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NCB Author

Jack Robertiello

Contributing Writer


Jack Robertiello

Frequently writing and consulting about spirits, Jack Robertiello also judges at events including the San Francisco World Spirits Competition, the International Rum Fest, and Spirits of Mexico.


Winning cocktail Article
Pros at Tales, Canton and G'Vine Crown Winners and New Spirits   June 28, 2011
By: Jack Robertiello

Two major competitions wrapped up recently, some new spirits are worth checking out and don't forget to sign up soon for the NCB Pro-Series Seminars at Tales of the Cocktail!

Evan Wallace Article
Evan Wallace Talks Bubbles   June 28, 2011
By: Jack Robertiello

Evan Wallace, the man behind the Perlage Champagne Preservation System, has been working for some time on a new prototype for professional drink carbonation. It's just about ready to pop...

Beer Glass Article
Beer Cocktails: Seek and You Shall Find   June 14, 2011
By: Jack Robertiello

Bartenders are doing more than their share to accustom American guests to the idea of mixing beer with other ingredients for something different — sometimes something better. But the suppliers, on the other hand...

James Bond cocktail Article
The Pros at Tales, an NYC Bar Crawl and Jim Meehan's "Woody"   June 14, 2011
By: Jack Robertiello

Check out the Pro Series headliners at the upcoming Tales of the Cocktail, get ready for a giant NYC bar crawl and visit The Savoy for a new James Bond-inspired cocktail!

Bobby Heugel Article
Act Locally, Drink Locally   June 14, 2011
By: Jack Robertiello

What would bars be like if they returned to the days when local tradition was everything? Bobby Heugel of Anvil Bar and Refuge in Houston had something similar in mind when he prepared his summer menu.

Pope & Solomon Article
Cuffs & Buttons, Infused with Spirit   June 14, 2011
By: Jack Robertiello

The brain trust behind Cuffs & Buttons, a New York City-based craft-cocktail consultancy, mixes classic sensibility with technological advances to create drinks for demanding events. What does it take to serve infused cocktails to 300 people?

Pisco Article
Pisco for a New Age   June 6, 2011
By: Jack Robertiello

Pisco, an unaged grape brandy produced in Peru and Chile, now is making another splash in San Francisco; it was there that the brandy first flourished in the late 19th century.

Article
Where's My Beer?   May 31, 2011
By: Jack Robertiello

It's getting warm in the East, but beer cocktails continue to be an oddity rather than a popular option. There's plenty of blame to go around as bartenders and beer companies both are lacking in enthusiasm, it seems.

Vodka Article
Butter Beer, Orange Soda and Bitters, Plus Vodka's Return   May 31, 2011
By: Jack Robertiello

Ingredient-driven drinks on seasonal cocktail menus find allies in butter, ice, summer quenchers and, of all things, vodka.

Damian Windsor Article
Domaine de Canton Names Finalists and San Francisco Cocktail Week Sets a Date   May 31, 2011
By: Jack Robertiello

Domaine de Canton sends 16 finalists to St. Martin, while "Experience Cognac" winner gets to go to France and a Chicago bartender receives $5,000.



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