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Happy Trails! The Texas 290 Wine Trail

The Texas Hill Country Wine Trail is the second most visited wine production region in the U.S.  - right behind the Napa and Sonoma Valleys. Start at Spec’s to sample the best of the region and pick your stops on this stay-cation destination. For local enthusiasts, a trip to the Hill…

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Hasty Bake: Charcoal Rocks

Forget heating or modern convenience. As far as Texans are concerned, man discovered fire for one important reason: to grill. And when it comes to catering to our most primitive needs, there’s nothing like cooking over a flame. For grilling purists, there’s nothing more natural than cooking over 100% pure…

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Vino Argentino! Great Wines, Great Values!

In Argentina, wine producers know you’re only as good as the grapes you grow, and these days they’re reaping the benefits of their hard-sown handy work. The terroirs of Argentina, a location towering nearly 3000 feet high into the Andes Mountains, is where many meticulous farmers work hard during the…

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Free Beer! Gluten-Free Beer, That Is!

For beer drinkers, there’s no worse news than finding out you’re allergic to gluten. Scientifically speaking, gluten is a protein composite found in edibles and drinkables processed with wheat and barley. In simpler terms, for those suffering gluten intolerance, wheat and barley put the “ew” in “brew.” But fear not,…

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Moscato: Sweet Wine of Youth

There are no trendsetters as savvy as the young, and when it comes to early adoption of new tastes, many wine lovers are imbibing their just desserts. Since the younger generation of alcohol consumers tends to be more open to experiencing new wines, Moscato has become a popular grape of choice…

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One-Of-A-Kind Beers That You Should Try

Historically speaking, tastes tend to repeat themselves. Beer drinkers and hops history buffs of every taste are sure to find these rare brews from Spec’s selection the sure cure for summertime blues. Southern Star Walloon is the only Grissette available in Texas. Originating in Southern Belgium, the grissette was the…

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