Drinks

The Bootlegger Cocktail

A favorite drink in our great state for decades on end—the bootlegger cocktail was supposedly created at a country club during the prohibition. No matter where it was invented, this minty drink is truly a Minnesota staple.

Yellow House Vineyard

Cody Kaye launched Yellow House Vineyard in 2014. After years of growing and harvesting grapes, the vineyard is starting to make its own wine.

A bloody mary from Lakes Tavern & Grill in Woodbury

Take a sip of some of the best bloody marys in Woodbury and beyond.

A tea to cure colds made from lemon, honey, ginger and other ingredients

During cold season, it’s nice to have something hot to hold onto and to sip until your toes feel a little warmer and you feel better.

A few sticks of cinnamon for a spiced apple cider recipe.

If company’s coming, or you just need a hot cuppa something delicious, try out this classic winter drink starring cinnamon, allspice, and cloves.

A variety of Halloween drinks and decor ideas

Spook up your Halloween party with these drink decor ideas.

A variety of apples and citrus fruits, the main flavor profiles of verdicchio, vermentino and vernaccia wines.

Meet verdicchio, vermentino and vernaccia.

Many chardonnay lovers, especially in the U.S., love their oaky, buttery California chardonnay.

A person holds a can of Lift Bridge Mango Blonde while a dog sitting on a dock watches.

Lift Bridge Brewing Company, 3rd Act Brewery, Maple Island Brewing and Big Wood Brewery offer up their best beers for summer nights.

A table is set for a party celebrating the British royal family.

Make this old-fashioned drink well ahead of time to share with friends at your next party, royal or otherwise.

Homemade Horchata Machete Cocina Mexicana, Food & Drink, Tastemakers, Woodbury, Crave, Tamarack Tap, Woodbury Lakes, Machete Cocina Mexicana, Alamo Draft House, Cafe Zupas, 3rd Act Brewing, Nektar Juice Bar, Sencha Tea Bar, Paida Italian Street Food

Who says you need to drink alcohol to have fun? Try these fun drinks—from some favorite local spots—that are big on flavor, without the buzz.

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