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Craft Spirits

Author: Eric Grossman

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1465454985

Category: Cooking

Page: 224

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The first book to combine reference and practical how-to information from the most pioneering distillers around the world, and the first global catalog with photographs of every important craft spirit. Small-batch artisan spirits have arrived in a big way, with micro-distillery start-ups hitting record levels around the world and hand-crafted spirits crowding the top shelf. From vodka to rum to moonshine and more, Craft Spirits is your guide to which spirits to try and which pioneering distillers to watch. Craft Spirits will bring out your inner mixologist with cocktail recipes for each spirit it features, and will inspire you to shake or stir your own unique signature cocktail. Tasting notes, step-by-step advice, and profiles of the key micro-distilleries in every category make this book a must-have for enthusiasts. Highlighting more than 250 of the most important craft spirits, Craft Spirits is the first book of its kind, and author Eric Grossman, a key influencer within the industry, brings his knowledge of craft spirits and international cocktail trends to its pages.

Still & Barrel

Craft Spirits in the Old North State

Author: John Francis Trump

Publisher: John F. Blair, Publisher

ISBN: 0895876841

Category: Cooking

Page: 200

View: 8876

In Still & Barrel, Trump traces the history of manufacturing moonshine whiskey, gin, vodka, and rum in the state all the way to today’s boom from the artisan movement. The book also serves as a guide so you can visit the almost 50 distilleries that are now in business. The state’s distillers are not just making moonshine. Their wares include rum—from sorghum and molasses—aged red-wheat organic whiskey and vodka infused with the mysterious Tobago pepper. The information about the distillers and their products is surrounded by history and compelling stories about people and their passion.

Distilled in Maine

A History of Libations, Temperance & Craft Spirits

Author: Kate McCarty

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1625853289

Category: History

Page: 176

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Early Maine ran on sweet and fiery New England rum. Later, rapid industrial advances and ever-present drinking opportunities made daily life unnecessarily hazardous. Overindulgence triggered a severe backlash, a fierce temperance movement and eighty-two years of prohibition in the Pine Tree State. While the coastal state never really dried out, the Maine Law sent both serious and social drinking under the table for the better part of a century. Liquor crafted in Maine has slowly and quietly remade itself into a respected drink, imbued with history and representing the best of the state's ingenuity and self-reliance. Contemporary distillers across the state are concocting truly local spirits while creative bartenders are mixing the new and old, bringing back the art of a fine drink. Join Portland food writer Kate McCarty on a spirited romp through the evolution of Maine's relationship with alcohol.

Long Island Food

A History from Family Farms & Oysters to Craft Spirits

Author: T.W. Barritt

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1625853718

Category: Cooking

Page: 192

View: 9209

Beyond its crowded highways, Long Island serves up a plentiful, eclectic bounty with a side of history. Enticing appetites from Nassau to Montauk, food writer and Long Island native T.W. Barritt explores how immigrant families built a still thriving agricultural community, producing everything from crunchy pickles and hearty potatoes to succulent Long Island duckling. Experience the rise and fall of Long Island’s bustling oyster industry and its reemergence today. And meet the modern-day pioneers—in community agriculture, wine, cheese, fine dining and craft spirits—who are reinventing Long Island’s food landscape and shaping a delicious future.

Labels and Bottles of the Craft Spirits Industry

Author: Bill Owens

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780982405581

Category: Cooking

Page: 203

View: 8590

There is nothing that outwardly conveys the identity of a craft distilled spirit more than its label. It is the calling card that gives the consumer a hint about what is inside the bottle. And it speaks volumes about the individuality of the distillery, the distiller who made it, and why. It is in the frontier between strict federal legal requirements and the limits of tired, traditional post-Prohibition labels where an unprecedented creativity in label design is now occurring. It is quite an exciting time in the distilled spirits industry as there are now well over 254 craft distilleries in the United States. As more distilleries are added to that list, we will continue to see a surge in creativity in both the products produced and the labels designed to grace the front of each bottle.

Brooklyn Spirits

Craft Distilling and Cocktails from the World's Hippest Borough

Author: Peter Thomas Fornatale,Chris Wertz

Publisher: Power House Books

ISBN: 9781576877050

Category: Cooking

Page: 270

View: 2170

Looks at twelve Brooklyn craft distilleries and offers cocktail recipes that use their products and pay tribute to the borough and its history.

