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Best David Wondrich podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best David Wondrich podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Life Behind Bars, which is hosted by the Daily Beast’s Half Full editor Noah Rothbaum and its legendary columnist David Wondrich, allows listeners to be flies on the wall as two of the world’s foremost drinks experts talk about cocktails and spirits. It is a mix of engaging stories and historical facts about the greatest bartenders and drinks of all time. In 2018, it won the Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Award for the world's best drinks podcast. Please drink responsibly.
 
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David Wondrich and Noah Rothbaum, the co-hosts of the award-winning podcast Life Behind Bars, share the bars they wish were still open: From a pioneering 18th-century punch house to Jerry Thomas’ legendary New York bar to Dale DeGroff shaking up drinks in the Rainbow Room to the recently closed Pegu Club. Their virtual bar crawl across centuries an…
 
Tim Etherington-Judge is a hospitality industry veteran and the founder of Healthy Hospo. Tim’s an Englishman originally from Cornwall who was named the 10th most influential bar industry figure by Drinks International Magazine last year. He has held a wide range of roles in the hospitality industry, having started behind the bar before moving into…
 
After months of sheltering in place, David Wondrich and Noah Rothbaum, co-hosts of the award-winning podcast Life Behind Bars, are daydreaming about visiting their favorite bars around the world. Listen in as they plan a bar crawl for the ages, which will hit New York, New Orleans, Detroit, Miami, Havana, Tequila, London, Paris and spots in between…
 
Alex Ross is a pioneer of the Melbourne bar industry. She opened Ginger in 2001, having just arrived back from a stint in the UK where she could see that a cocktail revolution was imminent. In the nine years following, she changed the way things were done in Australia by ensuring the customer was front and centre, while utilising fresh ingredients …
 
After weeks of being closed for a mandatory coronavirus shutdown, bars in New Orleans have begun to reopen with limited capacity. On this episode of the award-winning podcast Life Behind Bars, co-hosts David Wondrich and Noah Rothbaum are joined by Neal Bodenheimer, owner of James Beard Award-winning Nola bar Cure, to talk about his recent experien…
 
Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, liquor store sales are up across the country with many folks fixing cocktails at home. On this episode of the award-winning podcast Life Behind Bars, co-hosts David Wondrich and Noah Rothbaum discuss the return of America’s nightly cocktail hour and what people are mixing up. They also discuss the long-term ef…
 
Artem Peruk is co-owner of El Copitas bar in St Petersburg, Russia. In five years since opening, El Copitas have come through unimaginable adversity to now be sitting at #27 on the World's 50 Best list, as well as nominated for Best International Bar Team at this year's Spirited Awards. Artem shares what led to them door-knocking nearby bars in an …
 
What happens when two committed bar flies can’t go to a bar? Find out on this episode of the award-winning podcast Life Behind Bars. While sheltering in place at their respective homes, co-hosts David Wondrich and Noah Rothbaum discuss the history of drinking during plagues and some of the cocktail cures that were created and popularized. (Spoiler …
 
Luke Whearty is the Aussie bartender who made his name in Singapore at iconic venues like Tippling Club and Operation Dagger. These days, he and wife Aki Nishikura are back in Melbourne heading up Byrdi, the innovative cocktail bar housed in a shopping centre that doesn't advertise any booze brands on its menu. Luke's a champion of local producers,…
 
Sebastian Reaburn, of 1806 and Anther Gin fame, is on the show to reflect on the life and times of his friend Vernon Chalker, who has sadly passed away age 55. Vernon is the man behind Gin Palace - which remains an iconic Melbourne venue - Bar Ampere, Madame Brussels and Collins Quarter. But he's also one of the main reasons for the city's world-le…
 
Ollie Margan is the man behind the drinks programs at a plethora of Adelaide venues, and is best known for being a part-owner of the highly-acclaimed Maybe Mae. Still yet to reach 30 years of age, he's achieved a phenomenal amount in a short space of time. But just as Maybe Mae was about to launch its new menu - 12 months in the making - the Corona…
 
Jeffrey Morgenthaler has been a bartender for the best part of 25 years. Like many in the industry, he first got behind the jump part-time while studying in his 20s - a degree in interior architecture that he completed, but ultimately shelved. He quickly became obsessed with cocktails, bought up old books and began his own writing about drinks, rec…
 
From the Hurricane to the Hand Grenade to the Shark Attack, some of the world’s most potent cocktails call Bourbon Street home. On this episode of the award-winning podcast Life Behind Bars, co-hosts David Wondrich and Noah Rothbaum discuss the drinking culture of this famous New Orleans street. They are joined by acclaimed Half Full columnist and …
 
Liana Oster is an Aussie expat who works as a head bartender in New York - at the best bar in the world, no less. Dante NYC is an Italian-inspired institution that specialises in Negronis and other circa-1915 cocktails and apperitivos. Last year, it took out top honours place in not one, but both of the two most prestigious bar awards on the planet…
 
Bars across the world are closed indefinitely. Millions of bartenders are out of work and hospitality businesses are on the ropes. Today, we try to make sense of it all through the lenses of two career bartenders from different corners of the globe. First, we're dialling the American Bar at the Savoy Hotel, to speak to Head Bartender Maxim Schulte,…
 
Steve Roennfeldt has been in the drinks industry for 20 years. He is better known as Steve the Bartender - a YouTube channel that has amassed almost 300,000 subscribers since first posting 200 videos in 200 days to kick things off about four years ago. Steve also runs an online barware store, has recently launched an Android smartphone app called S…
 
Brad Thomas Parsons is an award-winning cocktail and spirits writer who specialises in Bitters, Amaro and asking bartenders what their final drink would be. Brad has written three books since debuting with James Beard Award-winning 'Bitters: A Spirited History of a Classic Cure-all' in 2011, which cemented him as an authority on the elemental cockt…
 
