Fix the Pumps
Robert over at Off the Presses has a piece, actually a couple, on the rise of New York Egg Creams, which is more a rebirth than a rise. The interesting part is that the vast majority of people think the Egg Cream was invented in New York around 1920 but that’s probably not the case. And as I type that I realize… [Continue]
History of the Soda Fountain
Naturally carbonated waters, from volcanic springs, were well known throughout history and prized for their unique properties. The effervescing nature of the water was an attractive quality, and was thought to be a natural tonic. The problem was that capturing and transporting these mineral waters was costly. Only a few places stocked mineral waters, with pharmacies being the most common.
Fix the Pumps Intro
Print Edition is now available on Art of Drink for $10.95 plus it included a free eBook edition - Fix the Pumps
This past October marked the 4th year I've been posting on Art of Drink, this being the 459th post. Last year I decided that I should do something a little more cohesive, like write a book.… [Continue]