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'Absolutely necessary for any spirits dork.'—Christine Muhlke, Bon Appetit “Thereâ€s much more

to being a good bartender than being able to quickly and efficiently make great cocktails. Yes, Meehan

addresses cocktail recipes, what ingredients tools and techniques to deploy to make great drinks, but

importantly this book is about much more than just mixing cocktails. Anyone who absorbs the pages on

spirits will have more than passable knowledge of each of the spirit categories, and anyone whoâ€s

serious about bar management, or indeed any aspect of bar operations should read this book.― —Simon

Difford, Diffordâ€s Guide'One of the most recognizable names in the bar world brings you the ultimate

cocktail guide, complete with recipes, origin stories and hacks—because not owning an esoteric bottle of

bitters shouldn't hold you back from a good drink. There are also floor plans of bars around the world and

deep-cut cocktail facts for those who want to geek out.'—Abby Reisner, Tasting Table'For anyone

obsessed with cocktails and their unique subculture, this book will be fascinating and essential, a heady tome

that pores over the origins of whiskey and gin like a graduate school volume.'—Matthew Kang, Eater

'Jim Meehan was among the pioneers of the craft cocktail movement, opening PDT in Manhattan in 2007.Â

“Meehanâ€s Bartender Manual― is exactly what the title promises: a manual for professional

bartenders. But it will make a welcome addition to the library of any serious at-home drink maker.'

—Wayne Curtis, The Wall Street Journal“There are hundreds of bar books that focus on cocktail

recipes or history, but few really explore the art and practicalities of bartending. Jim Meehan strives to write

a modern handbook on par with the 1862 book, Jerry Thomas' Bartenders Guide. Meehan whips through

cocktail history basics and features in-depth recipes for classic cocktails, but the best sections look at what it

means to run a bar today. [..]Meehanâ€s book is designed for everyone from newcomers to the bar

industry to seasoned bar owners who are always seeking new ways to improve their establishment.―

—Amy Cavanaugh, Plate'When he opened New Yorkâ€s PDT in 2007, Jim Meehan helped kick

off the speakeasy trend, and in 2012, the bar scored the first James Beard Award for Outstanding Bar

Program. Now Meehan has distilled his bar expertise into this combination recipe book and bar industry

guide. '—Jason Horn, The Daily Beast'Jim Meehanâ€s 'Bartender Manual' a must-read for pros, home

mixologists alike.'—Kenney Marlatt, Chicago Tribune“Award-winning bartender Jim Meehan is

one of a handful of drinks nerds whoâ€s had a profound impact on the cocktail scene in America: the

“modern speakeasy― he made his name at, PDT, is still a must-visit NYC bar ten years after opening

thanks to its innovative and excellent drinks. Now, heâ€s taken a lifetime of knowledge and distilled it

into a detailed bible of bartending that covers history, technique, tools and ingredients, plus 100 classic

cocktail recipes and a sprinkling of invaluable insight from some of the worldâ€s top bartenders.―

—Laura Sant, Departures'A knowledge-filled tome for true cocktail nerds or those apsiring to be—it

has insights from the who's-who of the bar-and-spirits world and perfected recipes of classics drinks.'—

Esquire JIM MEEHAN is a renowned bartender and author of The PDT Cocktail Book.He worked at some


of New York Cityâ€s most revered restaurants and bars, includingGramercy Tavern and Pegu Club,

before opening the James Beard Award–winningbar PDT in 2007. In addition to writing for Tasting Table,

Lucky Peach, and SommelierJournal, Meehan served as an editor for Food & Wine magazineâ€s annual

cocktailbook and Mr. Boston Official Bartenderâ€s Guide. He and his family reside in Portland,Oregon,

where he runs the consulting firm Mixography, Inc. See all Editorial Reviews

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