Mix Drinks Like A Pro Now you can with this indispensable handbook, the most thorough'and thoroughly accessible'bartending guide ever created for both professional and home use. Encyclopedic in scope and filled with clear, simple instructions, The Bartender's Bible includes information on: Stocking and equipping a bar'from liquors and mixers to condiments, garnishes, and equipment Shot-by-shot recipes for over 1,000 cocktails and mixed drinks from bourbon to rum to whiskey Wine drinks Beer drinks Nonalcoholic drinks Special category drinks'tropical, classics, aperitifs, cordials, hot drinks, and party punches Anecdotes and histories of favorite potables And more! If you've ever wondered whether to shake or stir a proper Martini, or what to do with those dusty bottles of flavored liqueurs,The Bartender's Bibleis the only book you need! A bartender, as a rule, is a person who enjoys the company of others, endeavors to solve problems, listens to the woes of the world, sympathizes with the mistreated, laughs with the comedians, cheers up the down at heart, and generally controls the atmosphere at his or her bar. A bartender is the manager of moods, the master of mixology. Certain scenarios are played out over and over again in bars everywhere. The questions are basically the same; only the details vary: What's in a true Singapore Sling? How long has the Martini been around? What's the difference between a Fix and a Fizz? A reference book is as necessary to a bartender as ice. -- from The Bartender's Bible
A Complete Guide to Cocktails, Martinis, and Mixed Drinks
Author: Mardee Haidin Regan
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
A newly revised second edition of the ultimate bartender's Bible This up-to-date, practical, and easy-to-use guide presents recipes for hundreds of cocktails and mixed drinks, plus step-by-step directions for making virtually every popular mixed drink, both contemporary and classic-from an A.B.C. to a Zorbatini. Plus, the book includes full coverage of all the basics of bartending, including equipment, ingredients, techniques, glassware, and garnishes. Includes more than 850 recipes in simple alphabetical order, with step-by-step instructions and problem-solving tips A tough waterproof cover makes this guide perfect for using on the job and on the fly Includes a mini-course on professional bartending for first-timers or anyone who needs a refresher course Written by wine and spirits expert Mardee Regan—a Julia Child Cookbook Award nominee—The Bartender's Best Friend, Second Edition is the perfect resource for every mixologist.
Looks at the history of Western saloons, including bar fixtures and equipment, and shares recipes for cobblers, cocktails, collins, coolers, fizzes, flips, frappes, highballs, juleps, rickeys, sours, toddies, and punch bowl drinks
Award-winning restaurateur and culinary author Michael Turback was on the forefront of the cocktail revolution, among the first to revive and re-imagine vintage formulas and elevating mixology to a culinary art. Cocktail programs developed in his establishments have influenced the beverage business for over three decades. His personal homage to Champagne is a tantalizing and informative read, destined to become the definitive reference, exploring its versatility at the bar, from pre- and post-Prohibition classics to inventive contemporary notions, unlocking accumulated knowledge for a new generation of bartenders.
A thoroughly updated edition of the 2003 classic that home and professional bartenders alike refer to as their cocktail bible. Gary Regan, the "most-read cocktail expert around" (Imbibe), has revised his original tome for the 15th anniversary with new material: many more cocktail recipes--including smart revisions to the originals--and fascinating information on the drink making revival that has popped up in the past decade, confirming once again that this is the only cocktail reference you need. A prolific writer on all things cocktails, Gary Regan and his books have been a huge influence on mixologists and bartenders in America. This brand-new edition fills in the gaps since the book first published, incorporating Regan's special insight on the cocktail revolution from 2000 to the present and a complete overhaul of the recipe section. With Regan's renowned system for categorizing drinks helps bartenders not only to remember drink recipes but also to invent their own, The Joy of Mixology, Revised and Updated Edition is the original drinks book for both professionals and amateurs alike.
gaz regan's Annual Manual for Bartenders will be the go-to book for professional bartenders worldwide. The Joy of Mixology, regan's groundbreaking 2003 work, has become required reading for staff members at many of today's top cocktail lounges, and this new book is, in many ways, a sequel to that book. The Annual Manual is directed specifically at working bartenders, not consumers, and this not only makes it stand apart from every other book in this genre, it also adds appeal directly to the men and women who actually hold forth from behind the mahogany. The Annual Manual is a book that bartenders can call their own. Besides covering mixology and methodology essentials, regan also provides readers with in-depth lessons in bar philosophy in a section called The Mindful Bartender; he salutes a dozen "Fabulous Bartenders," details eight "Fabulous Innovators" in the industry, and provides recipes and commentary on the "101 Best New Cocktails" from bartenders all over the world. Add to this the first part of regan's serialized autobiography, giving you a glimpse into the first 17 years of his life (yes, he has a story about the day he was born!), and you have a veritable compendium of a book, put together with love and kisses by a bartender, for bartenders. If you're a bartender, your library isn't complete with this book.
