Articles Tagged: home bartending

The Perfect Drink For Every Occasion – Literary Monday

If you are always looking for the perfect drink for any occasion, then this little book is the one for you. In The Perfect Drink For Every Occasion, the author will help you find drinks to help with the problems in your life, drinks that will impress a myriad of people and drinks for major life events.

Bar10der – Ten Bartending Tools In One

Don't want to haul your whole cocktail kit to your friend's party, but want to be ready if duty calls?

How to Prepare and Drink Absinthe

So what is the “Green Fairy” and how can you drink it? It’s absinthe, an anise-flavored spirit. It’s usually light green, but can also be colorless, white, yellow … even red. On March 5th 2007, absinthe was once again legalized in America after about 100 years.

Because of its very high alcohol content, the typical preparation involves adding water and sugar to it. Though it takes a little patience, it’s worth it.

Don’t believe the … Read more

How to Muddle

Many cocktail recipes tell you to "muddle" ingredients. We'll explain what a muddler is and how you use it to make cocktails.

Wine on a Budget – Volume One

Tips for buying great wine on a budget

DIY Sour Mix

Make your own "sour mix" ... it's easy and better than the green goo in stores

Announcing DIY Cocktails!

We wrote a book!

6 Ways to Upgrade Your Bar

Party season’s over, it’s time to re-stock

By Chris Koch

This article originally appeared in TheSpir.it

It’s not your fault, you tried very hard: armfuls of Charles Shaw, a case of Cava from World Market, a few bottles of the Captain for your party’s signature cocktail. Just 24 hours ago you felt well stocked, defended, a discount beverage moat dug deep around your liquor cabinet. It just simply wasn’t enough.

The marauders are gone now. … Read more

Essential Glassware – Beer

A guide to the essential glassware for serving beer

What’s the Difference Between Coconut Milk and Coconut Water?

When trying to cook or mix drinks with coconut, there can be a bit of confusion. Cartons of coconut water are showing up at grocery stores everywhere … but how are they different from what’s in the cans labeled coconut milk. And which one do you make piña coladas with? Here’s the scoop!

Coconut water

Split open a coconut and the juice you’ll find inside is the coconut water. It tastes like water that slightly … Read more

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