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This is a handy tip for any aspiring bartender. Submerging the target beverage in a salted bath of cool water will hasten the cooling process and your drinking pleasure. Sprint (a site sponsor) has put together a fun site, waitless.org full of videos to help you save time.
To chill a soft drink, wine or spirit fill a large bowl with ice and cold water. Add 1–2 cups of ice and target beverage stir for … Read more
The latest from Japan, the land of wacky cool drinking products comes the Asahi Beer Poring Robot. Features include:
Stores and refrigerates 6 cans
Programmable voice (male, female, or custom)
Tastybooze.com says it may take 3 minutes to pour the beer, but it’s a ROBOT! WAY COOL!
Check out the video:
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Widmer (one of the best Hefeweizens around) has a great new video site that features 3 young ad guys, lemons and lots of good beer.
The theme: How many ways can we get a wedge of lemon in to a glass of Widmer? What happens are a serious of creative and hilarious videos, ever thing from roller coaster to golf clubs, that deliver the fruit to the glass. You are all are encouraged to submit … Read more
Cinco de Mayo is one of my favorite holidays. Who wouldn’t like a holiday that celebrates a historic ass kicking (except the French in this case) with lots of tequila, cerveza and Mexican food.
Here’s a fun little video we found to help put you in the mood. Enjoy.
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My first experience with Wine Library and Gary Vaynerchuk, its energetic Director of Operations, was on a snowy Friday afternoon just before St. Patrick’s Day. I made my way to Penn Station and onto the first train to Seacaucus, New Jersey. My associate met me there and we finished the rest of our journey to the Wine Library in Springfield, NJ. The impressive structure is truly a monument to the enjoyment of wines from all … Read more
From Idealist, the “Bartender’s Guide” is an interactive display and information system. It communicates with the aid of the surface of the drinks serving counter in a cocktail bar. There concentric stripes around the cocktail glasses appear. Their graduated colors provide information about the ingredients of the drink.
There is also a similar idea to this called “iBar.” Here’s the link and a video of how it works:
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