The Untold Story of How a Band of Bartenders Saved the Civilized Drinking World
Author: Robert Simonson
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
A narrative history of the craft cocktail renaissance, written by a New York Times cocktail writer and one of the foremost experts on the subject. A Proper Drink is the first-ever book to tell the full, unflinching story of the contemporary craft cocktail revival. Award-winning writer Robert Simonson interviewed more than 200 key players from around the world, and the result is a rollicking (if slightly tipsy) story of the characters--bars, bartenders, patrons, and visionaries--who in the last 25 years have changed the course of modern drink-making. The book also features a curated list of about 40 cocktails--25 modern classics, plus an additional 15 to 20 rediscovered classics and classic contenders--to emerge from the movement.
The Illustrated Bible of Booze is a series of books aimed at informing bartenders and drinkers of liquor. The book contains a complete recipe section with the most popular mixes. This is book one in the series and the subject is Bourbon. Book includes the history of Bourbon, the way it is made, who makes it, what it costs and what brands are the best and the worst. If you love Bourbon or sell Bourbon, you need this book.
The personal story of an Ecstasy addict traces her early years as a popular, straight-A student in small-town Pennsylvania, her pursuit of an acting career in New York, her descent through drug experimentation to full-time addiction, and her struggles to recover. Reprint. 20,000 first printing.
The Añejo Highball —Dale DeGroff of New York City's Rainbow Bolo's White Peach Sangria and Pomegranate Sangria —Chef Bobby Flay The Cajun Martini —Chef Paul Prudhomme New Classic Cocktails is one part educational, one part inspirational, and three parts fun! Learn about the latest drinks while you experience their exciting tastes. Here are a few of the updated classics invented by popular chefs across the country. The Citrus Cooler —Paul Bolles-Beaven, Union Square Cafe Mezcal Margarita —Chef Rick Bayless The Single-Malt Scotch Martini — Norman Bukofzer of New York's Ritz-Carlton Hotel Visit us online at http://www.mcp.com/mgr/cooking
Uniquely delicious cocktails & compelling conversations with mixology's most inspiring minds
Author: Sother Teague
Publisher: Media Lab Books
Featuring interviews with and recipes from some of the biggest names in the cocktail industry, Drinks with Friends is a who's who of mixology masters, distillery owners and spirits writers, each sharing his or her insights into the art of making great drinks with author and fellow bartender Sother Teague. By pairing the best interviews - many of which have been featured on the Speakeasy, Teague's popular podcast and radio show with a massive weekly following—alongside cocktails created using the techniques, spirits or ingredients being discussed in each conversation, Drinks with Friends seeks to entertain and educate while empowering readers to take their drink-making skills to the next level. Includes interviews, insights and recipes from: -Jack McGarry and Sean Muldoon (Co-owners of The Dead Rabbit) -Lauren Corriveau and Natasha David (owners of Nitecap) -David Wondrich (author of Punch and Imbibe) -Maggie Hoffman (author of One Bottle Cocktails) -Andrew Meltzer (2016 Bartender of the Year) -Tyson Buehler (Head Bartender at Death & Co.) -Jim Meehan (author of the PDT Cocktail Book and Meehan's Bartender's Bible) -Claire Sprouse (founder of Tin Roof Drink Community) ...and many more!
Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.
Everything You Need to Know to Be a Master Bartender, with 500 Recipes
Author: Dale DeGroff
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
The first real cookbook for cocktails, featuring 500 recipes from the wolrd's premier mixologist, Dale DeGroff. Covering the entire breadth of this rich subject, The Craft of the Cocktail provides much more than merely the same old recipes: it delves into history, personalities, and anecdotes; it shows you how to set up a bar, master important techniques, and use tools correctly; and it delivers unique concoctions, many featuring DeGroff’s signature use of fresh juices, as well as all the classics. It begins with the history of spirits, how they’re made (but without too much boring science), the development of the mixed drink, and the culture it created, all drawn from DeGroff’s vast library of vintage cocktail books. Then on to stocking the essential bar, choosing the right tools and ingredients, and mastering key techniques—the same information that DeGroff shares with the bartenders he trains in seminars and through his videos. And then the meat of the matter: 500 recipes, including everything from tried-and-true classics to of-the-moment originals. Throughout are rich stories, vintage recipes, fast facts, and other entertaining asides. Beautiful color photographs and a striking design round out the cookbook approach to this subject, highlighting the difference between an under-the-bar handbook and a stylish, full-blown treatment. The Craft of the Cocktail is that treatment, destined to become the bible of the bar. From the Hardcover edition.