Boston Cocktails: Drunk & Told

Boston Cocktails: Drunk & Told

by Frederic Robert Yarm
Boston Cocktails: Drunk & Told

Boston Cocktails: Drunk & Told

by Frederic Robert Yarm


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Boston Cocktails: Drunk & Told is the 5 year follow-up to the 2012 Drink & Tell: A Boston Cocktail Book. The first book was described as "a cocktail historian's tour of a city he knows and love," and this book continues on with that theme with over 850 novel recipes from over 100 bars and restaurants in the Greater Boston area. In addition, there are essays on hospitality, cocktail trends, and tributes to Boston bartender greats to round out this love letter to the Boston drink scene. From famous bars and bartenders to lesser known establishments and drink slingers, this book captures the tapestry of what makes Boston truly a cocktail town.

Boston Cocktails: Drunk & Told is perfect for the home bartender, for the Boston barfly looking for a memento, and for the professional bartender seeking inspiration on improving their trade.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780988281813
Publisher: Cocktail Virgin Industries
Publication date: 04/09/2017
Pages: 362
Sales rank: 594,222
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.75(d)

About the Author

Fred Yarm is a blogger, author, and cocktail enthusiast living in Boston, Massachusetts. His work researching the recipes of the Boston cocktail scene for the Cocktail Virgin blog took book form in 2012 as a 500 drink retrospective of the city's cocktail renaissance entitled Drink & Tell: A Boston Cocktail Book. The book's publication led to Fred being invited behind a bar for night, and this convinced him to give up his day job and become a professional bartender in 2013. His latest book, Boston Cocktails: Drunk & Told, follows up on the first one with a focus on the five years after the first's publication by way of over 850 recipes and more than a dozen essays on cocktails and hospitality.
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