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Nightclub and Bar Show 2014

On March 25th we attended the Nightclub and Bar Show in Las Vegas. This was our first time exhibiting in Las Vegas and we were excited to bring our line of portable bars to the convention. A lot of the big names in the industry attend this event such as the show’s host, Jon Taffer […]

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Stay Ahead of the Trends this Summer with a Beer and Cider Bar

If you’re in the food and beverage industry, be it as a restaurant owner or Food and Beverage Director, it’s essential that you constantly evaluate and update your offerings to match what you customers are demanding. A recent article in Bloomberg’s Businessweek highlighted major brewer’s increasing belief – and more convincingly, investment – that cider […]

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Specialty Spring Cocktail Ideas for May

The world’s favorite season is the spring. All things seem possible in May.” – Edwin Way Teale   May Ushers In the Spring Season Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Cinco de Mayo, and International Nurses Day all fall in May. It’s Drinking Water Month so you could just sit in the spring sunshine and sip water […]

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It’s Just Good Vodka Y’all: Tito’s Handmade Texas Vodka

Vodka is the most popular spirit both domestically (U.S.) and internationally. Predictions for 2013 indicate that it’s set to stay that way. Within the vodka market and food and beverage market in general, there is a shift towards higher-end, local products as consumers demand higher ingredients and want to know where their ingredients are coming from. Tito’s […]

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We Sent Adam Carolla a Custom Bar.

We’ve been big fans of Adam Carolla for years, back since his Loveline days. We’re confirmed radio junkies and we relate pretty well with Carolla’s tell-it-like-it-is style. Listening to Carolla, we’ve heard him talking about his homemade “Mangria” for the last five years. Mangria was born one night when Carolla found himself with a half-glass […]

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Drink of the Week: Bittermens New Orleans Coffee Liqueur

We were debating what we’d like to highlight this week and we noticed that one name seemed to keep popping up. We first heard of Bittermens New Orleans Coffee Liqueur over at Cocktailians.com as a recommended drink for the cold Holiday season. It popped up again this week as a favorite discovery of  Brian Quinn on the Shake and […]

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Drink of the Week – Classic Homemade Eggnog

Inspired by a recent article on Freaky Eggnog by Camper English of Alcademics.com fame, we decided to share our favorite eggnog inspired cocktail recipe this week. Our eggnog recipe doesn’t have quite the creativity that some of the freaky ones mentioned by Camper. Putting mushroom-infused bourbon into a drink or aging eggnog for a full […]

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The Portable Cocktail Bar

So you’ve already got at least one portable bar (and if not, why not?!) Here are a few other ways your most useful new asset can be put to work. I’ll assume you already using it as a way of extending your usual bar at peak times. That it is doing a good job handling […]

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Classic Manhattan Cocktail Recipe

The Manhattan is one of those drinks that can show people that you have good taste. In a bar full of people that are ordering Jaegerbombs and Vodka Redbulls, having someone come up and order a Manhattan will turn a bit of the focus towards them. The most important thing to remember when creating a […]

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Sazerac Cocktail Recipe From New Orleans

Drinkers looking for a cocktail that has quite a bit of history will love everything about the Sazerac, one of the world’s oldest cocktails. Sazerac Cocktail History In the 1830s Antoine Peychaud opened up his own apothecary shop in New Orleans. There he sold his own special brand of bitters that are still sold to […]