It's a cocktail in a water cooler that you can have either hot or cold depending on which knob you press.
In advance of Robert Simonson's San Francisco visit, I sent him some interview questions relating to his book A Proper Drink - the history of the global cocktail renaissance from London to New York to San Francisco.
The annual list of 50 things to drink in SF has been increased to 75. We're going to need a bigger liver.
Some amazing menus from three bars: The Rogue Gentlemen in Richmond, Virginia; Bitter & Twister Cocktail Parlour in Phoenix, Arizona; and Little Red Door in Paris.
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.