FEW Distillery Looks to Change the Game


FEW seems to have embraced that uniqueness, and it looks like they’re forging their own path in a world of mountebank distillers scrambling for the claim of “small batch” and “craft” distilling.

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The Bar Napkin, featuring The Drying Pole


May 15, 2010 (Day 105) — The Drying Pole Welcome to the fourth week of The Bar Napkin, the weekly feature where Cocktails 365 interviews an honest-to-God bartender or person in the booze business, then we make one of their signature drinks! So far we’ve covered my hometown, Chicago and Toronto. Now, we head west […]

The Bar Napkin, featuring the Stiletto Tar-tini


May 8, 2010 (Day 98) — Stiletto Tar-tini Week three, you’re up! No pushing, shoving or kicks to the back of the shins, you got that? You’ve waited for your turn, now you’re up. That’s right, it’s the third week of The Bar Napkin, where I feature one real member of the cocktail world to […]

The Bar Napkin, featuring The Naked Martini


May 1, 2010 (Day 91) — The Naked Martini Therapist. Friend. Psychologist. Theologian. Entertainer. Scientist. Artist. Mixologist. The bartender. It’s a unique job. Few other occupations pit you with the elite of society and the downtrodden off the street. In one night you may handle someone who’s riding the high of their life, followed by […]

Special Guest Science Post!


My brother’s girlfriend and fellow booze hound, Shannon — who sent me the link that inspired my Ramos Gin Fizz — sent me a message this morning. She and some of her friends recently had a tasting, to talk a little bit about “breathing” and “bruising.” Here’s the thing. She goes to Yale. And she’s […]