September 2, 2008

Delicious Sedition with Mutineer Magazine

mutineer_magazine.jpgRick over at Martini Groove just covered a cool-looking new magazine called Mutineer, and we thought we'd share it with you. Looks like this rag's right up our alley, with good advice, humor, and a little bit of attitude.

Take a bit of Maxim, add some A.D.D., throw in some comic book stylings, then get drunk. Now you know how they came up with Mutineer Magazine.

This magazine is not for the Master Mixologist trying to create a drink by learning the techniques of Molecular Gastronomy. This one's for today's cocktail crowd that wants to learn a bit more, branch out a bit, and have a bit more fun.

Mutineer Magazine [via Martini Groove; make sure to head over there because he's got a "super secret" link to their first issue]

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at September 2, 2008 9:51 AM
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