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July 16, 1794 -Climax of Whiskey Tax Rebellion

The Whiskey Rebellion began in 1791, during the presidency of George Washington. It was provoked by the imposition of an excise tax on distilled...
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Your Guide to New Orleans — For Bartenders, By Bartenders

Editor's note: This guide has evolved over the years, but its original purpose — to steer visiting bartenders toward the best bartender-approved...
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10 AMERICAN BARS AND RESTAURANTS WITH AMAZING BOURBON COLLECTIONS

Raise a glass during Bourbon Heritage Month (or any month) at one of these bars featuring outstanding collections of America’s home-grown...
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Cuba’s Overlooked Role in Cocktail History

Cuba's contribution to cocktail culture goes far beyond Daiquiris, Mojitos and Hemingway's haunts. François Monti on the country's overlooked...
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Jack Daniel’s Embraces a Hidden Ingredient: Help From a Slave

LYNCHBURG, Tenn. — Every year, about 275,000 people tour the Jack Daniel’s distillery here, and as they stroll through its brick buildings...
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BARTENDERS ONLY: DALE DEGROFF ON THE ART OF HOSPITALITY

Credited with fathering the modern cocktail movement while behind the stick at New York’s legendary Rainbow Room, Dale DeGroff has been a...
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RUM, SCOTCH AND THE RULES OF THE GAME

‘Glenfiddich single malt: made in Italy.’ Can you imagine that on a label? If you can, then can you also envisage the stooshie that would ensue...
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One Caribbean Island, 11 Rum Distilleries

It’s the rum capital of the Caribbean — at least if you go by the number of distilleries. The French Caribbean island of Martinique has a...
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Why the Reverse Shake Yields Perfect Egg White Foam

The raw egg. Staple of classic cocktails and modern mixology. Largely misunderstood. Certainly misused. The raw egg is a key part of some...
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