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5 Essential Life Hacks for the Modern Drinker

Thanks again to Huff Post’s Liquor.com for this totes essential advice:

Ever been out on a date, having fun, drinking a glass of red wine and then later notice that your teeth are stained purple? 751 more words

Interesting Stuff

Book Review: Jeffrey Morgenthaler's The Bar Book Elements of Cocktail Technique 

Jeffrey Morgenthaler is known to be the laziest (he’s said it several times himself) most efficient perfectionist bartender. He is one of the most influential bartenders and helped to revolutionize the bar industry by bringing  511 more words


Cocktails By The Bottle

Are cocktails in a bottle the new trend, possibly headed straight for U.S. bars? The British have already caught wave of this trend and according to the Wall Street Journal “it seems… 242 more words

Carbonation Nation

Originally published in the February 2013 issue of Beverage Media
It started in 2008 with Jim Romdall at Vessel in Seattle and has become a bona fide trend, well publicized last summer as it spread to San Francisco, New York and North Carolina. 1,253 more words

Industry Trends

Italian Cocktails On the Go

The Italian cocktail the Americano has certainly withstood the test of time.

Originally coined the “Milano-Torino” in the 1860s (the Campari came from Milan, the sweet vermouth from Turin), the drink was renamed the Americano when it became hugely popular with American expats during Prohibition. 166 more words


Carbonated bottled cocktails? Yes!

Have you been witness of this new trend of bottled carbonated cocktails on the menus of the best bars in the city? What is the story behind it, do you know? 13 more words


The Standard Relay: Outlier x The Hill-Side, Bottled Cocktails, Field Notes' Beginnings, & more.

Outlier x The Hill-Side Spring Vest

Two of our favorites

Outlier, one of our consistent favorites, has launched a collaboration with The Hill-Side bringing forth a very nice springtime vest, just warm enough to get you comfortably through the chillier days and nights but just sharp enough aesthetically that you probably won’t want to take it off. 362 more words

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