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Gin and Tonic

Gin and TonicGin is not a spirit that I've worked with a lot. Sure, I've had a gin martini and a number of gin slings and fizzes, but when I looked at my spirit inventory I only have one bottle of gin!*  And I call my self a "mixologist",… [Continue]

Detroit Soda Fountain

This photo is a great example of what a classic soda fountain / pharmacy looked like around 1910. The picture was taken by the Detroit Publishing Company around 1910, but no information was provided on where it was taken, though it assumed to be in Detroit. Sandy Levine of The Oakland bar in Detroit suggested that it looks similar to the space of the… [Continue]

Behind the Scenes at AoD: Photography

I've always liked photography, though I'm not necessarily great at it, but I am getting better. When I started writing Art of Drink I envisioned more photos in posts, but the "work flow" has been too time consuming for a non-paying blog post. However, posting photos to Art of Drink still seemed like a reasonable idea. What I needed was a fast simple method to… [Continue]

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.@EatThisNotThat Hydration while drinking simply requires more water between alcoholic drinks. Very simple, but highly effective.
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.@EatThisNotThat potassium salts don't keep you hydrated and fructose doesn't help metabolize alcohol. #badinfo