Discovering The New York Craft Spirits Boom

Author: Heather Dolland

Publisher: Waldorf Publishing

ISBN: 1634432614

Category: Cooking

Page: 148

View: 1298

All The Tastes of New York introduces us to the new movement, of “Farm to Glass” through new book, “Discovering the New York Craft Spirits Boom”. The book shares the stories of 30 New York craft spirit distillers, their journey to success, and their emphasis on using locally grown products. It is an intimate look into each of their struggles, triumphs, and the decision to embark upon this journey. Distillers that distill spirits such as Whiskey, Bourbon, Gin, Vodka and much more! This book has already been endorsed by Alexander Smalls-Restaurateur-Executive Chef at Minton's & The Cecil, Ray Foley-Founder and Editor Bartender Magazine, Tommy Tardie - Owner at The Flatiron Room, Warren Bobrow-Author/Cook/Barman/ Spirits Consultant, to list a few!

Craft Whisky

Old Spirits, New Traditions

Author: Chip Tate

Publisher: Whitman Publishing

ISBN: 9780794840525

Category: Cooking

Page: N.A

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"People don't normally think of Texas when they think of whisky," says Chip Tate, founder and head distiller at Balcones Distillery. "We are creating a new tradition, not just making a spirit." Tate's passion for local sourcing, community-building, and personally creating works of distilled art that he shares with lucky enthusiasts nationwide has been compared to the early-1970s culinary revolution started by California chef Waters and Panisse. Craft of artisanal distilling is a growing segment of the American scene, with some excellent small-batch spirits coming out of surprising places like Waco, Texas. Chip Tate is the perfect guide for your exploration of this scene: Balcones Distillery has shaken up the competition by winning international awards over long-established distilleries in Scotland and America alike. Tate's sharp opinions, offering bold new ideas but with one foot planted firmly in the field's rich past, give you an introduction to the world of craft distilling.

Bay Area Cocktails: A History of Culture, Community and Craft

Author: Shanna Farrell

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1467137537

Category: COOKING

Page: 160

View: 353

An American invention, the cocktail fluctuated in popularity following Prohibition and had firmly taken root in the culinary landscape by the 1990s. The Bay Area played a significant role in reviving it--as much as New York and London. From the distillers who pioneered craft spirits and Alice Waters' revolutionary take on simple, fresh food at Chez Panisse to the bartenders who cared enough to grow a dedicated cocktail community, this is the story of how the Bay Area shaped the art of elevated drinking in America. Through oral history interviews and recipes, author Shanna Farrell chronicles the narrative history of the modern cocktail renaissance.

By the Smoke and the Smell

My Search for the Rare and Sublime on the Spirits Trail

Author: Thad Vogler

Publisher: Ten Speed Press

ISBN: 0399578617

Category: Cooking

Page: 304

View: 7257

In By the Smoke & the Smell, spirits expert Thad Vogler takes readers around the world, celebrating the vivid characters who produce hand-made spirits like rum, scotch, cognac, and mezcal. From the mountains of Mexico and the forbidden distilleries of Havana, to the wilds of Scotland and the pastoral corners of France and beyond, this adventure will change how you think about your drink. Thad Vogler, owner of San Francisco’s acclaimed Bar Agricole and Trou Normand, is one of the most important people in the beverage industry today. He’s a man on a mission to bring “grower spirits”—spirits with provenance, made in the traditional way by individuals rather than by mass conglomerates—to the public eye, before they disappear completely. We care so much about the food we eat: how it is made, by whom, and where. Yet we are far less careful about the spirits we drink, often allowing the biggest brands with the most marketing dollars to control the narrative. In By the Smoke and the Smell, Vogler is here to set the record straight. This remarkable memoir is the first book to ask the tough questions about the booze industry: where our spirits come from, who makes them, and at what cost. By the Smoke and the Smell is also a celebration of the people and places behind the most singular, life-changing spirits on earth. Vogler takes us to Normandy, where we drink calvados with lovable Vikings; to Cuba, a country where Vogler lived for a time, and that has so much more to offer than cigars, classic cars, and mojitos; to the jagged cliffs and crystal-clear lochs of Scotland; to Northern Ireland, Oaxaca, Armagnac, Cognac, Kentucky, and California. Alternately hilarious and heartfelt, Vogler’s memoir will open your eyes to the rich world of traditional, small-scale distilling—and in the process, it will completely change the way you think about and buy spirits.

