It's a big batch of booze books for fall! As typical, there is a big rush of publications before the holiday season. I have another post going up in later November of some books not available just yet, and then I'll publish my annual list of all the booze books...
This batch of new drink books, mostly released in September and early October 2020, includes everything from non-alcoholic drinks to cocktails inspired by gangsters, real and imagined, global cocktails hard seltzer and other fizzy drinks, two new books from The Aviary, and a lot more. It's kind of a lot,...
More than 70 cocktails and spirits books (plus a few on cider, beer, and spiritzes) published in 2019.
In which Lance Winters of St. George Spirits analyzes the list of ingredients prohibited as alcoholic beverage adulterants in Florida that are the subject of a lawsuit.
A look at two books that discuss how the courts addressed alcohol and how laws around whiskey impacted America.
A lot of bits and bites of information about bittering agents used in vermouths and aperitivo bitters from some people who know a lot about them.
Is, or was, Directional Freezing a patentable process for making clear ice? That question was proposed on a trademark class exam this winter.