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A serious and stylish look at sophisticated nonalcoholic beverages by a former Bon Appétit editor and James Beard Award nominee.

“Julia Bainbridge resets our expectations for what a ‘drink’ can mean from now on.”—Jim Meehan, author of Meehan’s Bartender Manual and The PDT Cocktail Book

NAMED ONE OF THE BEST COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR BY Bon Appétit Los Angeles Times Wired Esquire • Garden & Gun

Blackberry-infused cold brew with almond milk and coconut cream. Smoky tea paired with tart cherry juice. A bittersweet, herbal take on the Pimm’s Cup. Writer Julia Bainbridge spent a summer driving across the U.S. going to bars, restaurants, and everything in between in pursuit of the question: Can you make an outstanding nonalcoholic drink? The answer came back emphatically: “Yes.”

With an extensive pantry section, tips for sourcing ingredients, and recipes curated from stellar bartenders around the country—including Verjus Spritz, Chicha Morada Agua Fresca, Salted Rosemary Paloma, and Tarragon Cider— Good Drinks shows that decadent brunch cocktails, afternoon refreshers, and evening digestifs can be enjoyed by anyone and everyone.
 

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“In Good Drinks, the endlessly cool Julia Bainbridge has created a book that will not only change the way you think about booze-free drinks, but get you psyched about making them. With a well-curated team of bartenders, Bainbridge’s smart writing, lush photography, and recipes that pull from a diverse flavor profile, Good Drinks will tempt any world-curious person to start giving more thought to what they’re drinking.” —Andy Baraghani, senior editor at Bon Appétit

“With  Good Drinks, the wonderful Bainbridge strips away the tired tropes surrounding ‘mocktails’ and shows us just how exciting the world of non-alcoholic drinking can be. Crucially, the book gives practical insight to a new set of tools, rules, and applications to ensure these drinks hit as consistently—and with as much brilliance—as their boozy counterparts.” —Ryan Chetiyawardana, a.k.a. Mr Lyan

About the Author

Julia Bainbridge is an editor who has worked at Condé Nast Traveler, Bon Appétit, Yahoo Food, and Atlanta magazine, and a James Beard Award-nominated writer whose stories have been published in Food & Wine, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and Playboy, among others. Her profile of chef Iliana Regan was named one of Longreads Best of 2019: Food Writing, and Saveur magazine named an essay of hers one of the ten best food stories of 2016. She judged both the 2019 and 2020 Art of Eating Prize, serves on the International Association of Culinary Professionals Awards Advisory Committee, and was the first-ever writer in residence at industry leader Food52.

After building a career around why and how people gather, Bainbridge pivoted into why people don''t, launching The Lonely Hour podcast to explore social disconnection and other forms of loneliness. In the three years since, the show has been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine, Psychology Today, Women''s Health, Bloomberg, the Washington Post, the Financial Times, the BBC, NPR, and more.

Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.

Introduction 

Of Me

I spent the summer of 2018 crisscrossing the country in my (somewhat) dependable 2006 Subaru Impreza. After a decade of writing about food and drinks in New York City and two years doing the same in Atlanta, I got a book deal—for this very book!—and I decided that the best way to do research was to put my foot on the gas and go.

I was in search of alcohol-free mixed drinks at a time when, serendipitously, they were starting to be taken more seriously. Bartenders were (and still are) pushing against the boundaries that had previously limited “mocktails” to syrup-laden juices or glorified Shirley Temples, and consumers—sober or not—were getting curious. I knew I wouldn’t be writing the first book on nonalcoholic drinks, but I also knew that my work could capitalize on this newfound acceptance and energy. And because I was finding the things I really wanted to drink in bars, restaurants, and cafes as opposed to in other books, I could tap the people whose job it is to make good, balanced beverages—no matter the alcohol content.

