Vinegar drinks: Shrubs, switchels, and oxymel. What's the difference and how do you use them?
Camper's Book: Tonic Water AKA G&T WTF is now available for sale.
A huge story I wrote on the practical and theoretical best practices in making clarified milk punch in Cook's Science.
A concise-ish description of the sherry cocktails from a story I published in 2011.
It's another fantastic month for drink books, with tomes on bourbon, cocktails from Seattle and New York and Iceland, plus an industry book and an illustrated one as well.
Turkey broth is the new pumpkin spice, or something.
Amaro, Japanese Whisky, Jim Beam, Equal Parts Recipes, and books from the US Bartenders' Guild.
The history of the cocktail renaissance, colonial American drinking, a new edition of Shrubs, an herbalist's guide to bitters, a beginner's guide to drinking, some drinking science, and some bourbon recipes.
A few new books that have arrived this summer with themes of drinking like a politician, drinking like an adult, drinking Cuban cocktails, and in probably a first for this series, a fiction book about moonshiners.