and bustle in Atlanta. A mix of old money and new ideas, ATL boasts a progressive scene, while still keeping Georgia on its mind. The Wordy South spent a weekend in the city, and while it’s impossible to experience everything Atlanta has to offer in two days, we did get a good taste of its Southern charm. Look for a series of posts about ATL, beginning with a trip to Livingston Restaurant and Bar.

  6. Brew It Yourself

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    October 7, 2012 by ET

    The South may be home to a long list of ales well worthy of bellying up to the bar for, but sometimes the best tasting beer can be found in your backyard. With the right kit, anyone can be their own brewmaster of the universe. Craft night has a whole new meaning with this Do It Yourself, err I mean Brew It Yourself (BIY) project.

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