Drinks

There’s never been a better time to drink craft cocktails. Whether you like fruity, blended tiki drinks or classic cocktails like the Old-Fashioned, the world of mixed drinks is bigger than ever before. Or, perhaps you prefer to simply sit back and relax with a nice glass of scotch or other type of distilled spirit. Gin, vodka, tequila, whiskeybrandy, rum, mezcal, and liqueurs are enjoying more popularity than they have in decades, and new craft spirits are popping up left and right like never before.

Whatever suits your fancy, Bevvy is your guide to better drinking. Check out this section to discover delicious drinks from all over the world, learn the storied histories behind many iconic cocktails, meet bartenders and distillers who are changing the game, and keep up with all kinds of great booze-related products.

Tom Collins

Tom Collins

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The Tom Collins recipe first appeared in print in 1876. It was created by Jerry Thomas, the “father of American mixology,” and famed author of The Bartender’s Guide. Tom Collins 2 ounces gin 1 ounce lemon juice 1 teaspoon of…

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americano cocktail recipe

Americano Cocktail

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Though the name has been popularized by coffee houses, the Americano cocktail predates the coffee drink. It’s a refreshing, easy-to-make drink that’s a wonderful introduction to the deliciously bittersweet Campari. Sip these on your patio during summer, or anytime you’re…

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Sidecar Cocktail

Sidecar Cocktail

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The sidecar is one of six basic drinks listed in David Embury’s The  Fine Art of Mixing Drinks. Comprised of just cognac, Cointreau and lemon juice, the proportions of each ingredient have changed with time. The original drink is cited…

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