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The Sipping Seder – A site of Passover Cocktails
Does the Perfect Bourbon Exist? – The Washington Post postulates
All 68 NCAA Tournament Teams Ranked by Their Best Drunk College Food – Endless Simmer
Fastest Bartender in the World – Zagat
For alcohol brands, social media a stiff cocktail – CNet
Six Pack Frame Cinch – The Awesomer
Columbia Koozie Hoodie – Uncrate
NY Times DIY Cooking Handbook. Sounds kinda like our new books DIY
This week’s boozy links:
Illinois Craft Brewers Fight To Protect Right To Distribute (HuffPo)
The Charlie Sheen (The Daily Meal)
Tippler’s Taxonomy: A Guide to Cocktail Categories (Serious Eats)
How to Make a Martini (Art of the Drink)
A Meat Cocktail with a Vegetarian Option (Alcademics)
Cupcake Flavored Vodka?
Join the Tea Party (TheSpir.it)
It may be stormin’ outside, but this weeks links are little gems of sunshine.
The United States of Good Beer (Good)
America’s Drunkest Cities (Men’s Health)
Starbuck’s New Trenta holds a whole bottle of wine (Eater)
Tipping at the bar vs. tipping at the table (Chow)
Margarita Cupcakes with Tequila Shooter Toppers (The Awl)
The rise and fall of the British pub (The Telegraph)
Beer Cans, a History in Design (Gastronomista)
This week’s links for the New Year!
2011 will see the debut of Ron de Jeremy. Yes, Ron Jeremy has his own rum.
GigaOm reports that we’ll be able to pay our tabs by iPhone soon.
Create a lovely flower vase out your old cocktail shaker.
2010 in cocktails according to Serious Eats’ Paul Clarke.
Jeffrey Morgenthaler talks barrel-aged cocktails.
Learn how whiskeys are rated.
The worst drinking trends of 2010.
This week’s roundup of libatious links:
He’Brew shows how to build a beer menorah.
UK storm strands 7 lucky people in a pub.
Nine vodkas for non-vodka lovers.
Mark Leno tries to bring some sense to the ABC.
Eight cocktails of Hanukkah.
Rachel Maddow talks garnish etiquette.
Way back in 1933 the USA was gripped with an economic depression and to make matters worse, a prohibition on alcohol. The Eighteenth Amendment, “Prohibition,” set the act of getting a decent cocktail back years. Unless of course you were rich, then one could still get the good stuff (with a doctor’s note). The great bartenders all fled to Europe or Latin America as they were now outlaws at home. Drinkers were forced to go … Read more
Random drinking links? Yep, we got that.
The Famous Grouse becomes a bit more famous.
Eatocracy shares its guide to stocking your bar for a happy, sane holiday.
Flying is getting boozier at the airport and in the air.
Tipsy Wine Testing Glass.
The stories behind 11 famous cocktails.
A gift guide for the serious imbiber from, well, Serious Eats.
More random drinking facts from Alcademics.
Alcoholic whipped cream. What can we say? What? Anyone?
The Macallan and Lalique set a record for a bottle of whisky sold at auction and all of the proceeds will go to charity: water. Coveted by bidders around the world, The Macallan 64-Year-Old in Lalique: Cire Perdue sold for $460,000 in a lively auction at Sotheby’s in New York City. This sale represents the most unique collaboration to date between The Macallan and Lalique, with 100 percent of the proceeds benefitting charity: water, an … Read more
This week’s collections of libatious links!
Brian Rea has cranked out another issue of The Barkeeper. A must read.
A deer tries to get a drink in an Ohio bar, destruction ensues.
San Francisco’s Broken Record has Four Roses Bourbon on tap. Yes, whiskey on tap!
Snooth names the five most overused wine words.
The Dog Whisperer is not a friend of alcoholics.
Anchor Steam gets an award.
Adam Morganstern shares his top 10 wines