A book for every bartender: Regarding Cocktails by Sasha Petraske

We’ve written before about how hard it is to overstate the influence the late Sasha Petraske has had on bar culture, both in his native New York and across the globe. Now, Phaidon have released Regarding Cocktails, a collection of 75 recipes from his repertoire along with advice and guides based on Petraske’s unfinished book, one that has been completed with help from his wife, Georgette Moger-Petraske, and his friends.

Westward American Single Malt Whiskey Hits Australia

SPONSORED POST It’s easy to think only of bourbon and rye when thinking about American whiskey. But on a recent visit to the US, James France from Vanguard found that a lot of American craft distillers wer...

Take a look at The Curious Bartender’s Gin Palace

Tristan Stephenson's new book, The Curious Bartender's Gin Palace Fans of booze books, rejoice: here's a must-have book on gin for your collection. The Curious Bartender's Gin Palace is the latest work f...

PosiPour have got a new Routin 1883 flavour for you

SPONSORED POST PosiPour have just released a new syrup from gourmet French producers 1883. The Madeleine flavour is recalls the shell-shaped cake of the same name — the same cake that French author Marcel P...

Download the June issue of Australian Bartender

The June issue of Australian Bartender magazine is now available to download to your iPad. In this issue, take a look at The Creators List 2016, featuring 40 people and teams from across the world who ar...

How much do you know about liqueurs?

What makes a liqueur a liqueur? Sweetness, of course. It’s alcohol and sugar, and, importantly, some kind of flavour. (Pure alcohol and sugar just ain’t a thing). There’s two broad ways of thinking abou...