A practical guide to help you differentiate between
quality booze and cheap rubbish, helphin you to see alcohol as more
that just a tool to get you drunk.
Friday night at the bar in town: revellers swig beer, slam
shots, and repeat until failure. Happy hour turns into falafel
o''clock, then everyone staggers home, job done. Most of us have
been there (and had fun doing it), but there comes a time when you
want to graduate from downing cheap booze in sticky venues to
something a little more sophisticated. And, as the flood of new
artisan alcohols and serious bars we''re currently enjoying attest,
refinement is enjoying a resurgence - which means there has never
been a better time to know how to drink and not look like an idiot.
The pursuit of quality over quantity is at the heart of drinking
well - and it''s easier than you think. The helpful chapters
in How to Drink will provide the tips, tricks, and tools
to ensure you know what you''re doing, whether you''re in a
high-end restaurant or navigating a high-street cocktail menu. So
if you wnat to know how to match wine with your evening meal, why
you should sip a single malt rather than slam it, how to prepare
for an all-day drinking event, or how to build a home liquor
cabinet, then read on.