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Mutineer Magazine Issue 18 Preview

Miscellaneous
07.01.2011

MM18 Cover

With Tales of the Cocktail less than a month away, it’s only fitting that Issue 18 of Mutineer Magazine be filled to the brim with cocktail goodness and that’s exactly what we’ve done. Spirits, cocktails, brand ambassadors, mixologists – we have it all and then some. Cocktails not your thing? Don’t worry, we have you covered too.

The Secret Lives of Brand Ambassadors

As three of the best can attest, spirit and spirits go hand-in-hand at these intense-but-rewarding jobs.

Everybody has his or her favorite fine beverage, but only a handful of us are tasked to live and breathe the product 24/7. Such is life for a brand ambassador. No three brand ambassadors work harder than Juan Coronado, Craig Vaught and Charlotte Voisey, and contributor Matt Villano recently chatted with each of them to get the inside scoop. Interestingly, all three got their starts on the bottle side of the bar.

Spartacus Miximus: Behind the Scenes of a Global Cocktail Competition

After attending the American regional and national heats in Chicago and Miami of the Bacardi Global Legacy Cocktail Competition, Mutineer Editor in Chief Alan Kropf meets up for the global finals in Barcelona, Spain. Join Kropf as he takes you through the competition, the competitors and their world class cocktails.

Drinking and Drawing: The Artwork of Jill DeGroff

Jill DeGroff has spent more than a few hours inside every manner of saloon, speakeasy, bar and lounge while roaming until the wee hours of the morning. To most, the places would start to blend together, but DeGroff has found a muse in these dens of drink. The characters and stories have captivated her, and she has captured them in both word and portraiture. In the second book in her series, Lush Life: Portraits From The Bar, DeGroff features Bon Bivants, ne’er-do-wells and all manner of folks in between.

Teahouse Revolution!

It all began with a lack of choice. A lack of choice fueled by decades of oppression, a need for more and the desire to have a say in life’s most simplistic decisions. Decisions which were as seemingly basic as the quality of leaves that infuse your teapot. In this article, Mutineer Food Editor Erin Jimcosky gives you an in-depth look at the incredible story behind Dobra Tea.

Cooking With HelloCello

Mutineer Food Editor Erin Jimcosky has done it again, this time with HelloCello’s Limoncello di Sonoma! Limoncello icebox cakes, Limoncello ice cream sandwiches and more … all made with Limoncello. Perfect dishes you won’t want to miss and just in time for summer.

The July/August issue also includes:
Civilization and Its Discontents: Mezcal Rising
The Plaid Avenger: Kentucky
What People Drink: Kevin Diedrich, Bar Manager of The Burritt Room
What People Drink: H. Joseph Ehrmann, Proprietor of Elixir
What People Drink: Dennis Kelly, Head Sommelier of French Laundry
Wine Steals: Paso Robles
Behind The Bottle: The Southern (Hemisphere) Cross
Beer Styles: Gluten Free Beers
Classic Cocktails: The Mint Julep
Sake Renegade: The Toji, Gorgonzola Cheese, Drink Night Cocktails, and much, much, more…

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Comments

  1. Julie | Friday, July 1, 2011

    My issue arrived today, and it is EPIC!!!


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