A drink-through of the new cocktail menu at Tradition in San Francisco.
Camper's Book: Tonic Water AKA G&T WTF is now available for sale.
Here are a bunch of new drink books that have come out recently covering cocktail history, American drinking history, American beer history, essential drinks, drinking advice, and tropical cocktails from one of the world's best tiki bars.
The convention is a meeting of the second tier of the three tier system: the distributors who buy from the producers and sell to either bars or liquor stores as required by US law.
In a recent post for Departures.com, I wrote about where to drink in a few US airports now, and a few announced plans for where you'll find better drinks in the future.
Here are some of the new cocktails, spirits, and other drinks books hitting the market this spring.
In my latest feature for Departures.com, I wrote about 8 great Chicago bars in which to get a cocktail.
New York Times writer Robert Simonson has written a book on the cocktail renaissance coming out his summer. But first, an app of the modern classic cocktails along with their creators and place of creation.
The San Francisco temporary bar TSK/TSK, which will sometime this year be reincarnated as Horsefeather, featured several alcoholic slushies on its menu. Slushmaster Mitchell Lagneaux said he was often asked for his advice on how to make them delicious, and rather than writing the same advice over and over he thought he'd point them to this post on Alcademics instead.