Gin: The Art and Craft of the Artisan Revival

Gin introduces the reader to the global artisan gin revolution, highlighting the spirit s history and the ways that today s craft drinks makers have transformed the notion of what a gin can and should be.New Gins are hitting the market seemingly every day This book will help the reader make sense of this rapid expansion, and contextualize them within gin s illustrious hisGin introduces the reader to the global artisan gin revolution, highlighting the spirit s history and the ways that today s craft drinks makers have transformed the notion of what a gin can and should be.New Gins are hitting the market seemingly every day This book will help the reader make sense of this rapid expansion, and contextualize them within gin s illustrious history from the Renaissance apothecaries of Europe, to the streets of London, to the small local distilleries and local cocktail bars of the United States, Canada, England, Spain, Australia and beyond.This is the first book to take a closer look at the emerging new categories of gin and to place it within context alongside the old guard It includes profiles of key players in the distilling world and hundreds of ideas for how to drink gin as a cocktail, in a classic gin tonic or neat, as an aperitif or a liqueur.
Gin The Art and Craft of the Artisan Revival Gin introduces the reader to the global artisan gin revolution highlighting the spirit s history and the ways that today s craft drinks makers have transformed the notion of what a gin can and should

  • Title: Gin: The Art and Craft of the Artisan Revival
  • Author: Aaron J. Knoll
  • ISBN: 9781910254097
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Gin: The Art and Craft of the Artisan Revival”

    1. Lately, gin seems to be more fashionable here in Beerstralia; so much so, we have our own distilleries. And the stuff they put out don’t taste like Granny May Clampett’s rheumatiz medicine neither. So I was pretty keen to read Aaron Knoll’s latest contribution to Ginworld – "Gin: The Art and Craft of the Artisan Revival, In 300 Distillations". Holy crap! This guy tasted 300 different gins and still had enough brain cells left to write a book. A bloody good book too. Aaron is my hero. In [...]

    2. Let me get the nitpicks out of the way: it was shockingly British coming from a Queens-based, Buffalo-born writer*. Probably as a result of this, there were a few moments when I disagreed with the publisher's copy editor as to comma placement.That said! This is both a definitive guide and a gorgeous coffee table book. There are at least a half dozen gins, plus two or three tonics, that I'm tempted to run out and buy right now. It's not noon yet, and this book has me craving a martini!If you want [...]

    3. Informative, interesting, and has inspired me to write a 'gin hit list' based on the tasting notes.

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