You could call the boom of hard seltzers a "right place, right time" thing, but even that would be selling it short. The sudden dominance of the new mixed drink, led by brands like Truly and White Claw, was a combination of smart branding, a new crop of thirsty millennials, and a low-calorie, gluten-free, legitimately tasty product.
Drinks like beer and seltzer tend to dominate the summer cooler, but wine deserves a spot right alongside them. Whether it's for the taste itself or the way it pairs with summery foods, try these wines before the leaves change color!
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A summer of quarantine threw a curveball for the Minnesota Twins' 2020 season, but sure enough, the game will go on – without the roar of crowds and signature scents of Target Field's most popular food and beverage vendors. You can't be there, but you can order your favorites and watch the game from home!
The origins of sangria are clouded in a bit of mystery, but it likely originated on the Iberian Peninsula in Spain and Portugal. Its name literally means "bloodletting," an allusion to its crimson color (depending on your recipe), and it hit its stride in America at the 1964 New York World's Fair, where it took the summer crowds by storm with its refreshing flavor.
What better way to toast America this Independence Day than with adult beverages crafted with all-American spirits? Kick back with these fun-to-make, delicious-to-drink patriotic cocktails. And if you’re not the cocktail type, check out our suggested list of all-American brews towards the bottom!
"Rosé all day" is more than the mantra of rosé lovers everywhere. It means there's never a wrong time for rosé: It's a delicious type of wine that's as much at home next to your hammock on a breezy summer day as it is at celebrations and special occasions.
Though stay-at-home restrictions are slowly lifting, you've probably already gotten used to buying alcohol online during the COVID-19 quarantine. We've certainly seen an uptick in online orders here at Haskell's, partly because we quickly pivoted to offer curbside pickup and delivery specials in the Twin Cities.