Here is the latest batch of booze books to hit store shelves and my mailbox. We've got a cognac history, a couple of cocktail recipe books, one on cooking with cocktails, and another exploring wine.
Camper's Book: Tonic Water AKA G&T WTF is now available for sale.
On a visit to Indianapolis, I was able to check out 9 of 11 Kurt Vonnegut-themed cocktails at bars around the city.
"We're talking about tonic water, clear ice, malaria, and syphilis."
A quick trip to Detroit: Here's my rundown on the bars I saw and a few that I didn't.
As whisky/whiskey grows as a category and a cultural phenomenon, authors have found interesting new angles with which to talk about it. Or at least put it in the titles of their books.
A note of warning about using non-food-safe plastics to batch cocktails.
Where and why to drink aquafaba cocktails in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Hops have long been used as preservatives and flavoring in beer, but recently the bitter, floral vine is making its way into spirits, cider, and even canned wine.