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The renowned cocktail bible, fully revised and updated by the legendary bartender who set off the cocktail craze—featuring over brand-new recipes, all-new photography, and an up-to-date history of the cocktail. The Craft of the Cocktail was the first real cookbook for cocktails when it first published in , and it has had a remarkable influence on bartending.
With this new edition, the original gets a delicious update, bringing expertise from Dale DeGroff, the father of craft cocktails, to the modern bar for a new generation of cocktail enthusiasts.
DeGroff provides consulting and bar training to beverage companies, hotels, and leading restaurants throughout the… More about Dale DeGroff. Also available from:. Available from:. Hardcover —. Add to Cart. About The New Craft of the Cocktail The renowned cocktail bible, fully revised and updated by the legendary bartender who set off the cocktail craze—featuring over brand-new recipes, all-new photography, and an up-to-date history of the cocktail.
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The Craft of the Cocktail: Everything You Need to Know to Be a Master Bartender, with 500 Recipes
Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? The first real cookbook for cocktails, featuring recipes from the world's premier mixologist, Dale DeGroff. Covering the entire breadth of this rich subject, The Craft of the Cocktail provides much more than merely the same old recipes: it delves into history, personalities, and anecdotes; it shows you how to set up a bar, master important techniques, and use tools correctly; and it delivers unique concoctions, many featuring DeGroff's signature use of fresh juices, as well as all the classics. It begins with the history of spirits, how they're made but without too much boring science , the development of the mixed drink, and the culture it created, all drawn from DeGroff's vast library of vintage cocktail books. Then on to stocking the essential bar, choosing the right tools and ingredients, and mastering key techniques--the same information that DeGroff shares with the bartenders he trains in seminars and through his videos.
The New Craft of the Cocktail
The cocktail revival is now pretty long in the tooth. As for the rest of us, a lot has changed—and changed quickly. That time warp goes for cocktail writing as well. In recent years, a number of the seminal works on cocktail and spirits history that were written in the s began to read like they were, well, written in the s. In other words, a lot has happened behind bars and in distilleries in the past decade, leaving once-authoritative volumes looking a little creaky. A few of the authors of those towering titles began to tinker with their original words. The trend arguably began in , when David Wondrich came out with a new version of his weighty history of cocktailing in America, Imbibe!