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11 Nov 2014 By

Men who make drinks are popular. They’re also, quite literally, self-serving. In that gracious spirit we present The Cocktail Quarterly, a series of seasonal cocktail recipes that recurs once per season. Enjoy.

It’s fall. A chill is settling in. So it’s time to feed the furnace of your imbibing.

Start here: The InsideHook Cocktail Quarterly, Vol. VI: Fall Drinks.

We’ve collected 11 recipes from America’s top mixologists of tipulars: Joaquín Simó from NYC’s Pouring Ribbons sets you up with a mezcal Midnight Marauder; Greg Linden from SF’s Rye on the Road offers his Dogpatch, a subtle twist on the classic old fashioned.

Plus, nine more handymen from behind the pine.

Learn to make it at Insider Hook.

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