You could say I did a lot of drinking and driving that summer. In between interviews and states, my car’s (painfully outdated) sound system stayed silent as I mulled over pieces of this book. How odd, my friend Tunde commented, that I could drive for hours with no music. But I needed the quiet to think, as I moved along: “Which of these beverages are still on my mind days after tasting them? Which recipes feel fresh? Which drinks warrant the effort they take to make? How much of this book is about the drinks and how much of it is about me?”

Somewhere in New Mexico, I decided that all you really need to know about my relationship to alcohol is that I’m trying not to drink it—at least not for a good while. More important: I like to eat delicious things, I like to drink delicious things, and I like to do both with the people I love. There are many others like me, and the reasons they don’t drink booze vary: religion, health issues, substance use disorders, pregnancy, mindful living. Maybe alcohol simply doesn’t fit into their lives anymore. Maybe they’re just not drinking this week. Or this night. Or this hour. (I know plenty of people who switch back and forth between alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks throughout the course of a Saturday night out.) Some statistics show that Americans are consuming less alcohol than they used to, and I hope that what I discovered on the road will get them into the kitchen. (Because it’s not about the bar; at home, good nonalcoholic drinks are made in the kitchen. More on that later.)

In Denver, Death & Co’s bartenders showed me how kefir whey gives body to nonalcoholic drinks (see page 92), which can be lacking in that area. Jermaine Whitehead handed me his recipe for the Rockefeller (page 166) from across the bar at Deep Dive in Seattle, and upon reading it, I realized I was going to have to dig through my spice cabinet, break out my 4-quart saucepan, and turn on the stove. (It ended up being worth it.) I sat in Gabriella Mlynarczyk’s living room in Los Angeles while she pressed watermelon juice with mint, rose water, and pickled plum vinegar. (Find a similar recipe of Gaby’s on page 66.) The next day, I drove back east thinking about that sweet, tart, saline drink, my tongue watering. And yes, that trip was quiet, too.

“I think I understand the driving-in-silence thing,” Tunde told me, once the trip was over. “Been walking in silence recently. It’s amazing.”

Now, though, it’s time to make noise. These drinks deserve a party.

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1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Brilliant but unusable book
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2020
This book is genius. And for the majority of people, unusable. The ingredients are extremely difficult to get and require a tremendous amount of effort. Is this bad? Not if you can and want to put that kind of energy into this venture. Some of it can be special ordered,... See more
This book is genius. And for the majority of people, unusable. The ingredients are extremely difficult to get and require a tremendous amount of effort. Is this bad? Not if you can and want to put that kind of energy into this venture. Some of it can be special ordered, some of it requires the knowledge of your local park ranger (white pine needles, anyone?). Fresh tumeric juice, Seedlip Spice 94, black cardamom pods, kefir whey, buckwheat tea, soy lecithin powder, oil of balsam of Peru, saba. . .and most recipes call for a special syrup or salt for which recipes are included in the book: spiced mushroom salt, black cardamom cinnamon syrup, for example.

