There’s no place like these seven inspiring home bars.
BONUS: Check out a few more amazing home bars.
An ever-evolving drinks culture awaits in the Paris of the Plains.
RECIPE: Klarer Glüwein
In biodynamics, the moon, the stars and a flock of sheep have everything to do with your glass of wine
BONUS: Get tips for picking a great biodynamic wine.
With brews as bold as their business plans, U.S. brewers are inspiring a new breed of international beer makers.
Bean-to-bar chocolate makers are putting the craft back in cocoa.
BONUS: Learn about the journey of cacao from bean to bar.
BONUS: See the delicious results of collaborations between boutique chocolate makers and coffee roasters.
A Swedish punsch, where to go for steamy hot toddies, and Ruth Reichl on memorable meals and the perfect Martini.
RECIPE: Waits and Measures
RECIPE: Phoenix Down
RECIPE: Spiced Rum Toddy
RECIPE: Presbyterian Toddy
David Wondrich tells the tale of Joe Redding’s Julep.
Bowing to barrel-aged porters.
Stir like a pro with our favorite barspoons.
BONUS: Get tips for stirring cocktails and choosing a barspoon.
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RECIPE: Francis the Mule
RECIPE: The Beccaccino
RECIPE: Black Forest
RECIPE: White Russian
Phil Farrell wears his eccentricity—and his rubber chickens—on his belt, but his love for beer is no joke.
BONUS: Read more about Phil Farrell in our fun Q&A.
Easy homemade vermouth makes a splash in cocktail and wine glasses.
Philadelphia’s bean scene is on a roll with Rival Bros Coffee.
A chocolate mousse pie gets dosed with coffee and rum.
Plying the uneasy earth with an offering of wine in a post-earthquake Chile.
Doctor Cocktail, Joe Redding’s Julep, Dark Horse, Johnny Hammersticks, Occam’s Razor, Girl From Cadiz, Bitter Old Coot, Marauder of 15th Street, Homemade Vermouth
Chocolate Mousse Jar Pie