Turkey broth is the new pumpkin spice, or something.
Camper's Book: Tonic Water AKA G&T WTF is now available for sale.
Robert Simonson in the New York Times reported yesterday that the Seelbach cocktail was the invention of Adam Seger, former bartender at the Seelbach Hotel in Louisville, and not in fact a resurrected pre-Prohibition classic. Seger created the cocktail and the backstory to go along with it. In 2012 I was hired to write a story for Mixology Magazine in Germany about the drink, so I interviewed Seger in email and briefly on the phone. I have pasted the story below. One "fact" told to me that didn't make it into the article was that Seger said that a group...
In Jacob Grier's book Cocktails on Tap: The Art of Mixing Spirits and Beer, he groups said beer cocktails into seven styles. I am reprinting that section here.
Amaro, Japanese Whisky, Jim Beam, Equal Parts Recipes, and books from the US Bartenders' Guild.
It's a cocktail in a water cooler that you can have either hot or cold depending on which knob you press.
Drinking through the menu at the new PCH Pacific Cocktail Haven opening in San Francisco.
On June 13, Mission bar Asiento hosted the San Francisco regionals of the Disaronno Mixing Star challenge. Five bartenders from the day will have drinks go into the next round in consideration to be published in a print book by Simon Difford.
A drink-through of the new cocktail menu at Tradition in San Francisco.