If you are a thinking of setting up a professional bar of non-alcoholic drinks and would like to do this on that kind of level, or a wealthy person with nothing else to do, this may be the book for you. But for anyone else on the planet, this is never going to be actually used.
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Designated drivers, straight edge people, and recovered/recovering alcoholics rejoice
Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2021
I''m a recovered alcoholic who was getting pretty tired of drinking soda water at parties, so this book was a life-changer. FAIR WARNING: Many of the drinks in here are not cheap, or even easy in some cases — there''s a fair amount of pre-making, a handful of obscure... See more
I''m a recovered alcoholic who was getting pretty tired of drinking soda water at parties, so this book was a life-changer. FAIR WARNING: Many of the drinks in here are not cheap, or even easy in some cases — there''s a fair amount of pre-making, a handful of obscure ingredients that might be hard to come by, and in at least two cases a lot of steps. But if you or anyone in your crew is a sober person for whatever reason, it''s completely worth it — there''s a Salted Rosemary Paloma recipe in here that will change your world. And for the record, my wife, who still drinks, loves anything I''ve ever made from these recipes. I''m only giving this 4 stars because in addition to a lot of additional work in some cases, there are also some expensive and/or rare ingredients here so it''s not really for everyone, and CERTAINLY not for every party. But when you need it, you''ll be really glad you have it.
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Emma Welsh
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A book for those who loves good drinks and have a sense of adventure
Reviewed in the United States on January 23, 2021
Whether you''re a nondrinker, looking to serve your nondrinking guests, or just want to explore how to make genuinely good drinks sans-alcohol, this book is for. While other reviews may say this book is challenging or "unusable," Julia Bainbridge has done a wonderful job... See more
Whether you''re a nondrinker, looking to serve your nondrinking guests, or just want to explore how to make genuinely good drinks sans-alcohol, this book is for. While other reviews may say this book is challenging or "unusable," Julia Bainbridge has done a wonderful job indicating how much of a commitment level certain recipes require. Ones like The Bicycle Gang or Cherry & Smoke (both pictured) were easy for me to source the ingredients at my grocery store, or order a tea online. Others are more complicated, but I think just like those who are vegan or gluten-free often have to hunt down unique ingredients, so you should expect the same with this book. (And so far for me, it''s been absolutely worth it, and total fun!)

The recipes are easy to follow once you have everything you need, and Julia''s writing feels personal and friendly. She''s tested every recipe herself after learning them from bartenders across the U.S., which means she adds plenty of notes on what worked for her, where to find unique ingredients, and more. It reminds me of the writing style of Alison Roman, Claire Saffitz, and Priya Krishna. Honest, specific, and here to make sure your recipe tastes and looks the way it should.
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Caleb Summers
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Good Drinks, great book.
Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2020
Thoughtful, creative, stylish, vogue, and at the same time personal and human. Julia really puts life into each of these creative and delicious drinks by sharing about the people who invented them as well as her own story and experience. Each beverage feels like a character... See more
Thoughtful, creative, stylish, vogue, and at the same time personal and human. Julia really puts life into each of these creative and delicious drinks by sharing about the people who invented them as well as her own story and experience. Each beverage feels like a character in a story more than a combination of ingredients. Good Drinks was as enjoyable to read as the drinks are to consume.

Also, as someone who chooses not to drink alcohol, this has given me a whole menu of drinks that will make that “what are you drinking” conversation SO much more interesting at my next party.