You should really have a whiskey today—but better make it a bottled-in-bond whiskey. Why? Congress enacted the Bottled-in-Bond Act on March 3, 1897, which set a new standard for American whiskey and ushered in a new era of consumer protections. On this episode of the award-winning podcast Life Behind Bars, co-hosts David Wondrich and Noah Rothbaum,…
 
Having trouble figuring out what to order in a craft cocktail bar? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. From exotic ingredients to wildly creative new concoctions, even for drinks experts picking a cocktail can be overwhelming at times. On this episode of the award-winning podcast Life Behind Bars, co-hosts David Wondrich and Noah Rothbaum, discuss the p…
 
Last fall, we lost award-winning drinks writer Gary Regan. He wrote numerous pioneering books, including "The Joy of Mixology," "The Bartender’s Bible" and "The Negroni," in addition to writing a column for Half Full and several other publications. Gary also traveled the globe educating, inspiring and entertaining a whole generation of bartenders, …
 
From McSorley’s Old Ale House to the Ear Inn to the Nancy Whiskey, New York has no shortage of historic watering holes. On this episode of the award-winning podcast, Life Behind Bars, co-hosts David Wondrich and Noah Rothbaum, talk about the extensive history of bars in New York and how the city’s drinking culture has evolved over the last two cent…
 
Over the last 12 months, David Wondrich and Noah Rothbaum have traveled the globe—from New York to New Orleans to Naples, Italy—visiting dozens of distilleries and bars and tasting countless cocktails and spirits. On this episode of their award-winning podcast, Life Behind Bars, the co-hosts talk about some of the highlights of the year, the spirit…
 
Jason 'Widge' Williams is a Creative Director at Proof & Co. He began his hospitality career in pubs owned by his family in Queensland, before moving into running nightclubs and then cocktail bars in various parts of Australia. Now, as an integral part of the Proof & Co team in Singapore, he's played a major hand in creating some of the most exclus…
 
For the first time ever, Life Behind Bars hosts Noah Rothbaum andDavid Wondrich have taken their award-winning podcast out of the studio to do a live recording in front of an audience in, of course, a bar. On this episode, they’re joined by veteran bartender and Dewar’s North American brand ambassador Gareth Howells and over glasses of whisky (what…
 
Sean Muldoon is the co-owner of world-renowned NYC bars Dead Rabbit and BlackTail. He's on the show to share what's on the cards for both concepts - from taking the Dead Rabbit to five more cities in the next five years, to potentially relocating BlackTail, and throwing in a Hollywood movie along the way.…
 
Kathleen Davies is the founder of Nip of Courage, Australia's leading wholesaler and exporter of Aussie craft spirits. Prior to starting Nip of Courage in 2013, Kathleen worked in sales for some of the most recognisable drinks brands in the country, and she has since been a Presenter at Tales of the Cocktail and a National Judge for female bartendi…
 
Imagine a world without bourbon or rye whiskey. As terrifying as that scenario sounds, not that long ago, America was heading in that very direction. Only a trickle of rye was being made each year and bourbon brands were struggling to stay relevant and were precipitously losing market share. But just in the nick of time, American whiskey distillers…
 
Mike Enright is a bartender, hairdresser and owner of The Barber Shop Sydney and Barangaroo. Mike's career began in the UK - he was raised in English pubs and then trained as a hairdresser upon leaving school. But it wasn't too long before he was drawn back to the bar business in the 1990s, where he spent the next 25 years involved with a plethora …
 
When did drinking Scotch get to be so damn complicated? There are rules, myths, legends and half-truths that are, for lack of a better term, absolute and utter shite. They can also unfortunately lead to Scotch shaming, preventing you from drinking what you really want to drink. (Bartender: Please just add a few ice cubes to my dram and hold the san…
 
Following the tragic news of Gaz Regan's passing, we bring you our late-2018 conversation with him. News came through on Friday that Gaz Regan passed away peacefully, aged 68, following a bout of pneumonia. He was one of the most loved members of the bar and cocktail world, and for good reason. Gaz was brought up in British pubs in the 1960s, befor…
 
Joshua Bernstein is the United States' pre-eminent beer writer. For 20 years, his work has regularly appeared in The New York Times, New York magazine, Imbibe and countless other leading publications. Josh is also the author of five books, the latest of which - Drink Better Beer - has just been released and features insights from over 100 beer indu…
 
Drink trends come and go in America, but seemingly the one constant now is the unprecedented sale of vodka. Just how big is the spirit these days? Three out of every 10 bottles sold in America is vodka and the category is, unbelievably, still growing. It’s even more impressive given that 100 years ago, it wasn’t a contender and struggled to find a …
 
Richard Carleton Hacker is an author, and one of the world's foremost experts on cigars, wine and spirits. He has written 11 books, as well as countless columns for Robb Report, Playboy Magazine, Ritz-Carlton Magazine and more, and is credited with helping to ignite the cigar boom of the 1990s. Since he smoked his first 'proper' cigar in the mid-19…
 
Garth Foster is the Belvedere Vodka's Brand Development Manager for Australia and New Zealand. Garth was a bar and venue manager until "vodka chose him" and he went to work for Moet-Hennessy Australia. He takes us through how they are innovating to keep up with the other spirits categories through their Single Estate Ryes and more. Stay up-to-date …
 
Alex Gondzioulis is a bartender at Bulletin Place, Sydney, who was crowned Bartender of the Year at the 2019 Australian Bartender Awards. On that same night, Bulletin Place took out Best Sustainable Bar Program, so we had plenty we wanted to unpack with Alex. We chat about how he prepared for the Bartender of the Year competition, the two cocktails…
 
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