As the popularity of fine wine has grown in America, restaurants have developed a bent for arranging their wine lists more on the wines’ body and character than country of origin. Similarly, with premium-beer sales now soaring, certain establishments have taken to developing beer lists that offer more information than just style and source.And for cocktails, the drinks at the heart of one of the hottest trends in hospitality today? Nothing. Just a list and, if you’re lucky, a bit of ...
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