I’ve never been so excited to make non-alcoholic mixed drinks as I am now.
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Stylish and inventive flavor combinations presented in a delightfully conversational tone
Reviewed in the United States on October 30, 2020
I admit I haven''t *actually* made anything from this book yet. But as someone who loves cookbooks and loves to put my own spin on things in the kitchen, I''m already so intrigued by many of its recipes. The author presents so many different flavor combinations and advises... See more
I admit I haven''t *actually* made anything from this book yet. But as someone who loves cookbooks and loves to put my own spin on things in the kitchen, I''m already so intrigued by many of its recipes. The author presents so many different flavor combinations and advises the reader on techniques for extracting the best flavor from ingredients both mundane and exotic -- I can already sense that I''m going to be applying some her lessons in harmonizing ingredients to other things I cook and bake.
I also appreciate how authoritatively she writes about the tools of the trade, including the glassware, as well as the gorgeous photos and the sparkling writing -- one of those rare cookbooks that''s such fun, I''d read it in bed.
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Tiff in Chicago
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A lovely change of pace!
Reviewed in the United States on October 30, 2020
Bainbridge really delivers in this very thoughtful compilation of spirit free drinks! Calling them just “drinks” feels like an insult... she crafted flavor experiences, something you can sip and enjoy all on their own. Some of the recipes seem daunting, but I appreciated... See more
Bainbridge really delivers in this very thoughtful compilation of spirit free drinks! Calling them just “drinks” feels like an insult... she crafted flavor experiences, something you can sip and enjoy all on their own. Some of the recipes seem daunting, but I appreciated the commitment level rating she includes for each one. Very well done book and highly recommended. Loved the honeydew avocado agua fresca!
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Jack Studer
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Beautifully written and designed
Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2020
This book reads as elegantly as the recipes themselves. Ms. Bainbridge shows that alcohol-free drinks can be as complex and exciting as any spirited drink on the menu. Excited to dive into each one of these recipes.
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Adam Bacher
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Level up your beverage game.
Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2020
Food and beverage pairings don''t have to include alcoholic beverages to be interesting. I got this book as soon as it was released and have tried a few recipes already. It is exciting because it allows me to be a more hospitable dinner host, for people who choose not to... See more
Food and beverage pairings don''t have to include alcoholic beverages to be interesting. I got this book as soon as it was released and have tried a few recipes already. It is exciting because it allows me to be a more hospitable dinner host, for people who choose not to have alcohol, but also for people who are just looking for something different and delicious. Some of the drinks are complex, involving making multiple other syrups/ingredients, but they are worth the effort and time if you have time to give. If you don''t have a lot of time there are also plenty of simple easier beverages to make that are very much worth it as well. Can''t wait for more ideas and recipes like these.
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I returned this the same day I received it
Reviewed in Canada on January 28, 2021
No doubt this book contains tasty recipes, with beautifully shot photographs - but many of the ingredients suggested are impossible to get where I live, or recipes made enough for 20 drinks (and I''m not holding parties these days), or processes were overly complex. I was...See more
No doubt this book contains tasty recipes, with beautifully shot photographs - but many of the ingredients suggested are impossible to get where I live, or recipes made enough for 20 drinks (and I''m not holding parties these days), or processes were overly complex. I was hoping for something that would shore me up over dry January, but there was little in here I could actually execute. If you are a professional bartender, or live in a big metropolitan area with lots of access to specialty ingredients, this book would work for you - but if you''re looking for simple, this isn''t it.
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Good Drinks is a good book.
Reviewed in Germany on July 19, 2021
Good recipes, assuming you''ll be willing to commit the required time to make them
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A serious and stylish look at sophisticated nonalcoholic beverages by a former Bon Appétit editor and James Beard Award nominee.

“Julia Bainbridge resets our expectations for what a ‘drink’ can mean from now on.”—Jim Meehan, author of Meehan’s Bartender Manual and The PDT Cocktail Book

NAMED ONE OF THE BEST COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR BY Bon Appétit Los Angeles Times Wired Esquire • Garden & Gun

Blackberry-infused cold brew with almond milk and coconut cream. Smoky tea paired with tart cherry juice. A bittersweet, herbal take on the Pimm’s Cup. Writer Julia Bainbridge spent a summer driving across the U.S. going to bars, restaurants, and everything in between in pursuit of the question: Can you make an outstanding nonalcoholic drink? The answer came back emphatically: “Yes.”

With an extensive pantry section, tips for sourcing ingredients, and recipes curated from stellar bartenders around the country—including Verjus Spritz, Chicha Morada Agua Fresca, Salted Rosemary Paloma, and Tarragon Cider— Good Drinks shows that decadent brunch cocktails, afternoon refreshers, and evening digestifs can be enjoyed by anyone and everyone.
 

Review

“In Good Drinks, the endlessly cool Julia Bainbridge has created a book that will not only change the way you think about booze-free drinks, but get you psyched about making them. With a well-curated team of bartenders, Bainbridge’s smart writing, lush photography, and recipes that pull from a diverse flavor profile, Good Drinks will tempt any world-curious person to start giving more thought to what they’re drinking.” —Andy Baraghani, senior editor at Bon Appétit

“With  Good Drinks, the wonderful Bainbridge strips away the tired tropes surrounding ‘mocktails’ and shows us just how exciting the world of non-alcoholic drinking can be. Crucially, the book gives practical insight to a new set of tools, rules, and applications to ensure these drinks hit as consistently—and with as much brilliance—as their boozy counterparts.” —Ryan Chetiyawardana, a.k.a. Mr Lyan

About the Author

Julia Bainbridge is an editor who has worked at Condé Nast Traveler, Bon Appétit, Yahoo Food, and Atlanta magazine, and a James Beard Award-nominated writer whose stories have been published in Food & Wine, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and Playboy, among others. Her profile of chef Iliana Regan was named one of Longreads Best of 2019: Food Writing, and Saveur magazine named an essay of hers one of the ten best food stories of 2016. She judged both the 2019 and 2020 Art of Eating Prize, serves on the International Association of Culinary Professionals Awards Advisory Committee, and was the first-ever writer in residence at industry leader Food52.

