Drink up, bird brains.
Here are the best drinks to clink when the ball drops.
A mixology expert explains why it should be stirred not shaken.
Here's to you, Mr. Reaper.
Freak people out/loosen them up with these creepy concoctions.
Hint: It involves booze.
No really, this cocktail's made with smoked mesquite wood chips.
If it’s got to be pumpkin spice… make it a cocktail.
Not the job you have.
The Moscow Mule doesn’t hold a thyme-burning candle to this.
Now you can do something with that red wine collecting dust.
A subtly smokey cocktail with a lotta history behind it.
Kick back and pretend you're in Rio with one of these.
Cheers to having that Olympic fever.
This isn’t your average Moscow Mule.
Pour one of these and enjoy your Thursday the right way.
You'll want a drink after reading this.
Oh, and power tools are involved.
Which could prove useful.
Drink these. Your waistline will thank you.
Drop a chunk of ice and you're good to go.
Mix a few up now to celebrate America all weekend long.
Soar through the week with one of these.
A refreshing summer drink that tastes a little like the tropics.
The perfect quaff for those who value European stability and a smoky finish...
Various recipes for your favorite Negroni cocktails.
It's the king of rum cocktails, and it's dead simple.
Why not whip up a huge batch for your next cookout?
Taste five seconds of summer with this refreshing cocktail.
Show off your mixology skills at your Kentucky Derby party.
Had enough Super Bowl beer? Switch to beer and bourbon.
We picked up a thing or two aboard Royal Caribbean's Anthem ship.
This admittedly not authentic cocktail is totally worth the work.
You may never mix up a traditional whiskey sour again...
Enjoy this cocktail you will.
File this one under “defensive day drinking for your immune system.”
Welcome the first day of spring with open arms—and tequila.
Stronger than your average recipe. For warmth, of course.
Warm your bones with this hot, smooth whiskey cocktail.
Toast the coming giant asteroid with this groovy tequila cocktail.
Warm your bones with a winter classic.
So much better than bringing store-bought baked goods to a party.
Sycamore Den’s star bartender talks rum, mescal and chacaça.
Craft one of the star mixologist’s most popular drinks, the Harry Winston.
The celebrated mixologist explains how he marries the classic and the complex.
Mixologist Pete Capella shows us how to make two fantastic rum drinks, the El Di …
Soho House West Hollywood’s head bartender talks figs, artichoke liqueurs and mo …
The award-winning mixologist talks inspiration, advice and pistachio syrup.
Waving goodbye to bro on your way to man? Time to take these kiddie cups off the …
One of the best skills a man can learn is choosing the right booze in any settin …
Prohibition did a lot of damage to drinking well in America. Here are some of th …