Beer? Wine? Spirits? Yes, yes and yes. Here at Liquid, our cupboard is fully stocked.

Celebrate Negroni Week with locally made gin

1:52 pm May. 29, 2015

The Negroni is disarmingly simple — one part gin, one part sweet vermouth and one part Campari, stirred and served over ice with an orange twist — but its balance of botanical bite from the gin, the

Austin’s June Rodil becomes 7th Texas master sommelier

1:21 pm May. 21, 2015

It’s extremely difficult to become a master sommelier, the highest ranking of wine specialist that exists. In Austin, only two sommeliers had reached that echelon — until McGuire Moorman Hospitality’s beverage director, June Rodil, joined

Bindlestick Brewing sets up shop in Leander

9:12 am May. 20, 2015

Dan Kernek and Matt Bigler have been friends since the fifth grade — and after having lived in the same city for so long, even going to the same college and sharing the same office

Monkey 47 Dry Gin made with Black Forest botanicals

10:03 am May. 18, 2015

One look at the label on Monkey 47 Dry Gin’s quirky bottle (replicated from the cork-stoppered medicine bottles of old) and you’d think the name comes from its 47 percent ABV.

But Black Forest Distillers founder

Uncle Billy’s cans new beers alongside brand redesign

1:16 pm May. 15, 2015

The new cans Uncle Billy’s Brewery and Smokehouse is rolling out in June feature a bearded likeness important to Austin’s history: the man the Barton Springs brewpub is named after, William “Uncle Billy” Barton.”

In 1837,

Rogness Brewing to celebrate 3 years Saturday

3:40 pm May. 14, 2015

Rogness Brewing, like many of  Austin’s breweries, had humble homebrewing beginnings — the owners, husband and wife team Forrest and Diane Rogness, once owned the Austin Homebrew Supply Store — but the Pflugerville-area brewery has come far