With handcrafted cocktails becoming increasingly popular, a group of industry professionals recently offered tips for how busy bars can keep operations running smoothly as more customers order complex drinks. The panel discussion was one of many during the Manhattan Cocktail Classic, a cocktail event that brought together consumers and trade professions May 14-18 in New York. Allen Katz, beverage consultant and director of mixology and spirits education for distributor Southern Wine & ...

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