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Turn your herb garden into a perfectly balanced cocktail.

Make Your Own Herb-Infused Simple Syrups

Looking for a way to use up your excess supplies of summer herbs? Turn them into super-fresh simple syrups to add a hint of garden to your glass.

Cachaca 51

Cachaça 51. Up Close (Partner Tip)

Take a closer look at your summer cocktail.

Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon turned a whiskey barrel into a guitar. Why the hell not? (Photo courtesy Prefixmag.com)

The 9 Most Partiest Songs About Whiskey

Enough whiskey is always a sure way to throw down. These hits sing the praises of whiskey put to good use.

New Zealander Josef Murray manages Ham & Sherry | A bit of Jerez, hidden in Hong Kong

Bartenders Only: The Very Sherry Ways of One Hong Kong Bar

What happens when a tapas fan from New Zealand opens a bar in Honk Kong?

How To Make Adult Sno Cones

Drunken Snow Cones: 3 Easy Recipes

Start shaving: These recipes for refreshing, boozy snow cones could change the way you make the most of summer.

Charles Joly—in the World Class trenches.

Inside the Mind of Charles Joly, Diageo World Class Winner

All hail, Charles Joly! The beverage director of Chicago’s next-wave bar The Aviary just won the Diageo World Class Bartender of the Year competition in London, a feat akin to winning the Nobel Prize for bartending. He’s also the first [...]

Alba Huerta: Houston bartender extraordinaire

The Woman Behind Houston’s Booming Bar Scene

Alba Huerta’s new bar, Julep, is set to make H-Town even more of a drinking destination than it already is.

Home Bar Tips

How to Start a Home Bar With Only Four Bottles

Looking to get into home cocktailing? Here’s how to capitalize on as few bottles as possible, with a little help from David and Lesley Jacobs Solmonson, authors of The 12 Bottle Bar.

Like the Corn Nuts you remember—but bolder, spicier and, let’s face it, better.

Bar Food: Mexican Corn Nuts from Trenchermen

Corn Nuts get dragged through cheese, chile and lime for a snack that begs—no, demands—a drink.

Bartender Hospitality Guide

Bartenders Only: Dale DeGroff on the Art of Hospitality

King Cocktail gives his thoughts on hospitality in craft cocktail bars.

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