Our columnist refuses to use the term to describe spirits. Read on for his argument.
Wayne Curtis is the author of And a Bottle of Rum: A History of the New World in Ten Cocktails and writes about spirits and cocktails for many publications.
More than 30 states are now allowing some form of to-go cocktail, while their proverbial home, New Orleans, just started banning them. We break down what’s going on.
Despite decades of faux nostalgia, the term “plantation” is inextricably linked to the horrors of slavery and our columnist argues it should be retired.
Before returning to bars, you may want to reconsider your drinking style with help from a 1536 German manual written by a poet.
The federal regulations defining vodka get a makeover. But will this change what’s in the bottle?
Our columnist pits eight of his favorite drinks books against each other in an attempt to find the most useful one for sheltering-in-place.
Our columnist talked to bar owners and bartenders across the country about the steps and measures that will need to take place in order to reopen bars in the post-pandemic world.
After weeks of quarantine, our columnist misses the comfort and camaraderie of sharing stories in bars.
Faced with the rapidly spreading coronavirus, distillers across America have started to make hand sanitizer, but how long can they continue to do it?
New York bars are trying to stay solvent by selling to-go drinks. Our columnist talks to bar owners about the success of these efforts.