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October 30, 2012
What's Shakin' October 30, 2012
Catch up on what's happening around the mixology and bartending scene this week including information on new surveys, upcoming competitions and restaurant openings!
Asked & Answered
Joly Brings New Direction for Aviary
Charles Joly has become one of the best-known Chicago bartenders, now he's taken over as beverage director at the chef Grant Achatz-led Aviary, where all eyes will be on him as he rejiggers the menu.
Four Venues Stirring up New Menus
We drop in on new menus in New York, Portland, Los Angeles and Pittsburgh, to see how well squid ink and black sesame paste work together, among other things.
Who's a Professional?
Bartenders are many things, but can the job be considered a profession when so many don't have medical insurance?
The Neat Glass - Changing the Way the World Drinks
Introduced by Arsilica Inc in Las Vegas, NV, this unique pot-still shaped glass uses simple physics to separate alcohol odors before they burn and numb the nose, leaving those wonderful aromas for the discerning spirits drinker to savor.
Tuaca Liqueur Launches Cinnaster - A Combination of Italian Brandies
TUACA Liqueur announces the launch of TUACA CINNASTER, a combination of Italian brandies, vanilla and citrus with a bold kick of cinnamon flavor.
A. Smith Bowman Distillery Releases Limited Edition Port-Finished Bourbon
A. Smith Bowman Distillery, a micro-distillery located just outside of Washington, DC, is releasing a limited edition, port-finished bourbon called Abraham Bowman Limited Edition Whiskey Port-Finished Bourbon.
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