Archive for Sarah Baird
Talking rum with one fervent collector.
This bar owner thinks people are serving them too cold.
Introducing The Strangers Club.
The man behind Anvil and others gets extra serious.
Joy the Baker will show you the way.
So many kinds of not overrated.
The power of food to affect a bartender and their bar program.
The team behind Chicago’s Ladies’ Room talks teeny.
A few of the best flamers out there tell you how.
Barcelona’s Diego Baud lays it all out there.
Jen Gregory explains why.
Six drinks meant for every moment from morning to nightfall.
Handy takeaways from a (very) traveling bartender.
Time to get down with good-time squash.
The man behind The Catahoula bar tells all.
Our reporter heads north to get cozy with juniper.
It’s rough in all the right ways.
A small tweak gives this brandy drink a French accent.
Bacardi Legacy winner Gn Chan lays it all out.
Hint: Don’t. Serve. Sushi.
A good drink is about so much more than the liquid.
Tips and tricks from the Campo de Encanto pisco co-founder.
Joy Perrine talks the brown-stuff talk.
He talks about an underrated part of the bar world.
Organic. Sustainable. See how it goes down.
The Scottsdale bartender knows a thing or two about reinvention.
Pay close attention, comrade.
Photographer Liz Barclay knows the tricks. And she’s sharing them.
Make the most of your proximity to the water.
Above the clouds. And with a great drink in hand.
It’s a marathon. Not a sprint.
There are things to do. And not do.
You can call them Shandies. Or you can just call them delicious.
The Professor is ideal for those completely green to mixing cocktails who want something light for summer.
The Stone’s Shandy is made with ruby-red-infused vodka to make this Shandy a spirit-driven delight.
The Coppa Shandy is a version of a Shandy with Chartreuse.
Three recipes for a tipsy, creamy endgame.
The Cocktail & Sons mastermind talks about what it takes to succeed with a new product line.
It’s a precarious time in Mexico for tequila and its cousins.
The owner of multiple Denver properties shares his well-earned knowledge.
The co-owner of Death & Co, Honeycut and a bunch of other spots spills the beans.
These days, Barcelona = gin. These weekend day drinks prove it.
Here’s the 411 on Dutch gin.
Seattle’s Anu Elford knows that being a good bartender means being a balanced human.
Avery Glasser knows a thing or two about bringing good products into the marketplace.
These under-the-radar liqueurs perfectly cap off a night and settle the tummy.
Icehouses are the Texas way to drink beer outside.
It might be more complicated than you think.
Parades are fun and all. But sometimes you need to duck into somewhere a little less crazy.
The beverage consultant offers tips on building a more sustainable bar.
Naomi Levy of Boston’s Eastern Standard on savings, investing and paying yourself first.
These spirits and liqueurs don’t just smell like a forest.
They know what they’re talking about. Pay attention.
St. George Spirits’ brand ambassador shares tricks of the trade.
From coast to coast, brandy is getting some long-deserved love by American distillers.
Because it’s more fun to be drinking while watching reruns of Christmas classics.
Après ski is best with something warming to take the edge off.
Larry Rice of Louisville's Silver Dollar talks about how the right tunes are an essential part of the bar experience.
The man behind a few beloved D.C. bars spills the beans.