Digital IPA is a craft beer with QR coded labels that direct fans to the beer's full recipe so they can mix up their own home-brewed version.
A frozen bellini on a stick! Who says summer is over?
Refreshing with a little spice, a Labor Day cocktail made with watermelon, Thai chili, and Brugal Extra Dry
Blackberry Vodka Sangria is a delicious summer and fall cocktail with red wine, vodka, and blackberries.
Stars and Stripes - Red, White & Blue Layered Shot, like magic the layers separate. Want to know the secret?
Cucumber Margarita with the perfect splash of tequila to help cool off.
Luchador bottle openers!
Spiked Strawberry Lemonade
Serious Eats rounds up the best places to drink cocktails outside in NYC
Bermuda Rum Swizzle — The Drink That Inspired the Swizzle Stick
This week’s delectable roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious includes Angry birds pig macarons, Dark Chocolate And Hazelnut Cinnamon Rolls and Vermontucky Lemonade.
Saw this silicone wine cap/aerator gadget at a wine festival - totally getting one of these Haley's Corker thingies for home!
Thanks to Ernest Hemingway, there's a cocktail to drink during Hurricane Issac.
Have gin, will travel. A roving bicycle bar hits the streets of London.
Cucumber Gimlet with Mint
Rhubarb and Rose Ramos Gin Fizz from Food52
Orange Mojito with low cal mint syrup
Age is just a number. Jason Wilson on why older doesn't always mean better when it comes to whiskey (in the newly launched Table Matters).
The El Diablo - a tequila long drink from the 1940's that hasn't lost its appeal
Hurricane Party cocktails just in time for Hurricane Isaac, including the Traditional Hurricane recipe and the Classic Painkiller Recipe made famous at the Soggy Dollar Bar
Sip on this jammy blueberry-lavender gin gimlet.
Tropical Orange Breeze cocktail with orange, pineapple, and a little fizz.
Perfect Pitcher Drink Recipe for Summer: Sparkling Watermelon Sangria
A mojito using Meyer lemons rather than the traditional limes.
Saveur shares the Mélisse Whiskey Sour, a bourbon cocktail with subtle vanilla notes and a meringue-like pillow of foam on top.
Lincoln County ~ a large batch Boulavardier recipe made with charcoal. Yep, charcoal. Bon Appetit says it's tasty and there's nothing to fear.
PDT Project: The Aviation was created by Hugo Ensslin in 1916 pairing gin with lemon, Maraschino and creme de violette
Sangrita is the perfect companion for your sipping tequila.
Gin & Berries Cocktail - A tasty concoction of strawberries, blueberries, honey, orange blossom water, lemons and Hendrick’s gin.
Adult Grasshopper Milkshake
20 Unusual Ways to Use Vodka (besides cocktails!)
With only 250 bottles produced, Jefferson's Ocean is a very rare bourbon but absolutely worth seeking out.
Pineapple Upside Down Cake...in jello shot form.
Saturday is National Whiskey Sour Day.... let's put on some red lipstick, dust off our Jack Daniels and celebrate with this classic!
The joy of owning a juicer? Delicious boozy fruit cocktails... presenting the berry mimosa!
Orange and pineapple syrup - perfect with crushed ice, soda water & vodka | Adeline & Lumiere
Ice Cream Syrup that's a little naughty... Guinness Syrup!
Intrigued by Mighty Girl's Avocado Bourbon shake!
Colorado Peach Bellinis from the latest venture by Denver Bronco's ex quarterback John Elway at Elway's Vail.
Vermontucky Lemonade -- a summer chiller of zingy, fresh-squeezed lemon, maple syrup and bourbon. best enjoyed pool-side!
The Piña Colada Cocktail — The Perfect Drink for a Weekend Escape
caperberry cocktail party - three recipes using the tasty caperberry!
This week’s delectable roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious includes Bacon & Eggs Chocolate Candy, a Slow-Motion, Gravity-Defying Dessert and The Summer Hoedown.
Muddle fresh peaches with whiskey and sweetener, and then top with club soda for a peach cocktail that tastes just like spiked peach iced tea!
Anouk Wipprecht’s cocktail-making dress. Wipprecht, a Dutch fashion designer, joined hacker Marius Kintel and sculptor Jane Tingley to create a revolutionary “biomechanic hybrid cocktail robot” getup.