Whether you’re a professional bartender or cocktail enthusiast, you’ve probably had the annoying experience of gathering a beautiful bunch of fresh herbs, only to have them wilt by the end of the night.
So you’ve started branching out from beer & wine and maybe have found a few favorite cocktails you’d like to make at home.
Ah, the age-old question for the experienced bartender and cocktail enthusiast alike: Which is the best type of cocktail shaker for your bar? Your three options are the French shaker/Parisian shaker, the Boston, and the cobbler (also known as the three-piece cocktail shaker).
Have you ever had a stuck cocktail shaker and wondered how in the world you are going to separate the two sides? If you’ve ever shaken a cocktail with a metal shaker, chances are the answer is yes since this is one of the most common shaker issues.
It’s surprising that we’ve never actually covered a gimlet before! This gin cocktail usually features two or three ingredients, depending on how you make it– super simple! A vodka gimlet is a common replacement for the classic gimlet drink, so if you’re not into gin, feel free to substitute vodka instead.read more
This gorgeous drink is the work of Tony Kennedy from our Craft Cocktail Club. With summer right around the corner, this is the perfect lounging-in-the-sun drink!read more
What’s a botanical cocktail without a shrub? This one features Seedlip Garden 108 alongside a tangy cucumber and lemon shrub. It’s like walking through a springtime garden.read more
Celebrating episode 200, we are announcing both a name change for our podcast and the launch of our new gold bar tools line!read more
Today, we’re revisiting our favorite 10 podcasts of the last 100 episodes that you definitely don’t want to miss!read more
Today, Chris is doing a deep-dive with longtime coffee connoisseurs and bar-owners Levi Andersen and Derrick Wessels. They get pretty detailed with their knowledge, so definitely listen to the whole episode!read more