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Beyond Beer: Germany Goes All In for Gin

Beyond Beer: Germany Goes All In for Gin

Jörg Meyer, owner of Le Lion bar in Hamburg, Germany. “It’s unbelievable,” he said. “Corner pubs are now serving gin and tonics. It’s all over.”
Is Your Cocktail Making You Sick?

Is Your Cocktail Making You Sick?

The quinine in tonic water appears clear in normal light (left) but glows under a black light (right), a property some bartenders take advantage of.
At Tales of the Cocktail, the Founder Steps Down

At Tales of the Cocktail, the Founder Steps Down

Ann R. Tuennerman, center, shown in 2013 with Colin Asare-Appiah, left, and Darryl Bullock, the grandnephew of Tom Bullock, the first African-American bartender to publish a cocktail manual.
A Deli Where Rye Comes in Slices and in a Glass

A Deli Where Rye Comes in Slices and in a Glass

2nd Floor, on the Upper East Side, is the new bar from the owners of the Second Avenue Deli.
Cocktails Only a Local Could Love

Cocktails Only a Local Could Love

The lunchbox — Coors Light, a shot of amaretto and a splash of orange juice — was likely an accidental invention at Edna’s Restaurant & Club in Oklahoma City.
A New Cocktail Conference With a Political Twist

A New Cocktail Conference With a Political Twist

From left, Shelby Allison, Sharon Bronstein and Caitlin Laman, the founders of Chicago Style.
A New Cocktail Conference With a Political Twist

A New Cocktail Conference With a Political Twist

From left, Shelby Allison, Sharon Bronstein and Caitlin Laman, the founders of Chicago Style.
Front Burner: A Cocktail That Goes for the Gold

Front Burner: A Cocktail That Goes for the Gold

Devin Kennedy, the head bartender at Cote, created the golden torch in honor of the Winter Games.
Restaurant Review: Grant Achatz, Science-Minded Chef, Turns to Cloning

Restaurant Review: Grant Achatz, Science-Minded Chef, Turns to Cloning

Vegetable crudités may sound like a snooze but are not; each fruit and vegetable is prepared and treated individually.
Jump-Starting the Aquavit Renaissance

Jump-Starting the Aquavit Renaissance

Jonas Andersen, the beverage manager at the Great Northern Food Hall, pours aquavit into a traditional glass at Agern.
Spirits of The Times: Does Blended Scotch Still Have a Place in the Modern Bar?

Spirits of The Times: Does Blended Scotch Still Have a Place in the Modern Bar?

While the sale of blended Scotches is in decline, they still vastly outsell their single malt cousins.
A Grand Tiki Bar for a Less-Than-Tropical Island, Manhattan

A Grand Tiki Bar for a Less-Than-Tropical Island, Manhattan

The bartender and partner Brian Miller, one of the leading lights in the current tiki renaissance, is the mastermind behind the Polynesian, an ambitious tiki bar the scale of which New York hasn’t
A Cousin of the Martini, the Alaska, Strikes Gold

A Cousin of the Martini, the Alaska, Strikes Gold

The Alaska cocktail at Golden Teardrops, a subterranean cocktail bar that opened late last year in Chicago.
In Summer’s Heat, Lighter Cocktails Keep You on Your Feet

In Summer’s Heat, Lighter Cocktails Keep You on Your Feet

Chantal Tseng, the bartender at the Reading Room in Washington, D.C., where nearly half the drinks on the menu are low in alcohol.
Whatever the Cocktail, They’re Ordering It With Mezcal

Whatever the Cocktail, They’re Ordering It With Mezcal

Patrons of the Rochester bar Good Luck have asked for mezcal in place of rum in daiquiris, and instead of gin in gimlets and the Corpse Reviver No. 2.
There’s a Reason You’re Drinking So Much Aperol Spritz

There’s a Reason You’re Drinking So Much Aperol Spritz

An Aperol spritz at Barawine, in Harlem. The cocktail is enjoying a surge of popularity.
There’s a Reason You’re Drinking So Much Aperol Spritz

There’s a Reason You’re Drinking So Much Aperol Spritz

An Aperol spritz at Barawine, in Harlem. The cocktail is enjoying a surge of popularity.
Deep in the Birthplace of Cuban Rum and the Daiquiri

Deep in the Birthplace of Cuban Rum and the Daiquiri

Eduardo Corona, center, is a bartender at El Traguito, a bar below the Museo del Ron in Santiago de Cuba.