Read memorize and repeat and your career is assured. THE quick reference for the industry.
The Martini (Book) variations
This is a really outstanding book for anyone who wants to add some spice and texture to their life without losing it, or at least some fingers in the process.
An excellent book on American distilling.
Well written, entertaining, and a good reference too!
Altogether a well done, useful and entertaining read about the Beams, the people, the bourbons and the legends.
Buy it for the wine sections only,virtually nothing on beer or spirits of substance
Don’t waste your money on this.
Don’t let the title fool you- A great reference for anyone who wants to learn about booze !
An excellent reference for those starting to explore rum.
Fun reading and good reference.
HIGHLY RECOMMEND as a teaching tool for common sense for alcohol consumption. Should be required reading for anyone over 12 years old especially college freshman !
The Whole Earth Catalog of Small Distillers (for North America)
A bit dry even by gin standards but a worthy read.
If you want to know about Genever, buy this book!
An excellent reference on one of my favorite subtle poisons
Guidance on drowning whatever it is and recipes for same.
Extremely readable and useful book on drinks.
For when you don’t want to ruin your hardcover edition at the bar.
Buy this book. You need to read it, and you might even enjoy it.
For the poets among us – even those who don’t drink.
For the cost of one bad bottle you can save yourself from a lot of mistakes
Great reference on the micro distilled spirits labels and bottlings for students and enthusiast
The yearly reference on the state of Malt Whisky
The first edition of a seminal work on U.S. micro distilling
A must have for students of drink.
Much cheaper than the hospital bill you might get if you don’t buy this book
The book to buy on cocktail history. Not just a great reference but an entertaining read with or without drink in other hand.
Entertaining, informative, and a great read.
Know what you are buying – or maybe not buying after reading this book.