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Field Trips: Dingle Distillery

The whiskey isn’t the only thing that gets a 21st century do-over in Ireland

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A History of Jamaican Rum in 4 Cocktails

Iconic drinks inspired by a turbulent island nation’s history

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The Botanist's Botanist

Field trip to Bruichladdich’s gin distillery with its head forager

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The Building Blocks of Canadian Whisky

Historians and blenders discuss the legacy of Canadian whisky

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Cocktails With a Hint of Lavender

This floral ingredient is not just for hand cream!

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Songs of Summer Sip-Along

Drink pairings for classic warm weather tunes

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Elegant Vermouth Substitutes for Martinis

These variations still have the bones of the classic Martini, but with a twist!

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Looking Back at Bar Convent Brooklyn 2019

BCB Brooklyn was bigger and better in its second year

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In the Mix: Coffee Liqueur Cocktails

Use coffee liqueur to perk up Old Fashioned variations and even tiki drinks!

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The Ultimate DIY Cocktail Cherry Guide

Making your own boozy preserved cherries is easier than it sounds, and there are so many ways to do it.

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What's Next For Rye Whiskey?

For years, American rye was good as gone. Now it will never be forgotten.

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The Case for Pre-batched Cocktails

How to make your own RTD bottled cocktails for whenever you need them

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Highball Recipes For the Ultimate Summer Refreshment

Cool off with these carbonated cocktails

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Exploring Pot Still Bourbon

Why craft bourbon distilleries are using this more complex method to make whiskey

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BCB Is Back in Brooklyn!

Here’s what to expect from BCB Brooklyn 2019

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How To Use Barrel Aged Gin In Cocktails

Oak rested gin is all the rage, but what to do with it beyond the neat serve?

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Spring Symphony: The Gin Variations

11 flavorful gins that stay on the juniper road

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Adding Salt To Cocktails Is a Sweet Move

A sprinkle of NaCl adds extra oomph to drinks

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