It takes a lot of ambition to make every drink in a cocktail book- not to mention a lot of booze- but more people are signing on for the task.
Erik Ellestad of the Underhill Lounge blog has made all 900+ cocktails in The Savoy Cocktail Book. The guy deserves a medal. But now he's gone on to attempt the rest of the drinks, and the poor bastard is currently on the non-alcoholic section. Then again, after 900 drinks or so it's good to have a glass of water.
Adam Elmegirab is working on The Jerry Thomas Project, in which he's making all the drinks in The 1862 book THE BARTENDER'S GUIDE - How To Mix Drinks: or The Bon Vivant's Companion. (I suppose David Wondrich did the same thing in his book Imbibe!, rather than in blog format.)
Jeff Williams of San Francisco is blogging his way through Charles H. Baker's Jigger, Beaker and Glass: Drinking Around the World . Poor, poor soul. You know most of those drinks are kinda bad, right?
Is anyone else blogging a drink-through? Let me know.