Wine and beer recommendations, cocktail recipes, and more guidance on what to drink this Thanksgiving.
How to pick the right red, white, and sparkling wines for your Thanksgiving dinner.
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Don't stress about Thanksgiving wine.
You can't cook most things way in advance, but you can—and should—get ahead when it comes to Thanksgiving wine.
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Three types of cider to pair with your Thanksgiving meal.
Beer recommendations to complement your Thanksgiving spread.
A whirl of citrus and spice in one punch bowl.
This nutty, sweet-tart version of one of Thomas Jefferson's favorites is a great way to ease into your holiday dinner.
Sweet-tart, nutty, and not too boozy.
A sweet-tart autumnal cocktail dosed with a homemade shrub syrup.
This prep-ahead cocktail is a little tart, a little sweet, a little bitter, and full of herbal flavors.
Muddled fresh ginger and a splash of spicy bitters wake up sleepy amaretto.
A rich, layered twist on a classic cocktail.
Juicy apples meet bubbly Prosecco, rich sherry, and sweet orange liqueur in this cocktail.
Five-spice syrup amps up the flavor in this refreshing bourbon drink.
Boozy white rum meets tart cranberry juice, bright orange zest, and a kick of ginger.
The caramel depth and toned-down tartness of seared lemon is a total game-changer in this gin drink.
A velvety roasted-pear purée is the key to this batched bourbon drink.
Sweet vermouth adds complexity to fresh apple cider in this low-alcohol cocktail.
Rum gets a dose of oloroso sherry and tart cranberry juice in this wintry drink.
This cocktail is an apple orchard in a glass, bursting with three layers of apple flavor.
A potent mix of applejack, tangy grenadine, and lemon juice flavored with a dash of Peychaud's bitters.
Mezcal gets friendly with cranberry and basil.
The tiki classic gets a sparkling makeover with Prosecco and tropical fruit–infused rum.
A simple riff on a gimlet, enhanced with quince syrup and a couple dashes of Peychaud's bitters.
Don't arrive at Thanksgiving empty-handed. Bring this off-the-beaten-path booze.
Throw a heck of a bash without blowing all your cash.
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