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Boot-Scootin' Beverages and Tasty Vittles from the Wild West
Paperback ISBN: 1580080774
Cowboys may be tough and gritty, but their beverages can be as smooth and refreshing as a mornin' sunrise. "Fishin' with a Worm," "Drugstore Cowboy Shake," "Branding Iron" -- these are just a few of the thirst-quenching libations served up in COWBOY COCKTAILS, the best drink collection this side of the muddy Mississippi. Step into the world of hot days, hard work, and dusty afternoons, and treat yourself to a bona fide cowboy cocktail straight from the heart of Texas. This is the perfect partner to the cookbook A COWBOY IN THE KITCHEN by Grady Spears.
The Ultimate Cocktail Companion for Clear Spirits and Home Distillers
Hardcover ISBN: 163159107x
Discover the secret world of moonshine cocktails. Fire up the still or snag some hooch and get mixing. It's time to discover the world of moonshine cocktails. Always infamous and often outlawed, moonshine is a high-proof distilled spirit, generally produced by home distillers, most often from corn mash. Corn whiskey is too intense for many and is extremely high in alcohol, making it a difficult drink to imbibe. Now more popular than ever due to its reputation, more and more people are turning to this inexpensive alcohol. Some folks are even making Tennessee white whiskey in their home distilleries. But how do you drink it, other than doing straight shots? An army of mixologists and bartenders, as well as distillers, have started providing an avalanche of cocktails to try make things with this colorless, odorless, high-octane spirit. And we've got the best right here. From the big-bad cocktail expert himself, Paul Knorr, comes Moonshine Cocktails. Learn how to take good ole white lightening and turn it into delicious, tasty mixed drinks.
Cocktails for Ding Dongs
Hardcover ISBN: 1940430852
This collection of cocktail recipes and comics offers a no-nonsense guide for the Ding Dongs of the world to navigate the often over-complicated craft cocktail. Each recipe offers an updated twist on the classic. Which gin makes the perfectly effervescent G&T? Leatherbee, of course. Dustin Drankiewicz served stints bartending in Milwaukee and Las Vegas before becoming beverage director for Chicago's restaurant/hospitality group 16" On Center. Alexandra Ensign is a University of Chicago graduate and bartender who spends her free time creating zines, comics, and illustrations to sell at local comic conventions and fests.
The Art and Craft of the Artisan Revival 300 in Distillations
Hardcover ISBN: 1910254096
Gin?introduces the reader to the global artisan gin revolution, highlighting the spirit's history and the ways that today's craft drinks-makers have transformed the notion of what a gin can and should be. New gins are hitting the market seemingly every day. This book will help the reader make sense of this rapid expansion, and contextualize them within gin's illustrious history from the Renaissance apothecaries of Europe, to the streets of London, to the small local distilleries and cocktail bars of the United States, Canada, England, Spain, Australia and beyond.? This is the first book to take a closer look at the emerging new categories of gin and to place it within context alongside the old guard. It includes profiles of key players in the distilling world and hundreds of ideas for how to drink gin, wether it is as a cocktail, in a classic gin & tonic or neat, or as an aperitif or liqueur.
The 50 Most Elemental Concepts of Whiskey, Each Explained in Under a Minute
Paperback ISBN: 1577151623
So you enjoy a dram or two, but do you know how whiskey is made? Do you understand how to nose and taste whiskey, and can you tell the difference between regional and national varieties? Pour yourself a measure, take a seat, and let this book take you on a journey from the very first distillers to the latest brands around the world. Know-It-All Whiskey demystifies the origins, history, production, and varieties of one of the world’s favorite spirits. Compiled by whiskey experts, this beginner’s guide serves up all you need to read the message in the bottle in 50 small nips—or rather, with 300 words and an image. Entries explain everything from the history of whiskey production, including the ins and outs of the whiskey trade, to which foods to pair and which whiskey festivals to visit. Distilled with spirited graphics and supported by glossaries and biographies of key figures, here’s how to enjoy whiskey—or whisky—from the single malts and blends of Scotland to their acclaimed Irish, North American, and Asian counterparts.