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12 cool vintage sodas you should try

Coca-Cola will always be the city’s most popular soft drink. But lately we’ve noticed lesser-known retro sodas sharing shelf space alongside Coke’s signature curvy glass bottles.
Jello shots

How to make craft Jell-O shots

With so much attention (and beard-stroking seriousness) given to high-end cocktails and specialty spirits, it’s easy to miss the fun in drinking. But sometimes you need something festive and laid-back.
Urban Tree Cidery

Two Atlanta ciders worth sipping this summer

Is hard cider the new “it” drink in local craft brewing? Westside’s Urban Tree Cidery and Marietta's Treehorn Cider are both worth trying this summer.
Goza tequila

Atlanta’s own Goza Tequila takes off

Since debuting in April, Atlanta’s first tequila company, Goza Tequila, has made its way into 50-plus liquor stores and more than 250 bars.
Biodynamic wine

Buried cow horn? The mysteries of organic and biodynamic wine

I wondered, could the organic and biodynamic movement simply be a marketing ploy, piggybacking on the popularity of free-range chickens and organic kale salads? If anybody could convince me otherwise, it was Eric Brown, the owner of Le Caveau Fine Wines in Chamblee, who has championed these styles since opening his store in 2011.
Monsieur

Robot, make it a Negroni: Monsieur mixes cocktails in seconds

Thanks to a team of engineering and finance grads from Georgia Tech, cocktail culture has a new on-demand button. Meet Monsieur, an artificially intelligent robot that can shake up cocktails from scratch in just a few seconds.
punch bowl

Technique: One Flew South’s Tiffanie Barriere on making festive punch bowls

Whether you’re planning a formal wedding reception or backyard cookout, a festive bowl of punch can serve as both a striking centerpiece and a tasty thirst-quencher. Tiffanie Barriere’s big-batch concoctions are more refined than the empty-out-the-refrigerator “hunch punch” she’d make for family get-togethers back in Texas.

Atlanta’s Old Fourth Distillery gin planned for a winter release

At 487 Edgewood Avenue, the co-founders of Old Fourth Distillery are kept busy producing their eponymous vodka—and putting the finishing touches on the recipe for a gin they plan to release some time in December. Crafting a spirit from scratch in-house has proven far more time-intensive than the partners had imagined when they started two years ago, opening the first distillery in the Atlanta city limits since 1907. But the outcome has exceeded their most intemperate expectations, both in terms of sales and taste.

How to throw a party like a pro, from Atlanta experts Tony Conway and Annette Joseph

The Legendary Events owner and ”Picture Perfect Parties” author and entertaining editor for Atlanta Magazine’s HOME give tips on how to plan wisely, remember the details, and be a good host.

How to build a bar, from expert Atlanta bartender Adam Fox

The cofounder of the Dogwood Table supper club shares his list of essentials and three classic cocktail recipes.

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