After building a career around why and how people gather, Bainbridge pivoted into why people don''t, launching The Lonely Hour podcast to explore social disconnection and other forms of loneliness. In the three years since, the show has been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine, Psychology Today, Women''s Health, Bloomberg, the Washington Post, the Financial Times, the BBC, NPR, and more.

Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.

Introduction 

Of Me

I spent the summer of 2018 crisscrossing the country in my (somewhat) dependable 2006 Subaru Impreza. After a decade of writing about food and drinks in New York City and two years doing the same in Atlanta, I got a book deal—for this very book!—and I decided that the best way to do research was to put my foot on the gas and go.

I was in search of alcohol-free mixed drinks at a time when, serendipitously, they were starting to be taken more seriously. Bartenders were (and still are) pushing against the boundaries that had previously limited “mocktails” to syrup-laden juices or glorified Shirley Temples, and consumers—sober or not—were getting curious. I knew I wouldn’t be writing the first book on nonalcoholic drinks, but I also knew that my work could capitalize on this newfound acceptance and energy. And because I was finding the things I really wanted to drink in bars, restaurants, and cafes as opposed to in other books, I could tap the people whose job it is to make good, balanced beverages—no matter the alcohol content.

You could say I did a lot of drinking and driving that summer. In between interviews and states, my car’s (painfully outdated) sound system stayed silent as I mulled over pieces of this book. How odd, my friend Tunde commented, that I could drive for hours with no music. But I needed the quiet to think, as I moved along: “Which of these beverages are still on my mind days after tasting them? Which recipes feel fresh? Which drinks warrant the effort they take to make? How much of this book is about the drinks and how much of it is about me?”

Somewhere in New Mexico, I decided that all you really need to know about my relationship to alcohol is that I’m trying not to drink it—at least not for a good while. More important: I like to eat delicious things, I like to drink delicious things, and I like to do both with the people I love. There are many others like me, and the reasons they don’t drink booze vary: religion, health issues, substance use disorders, pregnancy, mindful living. Maybe alcohol simply doesn’t fit into their lives anymore. Maybe they’re just not drinking this week. Or this night. Or this hour. (I know plenty of people who switch back and forth between alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks throughout the course of a Saturday night out.) Some statistics show that Americans are consuming less alcohol than they used to, and I hope that what I discovered on the road will get them into the kitchen. (Because it’s not about the bar; at home, good nonalcoholic drinks are made in the kitchen. More on that later.)

In Denver, Death & Co’s bartenders showed me how kefir whey gives body to nonalcoholic drinks (see page 92), which can be lacking in that area. Jermaine Whitehead handed me his recipe for the Rockefeller (page 166) from across the bar at Deep Dive in Seattle, and upon reading it, I realized I was going to have to dig through my spice cabinet, break out my 4-quart saucepan, and turn on the stove. (It ended up being worth it.) I sat in Gabriella Mlynarczyk’s living room in Los Angeles while she pressed watermelon juice with mint, rose water, and pickled plum vinegar. (Find a similar recipe of Gaby’s on page 66.) The next day, I drove back east thinking about that sweet, tart, saline drink, my tongue watering. And yes, that trip was quiet, too.

“I think I understand the driving-in-silence thing,” Tunde told me, once the trip was over. “Been walking in silence recently. It’s amazing.”

Now, though, it’s time to make noise. These drinks deserve a party.

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