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Better with Bubbles

From prosecco to champagne

Sparkling wine suits not only the season, but generally the moment. Bollicines are more popular than ever, not so much because you want something to...

A look into the beer glass

Pilsner and special beer

Emmentaler, that's the cheese with the holes. Pilsner, which is a beer first brewed by the German brewmaster Joseph Groll....

Local craft

Swiss barrels

Tuesday morning in Küssnacht am Rigi. The sun is shining and so you can see the dust cloud particularly well, which is rising from the...

CounterTip

Seasonality

The philosophy of working seasonally has long been established in many kitchens. The situation is different for some bartenders and bar owners....

Quid bibis?

Exceptional gins

Have you heard of this gin?" A question that is asked oh so often, by guests, girlfriends, bartenders, brand ambassadors and supervisors,...

A look into the beer glass

Gose and Geuze

There is a danger of confusion when ordering drinks. Especially if you are not yet familiar with the local drinking culture. So...

Swissness

Grisons

With its 7,100 square kilometers, Graubünden makes up over one sixth of Switzerland. But it is not its area that is the most impressive of this...

Refreshment from the can

What's next for Ready to Drink?

When the terrace is full and the thermometer has long exceeded the 30-degree mark, a so-called RTD is just the thing....

Swissness

Züri brännt...

Like a magnet, Switzerland's largest city attracts thousands and thousands of workers and students every day. In the evening and...

CounterTip

Gastronomy and the social media

Today, statistically speaking, about 82 percent of the Swiss population is on social media. A curse or a blessing?...

Aromatic from the Dash Bottle

Cocktail Bitters

Angostura. Three decades ago, this word would probably have sufficed as an answer to the question: "What actually is a cocktail bitter?" With...

The Fourth Age of the Fée Verte

Absinthe

It was undoubtedly Switzerland's greatest gift to international cocktail culture: absinthe. It first appeared in the Val-de-Travers in Neuchâtel...

Cash register systems

The bill, please

The sun is shining and every chair on the terrace is occupied. The service is running at full speed and yet, the guests...

A look into the beer glass

Saison - The beer style from Belgium

Strictly speaking, the Saison beer style comes from Wallonia, the French part of Belgium. Belgium, known for frites and chocolate, is not...

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