Behind the Bar

Winter Shrub Cocktails and Mocktails

The holidays are over, and 2020 has begun. But there’s still that same chill in the air, minus the warmth of holiday cheer. Put some heat on those bones with these winter-inspired cocktails and mocktails.

Using Shrubs in Drinks

By now, you probably know what a shrub is, maybe you’ve even tasted one or two. But now you may be wondering how you can begin to incorporate shrub in your daily routine or even in some of your go-to drinks.

Mocktail and Cocktail Trends

Hot New Mocktail & Cocktail Trends for 2020

Drink trends come and go, so it’s important to update your menu often – especially at the start of a new year! This is the perfect time to try something new and put your best foot forward in 2020.

Keep your customers coming back for more by following these hot, new drink trends. Hint: …

Mocktail Trend Using Shrubs

Cocktail trends are constantly changing, and among the newest of these is cocktails without alcohol. Yes, we said it, alcohol-free drinks! We know this may sound a little crazy but bear with us.

5 Fall Shrub Drinks

Seasons change, and so should your drink menu. What better time to experiment with drinks than the beginning of autumn?

In the Kitchen and Behind the Bar: How Do I Use Shrubs?

If you’re a professional in the food industry, you often experiment with new ingredients to create unique food and drink that your customers will love. You also follow the latest health trends to keep your business ahead of the game…

Bartending 101: With Shrubs

There’s so much more to bartending than simply pouring a drink and making friendly conversation with customers. Bartenders constantly experiment with drinks and mix flavors together to create something new…

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