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Now in its 41st year, Anchor Brewing’s Christmas Ale is another longtime favorite, and each year the San Francisco brewery offers its seasonal brew in oversized magnum bottles, perfect for host gifts and for slipping under the tree.
Sequined mini-skirts, champagne magnums and midnight kisses might be traded in for board games, party horns and everyone snuggled on the couch trying to stay awake while the ball drops.
Along the way, they were greeted with handsome waiters cradling magnums of Krug; the champagne flowed onward into the dinner hour.
Along the way, they were greeted with handsome waiters cradling magnums of Krug
While the hectic rhythm is still going strong (headline DJs and magnums with sparklers are never far out of reach), Ibiza is evolving, and as of late, has become more sophisticated and multifaceted.
Cunningham says investigators found a .22-caliber magnum revolver at Adams’ campsite.
The happiest snapshots of my life have been defined by it—a magnum of Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé Champagne, an ice-cold Narragansett tall boy (or three), and of course, a 1.75-liter handle of whiskey purchased at a state liquor store.
Werner has been collecting thousands of magnum bottles of red wine for half a century, and attracts an avid following of oenophiles.
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