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32 New Drink Books for October 2021

I've heard authors saying the "due to supply chain issues" you should buy any books you plan on purchasing as holiday gifts super early this year. You have been notified! Last month I posted 22 books released in October. Well, this month there are 32 more! Mostly I cover cocktails... Read more →


22 New Drink Books for September 2021- Beer, Alchemy, Amari, Sustainable Spirits & More

There are so many drink books coming out this fall! This post is only the 22 books coming out in September, though I'll note that some books are being pushed back a few weeks due to global shipping issues. October looks to be even more books than September. Scroll all... Read more →


All the Cocktail and Drink Books from 2020 for Reading or Gifting

It's time for the annual Alcademics drink book round-up! Below are all the books that have come to my attention in 2020. I don't follow wine/beer closely so there are only a few in that section. The links below are to Amazon and to Bookshop.org. If you buy stuff after... Read more →


All the Cocktail and Spirits Books Released in 2019

More than 70 cocktails and spirits books (plus a few on cider, beer, and spiritzes) published in 2019. Read more →


Twelve New Drink Books for August/September 2017: Rum, Cider, Cats, Bar Ownership, Cocktail Comps

One of my favorite bartender-visionaries Thad Vogler released a book about learning/purchasing spirits by going to where they're made. While Vogler owns Bar Agricole, Canada's Jen Agg owns¬†Agrikol in Montreal, and also has a book out from a very different owner's perspective, called I Hear She's a Real Bitch. Like Vogler, Anistatia Miller and Jared Brown travelled to Cuba to write their latest book (I think it's their third on Cuba cocktails and bartenders), while Brad Thomas Parsons wrote no doubt his most fun book to date, starring cats that live at distilleries. New Orleans rum legend Brian Rhea finally wrote a book that should be full of tales from his many years in bars, while for newbie drinkers we have Drink Like a Bartender and for sci-fi fans there is a whole book of out-of-this-world cocktails awaiting. Beyond that there's an American history and booze book, a book that tells bartenders how to win international cocktail competitions, a book on cider (and shrubs and vinegars), one on bar cart styling, and finally a brand book from Fever Tree Tonic Water.¬† Read more →