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Beverage 2014


The Beverage Issue

Celebrate our Beverage issue this summer by keeping yourself hydrated and cool.

Cool as in sipping on an herb-infused spritzer drink—Lucinda Hutson offers several options to choose from. I vote for the Gin and Roses (after reading all about the history of gin by mixologist David Alan).

Cool as in using those plentiful tomatoes from your garden or the farmers markets to make a calming Tomato-Water Martini, courtesy of Laura McKissack. Craving a non-alcoholic refresher? Try your hand at making Kate Payne's soda syrups for your own homemade fountain sodas. Spiking allowed, of course!

ABOUT THE COVER: Buddy's Place from The Burnet Road Crawl. Photography by Whitney Arostegui.

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Notable Edibles

Half Step, Bitch Beer, The AG Project, Uncertain Farms, Spicy Mama Salsa, New World Gelato.


BEVERAGE features



The Happiness Business

Blending Texas with old world Spanish grapes.




Texas Coffee Traders

Connecting over a cup of coffee.




Austin Beerworks

Growing one pearl snap at a time.




The Texas Terroirists

Trailblazers in the evolution of Texas wine.




The Burnet Road Crawl

Experience the true beating heart of old Austin.




The History of Gin

Dust the cobwebs off the gin...




Genius Gin

...and meet an all-local artisan.




Edible Endeavor

Texas in the bottle.


Cooks at Home

Tito Beveridge.


Edible Hospitality

East End Wines.



K&S Seafood.


Cooking Fresh

Summer salads.


Edible Garden

Preparing for abundance.


Hip Girl's Guide to Homemaking

The fizz biz.


La Casita de Buen Sabor

Season of the spritzers.


Edible Communities

Local Heroes.