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Bowl 'Em Over

Give your summer guests the hard punch they deserve (and spend less time playing bartender) with these big-batch craft cocktails.

Speed Chills

How to make a cobbler.

How to Make a Smoking Punchbowl

Mix up a boo-zy punch in the time it takes you to howl at the moon.

Make a Perfect La Paloma

A Margarita fan? Try Mexico's other Tequila cocktail.

Tiki Time

Bringing the beach to your home bar.

Stemware with Sass

From Grandma's china to goldfish bowls, unusual glassware is taking over.

Vintage Barware Booms

Wine Enthusiast gives home bartenders five items with which to kick-start a stylish collection.

How To: Master the Boston Shaker, Minus the Mess

Using a Boston shaker is easier than you think.

How To: Make Simple Syrup

This crazy-easy recipe produces a batch of must-have neutral sweetener.

Garnishes Gone Wild

One Fruit, Two Garnishes.

Technique: Egg Whites

Cocktails made with raw eggs are all the rage for courageous mixologists across the country.

How To: Flame an Orange Peel

Use this three-step technique to light up classics like the Negroni or Old Fashioned.
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