You don’t need every type of wine, bitter or simple syrup at your home bar for a party. “The home bar experience is going to be very different, and if you’re trying to replicate what you can do in a restaurant, you’re never going to do it,” said Chad Spangler, co-founder of DC. cocktail place Service bar. Focus on the basics of the drinks you enjoy and the things you want to share with your guests. To avoid getting stuck at the bartender all night, offer drinks that can be made in large batches and served in a perforated pitcher or bowl. Stock at least one bottle of vodka, gin, whiskey and Scotch, and tequila or mezcal on the cart to serve as a base for popular stirred drinks like martinis, Manhattans, old-Fashion, and Negronis.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/home/this-holiday-season-is-the-perfect-time-to-jazz-up-your-home-bar-experts-shared-tips-to-create-a-festive–and-functional–display/2021/12/02/0e769492-5237-11ec-8927-c396fa861a71_story.html?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=wp_lifestyle Tips for setting up your bar at home, during the holidays and beyond