In 1867, two formidable drinkers went head-to-head to see who could finish more Whiskey Cocktails. The winner’s tally should never be challenged.
Our columnist profiles the famed Louisville, Kentucky, bartender who worked in some of the city’s finest private clubs and played an important role in the Navy during World War II.
This time of year, our columnist normally enjoys big bowls of punch with friends. This year, he suggests skipping the party and dropping off bottled drinks instead.
Our columnist looks back at the tradition of treating voters to booze and the connection between elections and drinking.
The practice of aging liquor on the water goes back hundreds of years when producers needed to ship their barrels to customers around the world.
Legendary marathon runner Bill Rodgers popularized this ’70s vodka cocktail, but was it originally made with rum?
Our columnist shares his personal recipes and techniques for making 14 delicious cocktails ahead of time.
Our columnist loves Independence Day but this year he won’t be holding his usual punch party. Find out what he’ll be doing instead.
For 75 straight nights, our columnist made drinks and entertained his Twitter followers. This is what he learned.
From the bubonic plague to cholera to tuberculosis, people have sought spirited remedies for a range of serious conditions. But did any of these concoctions work?