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  • Recommended Pour Spouts

    I've seen a handful of topics here that include lists of favorite tools, but can only find one mention of pour spots. I've tried a handful of spouts over the years, but have never found a great one. The thread I saw here mentioned 285-50 Spill Stop pourers, seen here http://www.spill-stop.com...
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by Greg Gioia on 13 Oct 2012
  • Underbar refrigiration and Freezers

    Greeting to one and all, I am responsible for the design of a new high volume restaurant bar in central london. We are a a listed site and short of space. I need fridges and possibly freezers for the "island style" (backbar is in the middle of a u-shaped bar and you can walk around it..) backbar...
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by Niko-San on 12 Jun 2012
  • Kickstarter Project: Swizzle Stik!

    Adam from the Boston Shaker store and a designer are trying to raise funds to produce food-safe rugged swizzle sticks for mixing (not the decorative kind) as a replacement for the authentic but fragile and expensive real ones from Martinique and elsewhere in the Caribbean. Funding the project isn't...
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by Fred Yarm on 19 Apr 2012
  • A good citrus knife

    Hey guys, i'm looking to buy myself a good knife for cuting my fruits and citrus at job. I'm ready to pay a good price, but, for something i'm gonna be sure i love. I was looking at ceramic, stainless steel, carbon... i'm a bit confused on what is the more effective or what are the particularities...
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by maxime on 5 Aug 2011
  • The Annual Christmas Gift Guide for the Budding Mixologist

    We are now in that time of the year when it seems like every publication of note produces their "gift guides" of various sorts. Within the pages of cocktail/drink related magazines, you'll find the list of "bar tools for the home mixologist", typically aimed at somebody just getting...
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by Robert Hess on 18 Nov 2010
  • Professional quality Lewis bags

    Howdy guys, After searching and searching for professional quality lewis bags, I decided to collaborate with a local Seattle fashion designer and produce our own: Check out my blog post on the subject: http://mcsology.wordpress.com/2010/01/01/mcsology-lewis-bags-by-lady-konnyaku/ Or check out the Desinger's...
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by Mike McSorley on 1 Jan 2010
  • Re: Traveling Kit

    Hayds - I carry a few different bar spoons, including the one with the flat disc on the bottom (for light muddling or layering). I've considered getting the ones with the fork on the end but wasn't sure of demand. Let me know if you're interested and I can tell you what I have. (Trying to...
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by Adam Lantheaume on 6 Apr 2009
  • Re: Traveling Kit

    Well, the time to travel hit last weekend and with it came a chance to do a shoot of my current travel kit. It's a basic salesman's sample case which I have divided up with gatorboard panels. The big, big difference from what everyone else has shown is that mine also incorporates moving a lot...
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by Joe Niedbala on 29 Mar 2009
  • Is there a "correct" Mint Julep cup size?

    Hi all, I've been researching for a few days and have found no definitive answer or even a consensus among books or bartenders. Is there a correct or proper size in dimensions or volume for a Mint Julep cup? I'm planning an order for my store and I'm waffling between the 8 or 10 oz mint julep...
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by Adam Lantheaume on 29 Mar 2009
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