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Drink Science with Team Lyan: The Best Way to Carbonate Your Cocktail

The White Lyan team offers advice and recipes for a step-by-step guide to carbonating cocktails at home.

Where Did the Straw Actually Come From?

In part a product of necessity, the straw was designed with the Mint Julep and Sherry Cobbler in mind, two classic drinks traditionally built over mounds of ice.

How the East Coast Won the Battle for the IPA

In less than a half-decade, the unique style of hazy, juicy, barely bitter IPA associated with the east coast has overtaken its west coast counterpart.

Three-Drink Minimum: Bartending with Abigail Gullo

In “Three-Drink Minimum,” we take a look at the drink-making style of some of our favorite bartenders, in three cocktails. Here, Abigail Gullo on her favorite Daiquiri riff, a maple syrup-laced sour and a bitter, boozy Manhattan by way of Sicily.

The Making of the Mouth-Numbing King Buzzo

Austin Hartman’s King Buzzo cocktail pairs tequila with lime acid, sparkling rosé and “buzz buttons.”

Five Fresh Takes on the Beer Can Cocktail

The built-in-can cocktail, or “dressed can,” allows plenty of room for experimentation. Here, five bartenders offer everything from an insta-shandy to a loaded Tecate by way of Japan.
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Inside the Wine Cellar at Union Square Cafe

At Union Square Cafe, wine director Jason Wagner is putting his stamp on a New York classic. Here, five bottles that define the list.

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Our Favorite Pink Drinks by Style

Here, recipes for our favorite crimson-hued cocktails, from the classic Clover Club to the Cosmopolitan, plus frozen rosé and more.

The Search for Greatness in Saint-Joseph Syrah

As top appellations in the northern Rhône grow prohibitively expensive, winemakers have turned their attentions to less anointed sites, like Saint-Joseph.

Does a Bar Have to Go Global to Stay Relevant?

The pop-up cocktail bar has gone from occasional incident to top-tier requisite. Robert Simonson on the roots of this trend—and why it shows no sign of slowing.
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Navigating Today’s New England-Style IPA Boom

Aaron Goldfarb and a panel of tasters find five standout bottles in a lineup of hazy, juicy New England-style IPAs.

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The Last Pulque Dons of Apan

A milky, pre-Hispanic brew, pulque—once Mexico’s most prized alcoholic beverage—is amid a revival. Michael Snyder and Andrea Tejeda Korkowski journey to its historic capital in search of pulque’s remaining artisans.

The Punch A-Z

Orgeat

(n.): A sweet almond-based syrup flavored with orange flower water. French in origin, it is used as a cocktail mixer in many classic drinks, such as the Mai Tai, the Scorpion and the Japanese Cocktail. As commercial versions can be laden with high-fructose corn syrup and lack the slightly creamy texture of the best versions, […]

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