While it would be lovely to ignore the negative effects of alcohol, knowledge can only ever be empowering. So go, interact with this new data viz, and maybe gain a little perspective.
Ordering a drink at a busy bar: The DE man has time on his side and a queue does not phase him. The DE man stands out from the crowd so never has to wait long.
Alcohol and fashion go hand-in-hand pretty tidily. Case in point: this here Maison Kitsuné print collaboration with Pernod Absinthe.
Taken from the delightful Smith Journal, ‘grower, gatherer, hunter and cook’ Rowan Anderson builds his own Smokehouse. And it’s a thing of beauty.
A boozy data viz print of every variety of alcohol, from fermented concoctions to distilled delights.
Pretzels and Beer? Scotch and Cigar? How can cupcakes like these not be divinity edibly-incarnate?
Zubrowka and Bizon fight for the bison grass crown. Is it a case of two being company? Or a crowd?
Perfume and booze have been getting pretty friendly over the last few years. And this stunning short documentary is only going to help the would be alco-perfumer.
I hereby resolve never to sup again from a beer that is not canned, flat of top and bereft of ring pull or opening mechanism of any sort.
Once more has the humble American mason jar raised its head in the cocktail world. And once more is it a joy and pleasure to behold. And, yes, once more do we want one.
At some level, we can’t help but respect the Ikea-ish Bar10der’s Swiss Army approach to combatting the entire gamut of problems that the bartending world could possibly ever throw at you.
Liquid tears are for rookies. When real men cry, we shed pure, solid, smoke-infused salt. Don’t believe us? Buy some (it stands up splendidly on the rim of a Margarita).
It’s funny the way ideas resonate simultaneously. Take this new range of singe estate gins from Master of Malt and a recent discussion on terroir. Dirt on the mind, it seems.
The whole of the U.S. condensed to a mere 9-bar bar crawl? Thank the good Leslie Pariseau over at GQ. And then go and see who made the cut…
Director David Lynn’s short, Shanghai Debut, takes on the Maker Film for Hennessy V.S.O.P. Elegant, evocative, and all about booze.
Shrimpy’s, the latest pop-up from Bistrotheque, has three interesting things going for it: long-term transience, its Ruscha-esque signage, and the entirely fictitious Shrimpy himself.
Bartenders are real people too. And now many of LA’s bar-types are getting a chance to flex their creative, non-liquid muscles. All real bartenders. All real artists.
While we could muster something about this inspirational work of beer-art, it’s probably best to let it speak for itself. Plus, the chaps over at Kegworks got to the Paul Simon gag first.
Dark, brooding, luxurious, and with a leather-clad hip flask. Plus it comes in its own tidy-looking chest. Yespleaseandthankyou.
£1000. And it can’t be a cocktail. This has to be one of the more interesting cocktail competitions to date. And it’s from a boutique brand that we love. Well, that’s handy…
Ironic videos might well abound, poking fun at revivalism. But this Portlandia video is just genius. So wax your ‘tache, hand-carve an ice-cube, then crank up the volume and enjoy.
Whisky from the future. Now beer from the past. Is the scientific recreation of a 170 year old beer from remains found in a sunken ship foolish or fascinating?
Beer makes you smart. Fact. (Well, sort-of-fact.) But it does a whole lot more than even that. Don’t believe us?
Sometimes it’s your keys you can’t find. Sometimes it’s the way back home. And sometimes you just need to find the nearest whisk(e)y distillery.
The folks at Massive Health break down the wheres, whats, whens, hows and with whoms that drive our food consumption.
It has long been known that one’s bar order speaks volumes about you. And now there are numbers and pictures to prove it.
The humble mason’s jar, beloved from Williamsburg to Dalson, goes convertible. Need a take-away coffee cup? How about an open source speaker system? Ball’s have it covered…