Distilling the South

A Guide to Southern Craft Liquors and the People Who Make Them

Author: Kathleen Purvis

Publisher: UNC Press Books

ISBN: 1469640627

Category: Cooking

Page: 208

View: 772

Intrepid Kathleen Purvis traveled extensively throughout the South to create this first-ever guide to the region's burgeoning craft-liquor movement, capturing her journey in the creation of six original Liquor Trails. As fascinating as the craft itself are the distillers' experiences and backstories. Purvis chronicles them with verve and insight, bringing her knowledge of southern foodways and traditions to bear on the flourishing of the distiller's art. She shows how new entrepreneurs, part of the all-American food and drink renaissance, are positioning themselves to find both the inspiration and land ranging from West Virginia to Louisiana for their farm- or farm-ingredients-based distilleries. They are creating new and sought-after bourbons, whiskies, rums, gins, and much more. Their cordials are flavored with pumpkins, raspberries, peaches, and other local products; not long ago, a West Virginian's black walnut liqueur won the prize for the best nut cordial at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition. Driven by legacy and passion, today's distillers are creating a new southern tradition--one that you can now explore with an inimitable writer. Each Liquor Trail covers one or several states and features particularly worthy distilleries that Purvis has personally selected. The trails also feature maps, a complete listing of distilleries in each territory, on-site photographs, and some dynamite drink recipes direct from the distillers.

Craft Spirit Tasting Journal

Discover the Pleasure of Artisan Spirits

Author: Diane H Topkis

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780996766111

Category: Cooking

Page: 208

View: 744

There's a whole new breed of artisan distillers ready to ignite your love of spirits and cocktails. Use this journal to understand the essentials of spirit tasting and record your experiences - distillery, spirit, cocktails. Compile your own tasting notes for over 140 spirits. Collect cocktail recipes. Grab a glass. Take a sip. Enjoy!

Mezcal

The History, Craft & Cocktails of the World's Ultimate Artisanal Spirit

Author: Emma Janzen

Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN)

ISBN: 0760352615

Category: Cooking

Page: 240

View: 4108

-Produced in nine Mexican states, mezcal has gained popularity among north-of-the-border cocktailians who have come to appreciate the complexity and tradition of this smoky, flavorful spirit. Mezcal can be made from any of fifty varieties of agave that are often harvested in the wild, and always roasted prior to fermentation, then ground with stones and animal power, and distilled in clay or copper pots. It is truly the most artisanal of spirits. The varieties of agave and the variations in manufacturing processes yield complexities not found in mezcal's more common cousin, tequila (which by law is made only from blue agave). For these reasons, enthusiasts make cogent arguments that mezcal is more akin to wine, with considerations such as varietals and terroir coming into play. Not to mention that the majority of this that's spirit available in the US is still produced using small-batch methods handed down for centuries. Mezcal brings you a smartly written and beautifully produced primer on mezcal history and production, as a well as a guide to twenty-plus of the most common agave varietals used in production, and a tasting guide, complete with room for your own notes. It doesn't stop there, though: the expertly curated recipe section offers up a selection of over forty craft cocktails that take advantage of mezcal's unique qualities. Throughout, author Emma Janzen, the digital editor at Imbibe magazine and a mezcal devotee, busts mezcal myths, unravels its mysteries, interviews producers, before disclosing tasting tips readers won't find elsewhere---

