10 Best New Whiskeys of Summer 2019

With countless new whiskeys arriving on shelves each month, it can be hard to keep track of what’s new, what’s rare, and what’s actually worth drinking. We’ve tasted all the new bourbons, Scotch, and other…

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The Best Boating Destinations in America for Summer Vacation

Summers spent lakeside are a quintessentially American pastime. You can spend mornings lolling about in Adirondack chairs, wakeboard till your arms ache, and grill damn near every meal. If you grew up with a lake house, you…

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Explore Egypt By Cruising Down the Nile Aboard the Steam Ship Sudan

My alarm pierces through the silence, jolting me out of a deep sleep. I blink, trying to shake my slumber-induced stupor and adjust to the blackness of the room when reality hits me: I’m in…

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Best Lagers You Should Have in Your Cooler This Summer

From the craft beer movement’s earliest days, ales dominated. And there was a good reason for that. “Craft beer started as a reaction to what was normal, which at that time—back in the early and…

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Joel Kinnaman on Loving New Orleans and Exploring Louisiana’s Bayous

Actor Joel Kinnaman got a true taste of New Orleans and Louisiana’s bayou country for his July/August cover story in Men’s Journal. From a trip to Frankie & Johnny’s, an iconic New Orleans bar and…

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Where to Go, Stay, and Eat

Scotland is the ancestral home to two of humankind’s greatest achievements—golf and whiskey. Fans could easily spend a decade or more playing courses and sampling drams without getting bored. But if you only have four…

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The Best Wine and Pizza Pairings, According to Experts

Beer and pizza are old friends, but they don’t really play well together. The suds will rinse out your mouth between bites, but most beers won’t amp up the flavors of your pie the way…

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What You Need to Know About the Jim Beam Bourbon Fire

On Tuesday, July 2, a fire broke out in one of Jim Beam’s Kentucky whiskey warehouses, which quickly spread through the structure and then to a second warehouse. The fire burned for days, and it eventually…

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Must-Have Barbecue Sauces to Upgrade Your Summer Grilling

Have you upgraded your dusty repertoire of barbecue sauces in, oh, the past decade? Quit the expired stuff (or the factory-farmed varieties in your fridge) and go for these satisfying offerings that can save even…

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How to Find Whitewater-Rafting Paradise in Mexico

Mexico isn’t exactly known for forested, whitewater-rafting spots. But cutting through the southern state of Chiapas, near the Yucatán Peninsula, is one of the world’s most stunning river gorges—a roughly 50-mile canyon, with near-vertical limestone…

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