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20 Love-Inspired Libations

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Set the mood this V-Day with these sip-worthy cocktails, inspired by the Feb. 14 holiday. From romantic red concoctions to blissful bubbly, we've rounded up 20 sweet, tart, and fruity drinks for you to toast to a romantic night in or to share with gal pals at a Valentine's Day singles soirée.

 

1. Redhead in Bed

If you're feeling frisky, whip up this suggestively named strawberry and vodka sipper.

20 Skinny cocktails you'll never believe are actually low-cal

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These low-calorie cocktails are sure to make your happy hour even happier.

Sticking to your New Year's resolution of shedding pounds is always hard, especially if you enjoy a good cocktail now and then. That's why we rounded up these fantabulous skinny cocktails — because losing weight doesn't mean depriving yourself of everything.

1. Skinny mint mojito recipe

This skinny mint mojito is made with a simple syrup using stevia instead of sugar, so you can spend your spring not having to worry about summer.

11 delicious Thanksgiving-inspired cocktail recipes from Pinterest

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Hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year? Warm up your family and friends with a seasonally inspired cocktail. We've selected some of the best boozy recipes from Pinterest that have been shared over and over again, with seasonal flavors like pumpkin, cranberry, cinnamon and apple. These drinks are seriously good, and super easy to make. So take a sip and enjoy!

Beer Mythbusting: The Truth About Pilgrims, Adjuncts, and Prohibition

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Conventional wisdom has long held that the resumption of large-scale American beer production after Prohibition led to the use of 'adjuncts' not typically found in European beer—most notably, corn, rather than a full grain bill of barley or a combination of barley and wheat. These cheaper ingredients led to a bland, watered-down brew, and until the resurgence of craft beer in the US over the past 20 years, it was impossible to find a beer made with ingredients that America's first European settlers would have recognized; at least, that's how the story goes.

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