Craft Distilling

Making Liquor Legally at Home

Author: Victoria Redhed Miller

Publisher: New Society Publishers

ISBN: 1550926047

Category: House & Home

Page: 224

View: 7479

Craft Beverages and Tourism, Volume 1

The Rise of Breweries and Distilleries in the United States

Author: Carol Kline,Susan L. Slocum,Christina T. Cavaliere

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319498525

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 187

View: 330

This two-volume set examines the strong connection between craft beverages and tourism, presenting cutting-edge research in partnership with breweries, distilleries, and cideries. While wine, food, and culinary tourism have traditionally dominated destination markets, interest in craft beverages has gained momentum across the US and overseas with local markets quickly recognizing the growing craft beverage movement. Through the eyes of tourism scholars, brewers, and travelers, these two volumes explore the landscape of craft beer opportunities in non-traditional settings, and recognize the potential for future economic, socio-cultural, and environmental sustainability. Craft Beverages and Tourism, Volume 1: The Rise of Breweries and Distilleries in the United States is an inclusive and overarching examination of the US craft beverage phenomenon within a larger context of international beverage tourism. It outlines the current practice and research scope of craft beer, cider, and spirits as well as the sustainable development of destinations revolving around craft beverage. Through literature reviews, case studies, and general exploration, this volume advances marketing, hospitality, and leisure studies research for academics, industry experts, and emerging entrepreneurs.

Death & Co

Modern Classic Cocktails, with More than 500 Recipes

Author: David Kaplan,Nick Fauchald,Alex Day

Publisher: Ten Speed Press

ISBN: 1607745267

Category: Cooking

Page: 320

View: 7006

The definitive guide to the contemporary craft cocktail movement, from one of the highest-profile, most critically lauded, and influential bars in the world. Death & Co is the most important, influential, and oft-imitated bar to emerge from the contemporary craft cocktail movement. Since its opening in 2006, Death & Co has been a must-visit destination for serious drinkers and cocktail enthusiasts, and the winner of every major industry award—including America’s Best Cocktail Bar and Best Cocktail Menu at the Tales of the Cocktail convention. Boasting a supremely talented and creative bar staff—the best in the industry—Death & Co is also the birthplace of some of the modern era’s most iconic drinks, such as the Oaxaca Old-Fashioned, Naked and Famous, and the Conference. Destined to become a definitive reference on craft cocktails, Death & Co features more than 500 of the bar’s most innovative and sought-after cocktails. But more than just a collection of recipes, Death & Co is also a complete cocktail education, with information on the theory and philosophy of drink making, a complete guide to buying and using spirits, and step-by-step instructions for mastering key bartending techniques. Filled with beautiful, evocative photography; illustrative charts and infographics; and colorful essays about the characters who fill the bar each night; Death & Co—like its namesake bar—is bold, elegant, and setting the pace for mixologists around the world. From the Hardcover edition.

Whiskey Business

How Small-Batch Distillers Are Transforming American Spirits

Author: Tom Acitelli

Publisher: Chicago Review Press

ISBN: 1613734611

Category: Cooking

Page: 352

View: 997

Discover the underdog story of the improbable rise of small-batch distilling in America. This bracingly written, fast-paced work traces the relationship of Americans to spirits such as bourbon, scotch, vodka, gin, and rum. And it presents the full story of a plucky band of entrepreneurs who disrupted the nation's conception of how those libations could appear and taste—and how much they could cost. Acitelli weaves the unlikely triumph of the small-batch distilling movement into other major trends, including a neo-Prohibitionism that nearly croaked the entire thing, America's re-embrace of cocktails, and the twin rises of craft beer and fine wine. He also expertly delves into the controversies currently wracking American spirits, ones that threaten to tank the movement at the moment of what should be its greatest triumph.

Colonial Spirits

A Toast to Our Drunken History

Author: Steven Grasse

Publisher: Abrams

ISBN: 1613122217

Category: Cooking

Page: 224

View: 1807

In Colonial Spirits, Steven Grasse presents a historical manifesto on drinking, including 50 colonial era– inspired cocktail recipes. The book features a rousing timeline of colonial imbibing and a cultural overview of a dizzying number of drinks: beer, rum and punch; temperance drinks; liqueurs and cordials; medicinal beverages; cider; wine, whiskey, and bourbon—all peppered with liquored-up adages from our founding fathers. There is also expert guidance on DIY methods for home brewing. Imbibe your way through each chapter, with recipes like the Philadelphia Fish House Punch (a crowd pleaser!) and Snakebites (drink alone!). Hot beer cocktails and rattle skulls have never been so completely irresistible.

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