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Friday, February 10th, 2017

Bowling - and Drinking - in Fort Walton Beach

It’s obvious more than a few people had no problem pinning down its location the night we were there, as the parking lot was literally filled to capacity. Once inside, we could see against the backdrop of a cheerful, flying pin mural, plenty of open lanes and stacks of brightly colored balls ready to roll...
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Friday, February 10th, 2017

By Bruce Collier

Whether you spend February 14 dining at a restaurant or enjoying a romantic home-cooked dinner, wine offers a perfect ending, even if it played no part at all up to that point. Here are four examples of what are called “dessert” wines, sweet as love but less intoxicating...
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Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

From the Experts at Twisted Grape, Shalimar

Many winemakers call Pinot Noir “the heartbreak grape” because it is so delicate...
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Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

The New PROPS Location in FWB - Come Thirsty

PROPS has undergone a million-plus dollar expansion to keep up with ever increasing demand that we were told by a staffer has made them the area’s largest brewery between here and...
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Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

Road Trip, Anyone?

...for heaven’s sake, don’t let that stop you from checking it out. Not only is it a quick and easy drive from Beachcomberland, there’s tons of parking and plenty of open venues in the winter...
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Tuesday, December 20th, 2016

Ahh, the Water of Life...

Armagnac is distilled only once, in a column still, at around 104 proof (52 percent alcohol) It is aged in oak barrels of differing varieties, local preferred. Most Armagnac is bottled at around 80 proof, though there are...
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Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

A Visit to Ye Olde Brothers Brewery in Navarre

Tucked away in a standalone set of buildings off Highway 87, about 10 minutes north of the Navarre Beach sign and its infamous quote, this family-owned brewpub is a little off the beaten path. So when we walked in around two-ish on a recent Saturday— usually a slow time for pubs—we expected to see a lot of empty chairs...