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Alex Knapp

TweetEsquire‘s Todd Carmichael has an excellent recipe for iced coffee (“How to Make Iced Coffee Like a Martini“): There’s nothing better in the summer, but so often it comes out all wrong — the ice is melted, the coffee is diluted. Here’s how to make a proper iced coffee — one that actually resembles coffee. [...]

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Four From The Dalmore

by Alex Knapp on 10 September 2009

We review four wonderful single malts from The Dalmore.

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Manliness in the Modern Age

by Alex Knapp on 3 September 2009

I’ve never understood why so many of my male peers have so much trouble with what it means to be a man.

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The price of beer and steak is on the rise.

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Good For What Ales You

by Alex Knapp on 17 August 2009

We review Delirium Nocturnum Belgian Ale, Boulevard Single Wide IPA, and McChouffe Artisan Style Belgian Ale.

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TweetNeal Frankie has a good post on the virtues of starting a side business:Why do I love being self-employed? Because it allows me to express myself freely. At the end of the day, I believe this is the real pay-off for most small business owners who love what they do. I left the corporate world [...]

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For those of you who may have forgotten to program your DVR, the Burn Notice (the best show on TV) mid-season finale is tonight. Just as it did last season, the show will then go on a hiatus until January 7.

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A Trio of Fine Scotches

by Alex Knapp on 29 July 2009

Like a lot of guys, I am a fan of many different kinds of alcohols–fine ales, a good vodka, a well-aged rum–but when you just get right down to it, there’s really nothing that beats a good single malt scotch.

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Being a Sports Dad

by Alex Knapp on 29 July 2009

Tweet It is not easy being the father of a child that participates in a sport.  One aspect of being a man is that we like to compare ourselves to other men.  Who has the better car, house, newest toy, etc.  Manufacturers of digital cameras have been exploiting this for years now. “How may megapixels [...]

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When people talk about what it means to be a “real man,” they often have in mind warriors or sports heroes. Isn’t it time we started considering scientists?

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There are a million little things that make USA Network’s “Burn Notice” the best show on television.

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