The origins of vodka are embedded in mystery. Learn more about how this rich, neutral Eastern European spirit began and how vodka spread worldwide.
The perfect garnish for cocktails, like an Old Fashioned or Manhattan, here are five cocktail cherries that can add that special touch onto your drink.
Ice cubes are great, but sometimes a recipe calls for crushed ice or maybe you just think crushed ice tastes better. Here’s how to make crushed ice at home.
You’ve heard of smoking cocktails, but what about smoking ice? Here’s how to do it with or without a fancy smoker.
Originally slated for a ginger beer highball, this non-alcoholic cocktail was just too good on its own!read more
This cocktail is so great you’ll forget that it’s completely alcohol free! Herbal, honeyed and sun infused, it’s as refreshing as it is delicious.read more
The caipirinha is a delicious, powerful and simple cocktail to make. With only 3 ingredients and a little elbow grease, you can be enjoying one of these in minutes!read more
From how to break down ice to what kind of ice to choose for which drink, if you want to learn more about working with craft cocktail ice at your bar or in your own home, you’ve come to the right place.read more
With the heat of the summer in full swing, we are all about ice this month! Today, Chris is talking with not one, but two experts in ice: Scott Clinebell of the leading ice equipment manufacturer, Clinebell Equipment Company and Gordon Bellaver of clear ice producer and distributor, Penny Pound Ice.read more
Just because we can’t go to the bar right now doesn’t mean we can’t have fun. We’re wrapping up our vacation-inspired voyage into tropical cocktails by talking about modern tiki with the very knowledgeable Daniel “Doc” Parks, beverage director of San Francisco’s Pagan Idol and Zombie Village.read more