Carbonating and bottling your own cocktails wasn’t always as prevalent as it is now. I learned this from some friends at Aviary in Chicago and once I felt confident enough to share it, I put it out there for everyone to use. It’s a fun little project and I still use it at home and | Read More
Since I’d been working with used Hudson whiskey barrels to age our cocktails at the bar, Tuthilltown Spirits graciously invited me out to collaborate on some barrel-aged cocktails with them in Upstate New York. Beautiful area and great great people, it was a really fun project to work on.
Back in January of 2011 I was invited to be a part of the Tequila Interchange Project. We spent a week experiencing distilleries, libraries, regulatory offices, and even the private homes of tequila producers in an effort to connect bartenders with the culture and heritage of traditionally produced tequila. So this is just a short | Read More
Here’s one of the very first cocktail videos I ever made: in a series with our friends at Imbibe Magazine. Look how young I was! Look at my little vest and tie! But in all seriousness it’s still a solid primer on the basics of shaking versus stirring, and a visual representation of why we | Read More