Mixology
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Succeeding at Zero-Proof   July 31, 2012

Today, people are more predisposed to socializing without alcohol. Research reveals that only 25% of consumers who dine out at full-service restaurants order some type of beverage alcohol, be it spirits, beer or wine. More>>

Jack Robertiello
The Price of the Drink   July 24, 2012

Much of America is in drought, and that means those cucumbers and peaches and watermelons and herbs your drink list counts on this summer may be smaller, drier and more expensive. Time to adjust?More>>

Jack Robertiello
What Does a Bartender Really Need to Know?   July 11, 2012

Is it the origin of the Margarita? How to cure hiccups? What makes bourbon, bourbon? How about how to serve?More>>

Jack Robertiello
The New, New Things.   June 26, 2012

Bartenders and beverage managers struggle to balance the needs of their bars, the demands of their customers and the flood of new products that may or may not catch fire or supply a much-needed tweak to a bar program. Among the latest: an agave liqueur, a new version of Cherry Marnier, and...More>>

Jack Robertiello
Who Let the White Dogs Out?   June 12, 2012

Or, why white whiskey, barrel-aged cocktails may get your bar attention, but they seem to be deconstruction gone bad to some.More>>

Emily Mayock
NYC Soda Ban: Good for Health, but What About the Health of the Industry?   June 11, 2012

I was grabbing lunch at a local restaurant, consuming what can only be labeled as an “excessive amount of diet pop” (or soda, for the rest of you). So it’s only fitting that I was about to address New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s recently introduced plan to ban large sugary beverages...More>>

Jack Robertiello
Four Ideas For Summer Sipping   May 29, 2012

A few days in a very hot place reminds me that there are few things as disappointing as a bar program that doesn’t go beyond the obvious when thinking about the joys of summer drinking. More>>

Jack Robertiello
What's in Your Soda?   May 15, 2012

Is Big Soda slow? Or is the modern American cocktail movement simply too small for them to notice? Many bartenders have made it clear that the standard Big Soda offerings simply don’t cut it.More>>

Jack Robertiello
Take the Road Less Traveled to the Manhattan Cocktail Classic   May 1, 2012

Coming to New York for the Manhattan Cocktail Classic? Get off the bus, and visit some NYC classic and unusual bars where cocktails don't necessarily rule.More>>

Bar Rescue Insider
Making Mixology Approachable   April 25, 2012

The nation's fascination with mixology has in many ways rejuvenated the bar industry. However, the mixology community has gotten a reputation for being a bit snooty.More>>



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