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- Imbibe is a magazine for drinkers. No, not alcoholics, but for people who enjoy beverages, alcoholic and non-alcoholic, and drinking those beverages. – Mario, Brewed for Thought
- Aside from the feature articles, Imbibe is also full of good shorter pieces on everything from wine aerators to a saison roundup to the origins of bourbon. – Cocktalia