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5 for Friday: August 14, 2020

It goes without saying that we’re living during incredibly difficult times. Since we think we could all use something to look forward to, we’ve rounded up cocktail books planned for 2021 release dates. Pre-order today and get your future self a present.

Cider Mill Press plans to make Bitters, Shrubs, Flames: The Advanced Elements of Cocktail Making available on Amazon by February 16 of next year.

Negroni by David T. Smith and Keli Rivers features more than 30 recipes and is scheduled for release on March 9, 2021.

This updated version of the original Cocktails of the Movies: An Illustrated Guide to Cinematic Mixology expands the recipe count to 72 from 64 and should be available on Amazon next year by March 16.

The unique cocktail title DC Comics: Batman: The Official Gotham City Cocktail Book features cocktail recipes inspired by the heroic and villainous residents of Gotham City. Available April 13, 2021 on Amazon.

Brian D. Hoefling’s The Cocktail Seminars—made to resemble a college textbook—should be available on Amazon by April 20, 2021.

Bonus

If you don’t have the patience to wait for a pre-order, we recommend grabbing a copy of The Ultimate Bar Book: The Comprehensive Guide to Over 1,000 Cocktails, an Amazon bestseller with over 2,200 reviews.

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David Klemt View All

I’ve been studying and writing about the hospitality industry since 2006. Like so many people, I started my journey in this business by working as a host, server and bartender. I was introduced to nightlife in Chicago, learning the ins and outs of nightclubs and after-hours hot spots.

After moving to Las Vegas nearly 20 years ago, I both co-owned a valet company and helped promote the club it serviced. That led to me taking on the role of editor for a Las Vegas hospitality industry publication.

A few short years later, I continued along my journey of hospitality industry reporting. I went from contributing to a major industry outlet to taking on the role of editor and content curator.

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