Swing open the door to a tavern in the late 1600’s in Boston, and you’d find plenty of carousing and swearing thanks in no small part to the “drams of flip” they were consuming. These were revolutionary times in America, and you can channel them for yourself with this Hot Ale Flip recipe.
Month: June 2017
De Kuyper, the world’s number one selling liqueur brand, is proud to announce its partnership with Jeff ‘Beachbum’ Berry on the upcoming The Works program, a series of inspirational and creative flavour workshops.
Ask anyone who’s had the chance to drink a Batanga with Don Javier, and they’ll tell you that they just never taste as good as when you’re at La Capilla.
Charles H. Baker Jr’s writing from the first half of last century still has relevance for bartenders today — even if, at times, some of his descriptions are a little jarring to the modern reader — and his work has bequeathed recipes like this Bird of Paradise Fizz.
Here’s a Whiskey Sour with a difference — a good measure of Amaro di Angostura gives the palate length and most importantly, a load of character. This recipe is one we picked up from James Irvine of Shady Pines Saloon.
It’s rare, though, that a bar takes up the mantle of an author completely. But that’s just what South Korean cocktail bar, Charles H. has done.
Australian Bartender is pleased to announce the recipient of this year’s Most Outstanding Contribution award is Mike Enright, owner and operator of The Barber Shop in Sydney.
UK bartender Ryan Chetiyawardana has revealed plans to open a restaurant on the ground floor of the old White Lyan space, called Cub.