Ask yourself this: what does the quintessential vineyard look like when you picture “vineyard” in your mind?
Still very far from being bar staples in America, I’ve begun to see these more and more (and made sure they were stocked on my bar shelves upon entry) – and rightfully so. The light versatility of these spirits lend themselves well to both the craft cocktail as well as the casual (and dare I say college?) drinker.
I’m willing to bet that most bars you’ve been to don’t have “digestif” or “apertif” sections on their drink menus – that is, anyway, if you live in America or […]
We’ve come a long way from picking rotten fruit up off the ground to get schwifty. Now, it’s a long process of growing fresh fruits/grains/vegetables/herbs, shipping them around, metal cylinders and tube processing, and bottles and cans (and just clap your hands).
You may or may not have noticed a lot of “whisk(e)y”s appearing in my posts. It’s not just me being annoying. It’s me trying to not get my numpty butt […]
Two years ago I asked both of my housemates if they wanted to get a growler for the apartment, since Beer Works just a block down from us had a few in-store taps. They both did not know what I was talking about.
Now, I’m not talking about how this is a huge brand making lots of money that people will ask for by name and, at times, even when presented by a literal […]
How to get started? There are a million and one bartending tools these days, all the way up to the centrifuge. But to have a fully-functional home bar situation, you only really need a few (entirely affordable) basics.
Think Bacardi 151. But also don’t, because that’s kind of the worst, and not really the same thing.
If you’re not ordering one of those drinks with an “and” in the middle of it, things can get dicey at the bar. Just as the garbatron at Starbucks requests her custom “coffee” […]