The monthly newsletter of The Museum of the American Cocktail™


December 2005; Vol 2, Issue 6
Our first year is coming to an end, with lots of things having transpired. In this issue we share with you how we've responded to the needs of our New Orleans community through our very successful "Happy Hour" benefit, but we also let you know on some of the new and exciting projects that we are hard at work on.
July 2005; Vol 2, Issue 5
In this edition we provide a report on how the first 6 months of seminars have been, along with some details about the upcoming "Tales of the Cocktail" event in New Orleans.
May 2005; Vol 2, Issue 4
The big news this month is filling you in on the details about how we are tracking down the new home for The Museum of the American Cocktail.
April 2005; Vol 2, Issue 3
Monthly? Did somebody say monthly? Shhh... I won't tell anybody if you don't. In this newsletter Dale treats us to some background on the Manhattan, and we also discover that "Mixologist: Journal of the American Cocktail" is finally printed! And it looks BE-A-U-Tiful! (Thanks Ted!)
February 2005; Vol 2, Issue 2
A lot has been happening this last month, not only are we almost ready to publish the first edition of "Mixologist: Journal of the American Cocktail, but we have also started up our first round of cocktail seminars in New Orleans.
January 2005; Vol 2, Issue 1
This big news this month of course is the opening of our exhibit at the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum. In this months newsletter Ted "Dr. Cocktail" Haigh provides us with his report, as curator, of the initial setup and presentation of the exhibit.
December 2004; Vol 1, Issue 2
Plans are quickly progressing toward the opening of the Museum next month. In this issue we provide some additional details about the opening festivities; a report on how our Las Vegas exhibit went; some information about our online discussion forum; as well as let you know about a cocktail shaker exhibit currently being shown at the New Orleans Museum of Art.
November 2004: Vol 1, Issue 1
Welcome to the first newsletter of the Museum of the American Cocktail ™. In this issue we announce our plans for the exhibit to be presented at the International Bartenders Association (IBA) Conference in Las Vegas, as well as our plans to open up in New Orleans in January of 2005. We also provide information about our publication of "Mixologist: Journal of the American Cocktail". David Wondrich provides an account about his visit to the grave of Jerry Thomas; and Jared Brown tells us about the museum planned around the recently excavated site of George Washington's distillary.

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