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Issue No. 34: American spirits and Halloween
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Issue No. 34: American spirits and Halloween

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It’s Halloween week, so Feast and Field is calling upon the spirits to help us celebrate. We’re looking at the top trends in the spirit industry — from portable and easy to drink, to no- and low-ABV varieties.

If you need a crash course on the difference between an aperitif and a digestif, our spirit term guide will give you top-shelf knowledge of today’s most popular spirits, as well as lesser-known types that are gaining in popularity.

Finally, whether you’re throwing a party or need something to sip while you stay home, we bring you three signature Halloween-inspired cocktails. And, once the holiday passes, cozy up to one of our fall-flavored cocktails from five of our favorite up-and-coming distilleries across the U.S.

Satisfy your cravings

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