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The World's Biggest Bartending Competition Is About More Than Gimmicks and Garnishes

“It's not just about liquor—it’s about really putting your emotions in what you believe in and what you stand for.”
Dan Q. Dao
4 hours ago
drinking
drinking

Booze Brands Are Making Low-Alcohol Drinks So Millennials Won't Embarrass Themselves

Young people want to get drunk without ending up a casualty of their friends' Instagram stories.
Hilary Pollack
5.4.18
Music
Music

DJ Khaled's Vodka-Spiked Cereal on Snapchat May Have Violated Federal Laws

We thought you said not to play yourself!!!
Jelisa Castrodale
4.11.18
Cocktails
Cocktails

Manila's Best Cocktails Are Made With the Help of Shamans

Kalel Demetrio is basically a mad scientist—his fermentation cocktail lab is packed with hundreds of vials and beakers full of boozy experiments.
Hillary Eaton
3.29.18
Booze
Booze

This Ancient Mayan Ceremonial Liquor Is Finding Its Way to a Bar Near You

Pox, a moonshine-like liquor used for Tzotzil Maya ceremonies for centuries, is finally making commercial inroads. Why now?
Shoshi Parks
3.29.18
Booze
Booze

A Short History of 'a Beer and a Shot'

No one knows when the boilermaker was invented, but it's on a serious upswing in Dublin right now.
Ilkka Sirén
3.16.18
Booze
Booze

How Angostura Bitters Became a Cocktail Staple

The bitters' strange journey from the Venezuelan army, to the island of Trinidad, to your Manhattan.
Natalie B. Compton
3.5.18
liquor
liquor

Friends Don't Let Friends Burn Absinthe

Marc Bernhard, a craft absinthe distiller based in Washington, knowns damn well that the green fairy won't make you hallucinate, and he rails against the popular practice in some bars of lighting the sugar cube on fire.
Aaron Kase
3.3.18
Booze
Booze

Navigating the Craft Cocktail World As a Trans Bartender

The best service you give ends up happening after you stop giving a bunch of fucks.
Al Sotack
3.2.18
longreads
longreads

The Untold Story of Harlem's 'Whiskey Rebellion,' the Civil Rights Campaign for Black Liquor Salesmen

The fight against 'Jim Crow jobs' took blood, sweat, tears, and boycotts.
Cynthia R. Greenlee
2.22.18
Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day

We Asked People What They Ate After Getting Dumped

Red wine totally counts as food.
Emma van den Berg
2.14.18
Restaurant Confessionals
Restaurant Confessionals

What It’s Like as a Waitress to Watch Your Messy Valentine’s Day Tinder Date

Valentine’s Day is the same in every restaurant I’ve worked at but a couple of years ago, I watched one customer accidentally arrange two Tinder dates for the same night.
Anonymous
2.14.18