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Bar ToolsImagine walking into your favorite bar and watching the bartender craft your drink carefully with a wide selection of bar tools. First, he fills the shaker with ice, and then he pours a shot into it with a jigger, carefully adding some cocktail mix. After he shakes up and down, out comes the sifter, and then out comes your drink into a chilled bar glass.If you have always wanted to re-create this scene in your own home, now you can with the Williams-Sonoma tableware sale on bar tools and accessories. Stock up on stainless-steel, copper and aluminum essentials you need to go from amateur barkeep to professional mixologist. Make sure find accessories to garnish your drinks, open beer and wine bottles and muddle and mix your own herbs for bitters. You can even create your own unique ice so that everyone leaves your bar with a lasting memory.One of the most essential bar tools in the tableware sale is a sparkling water machine. These electronic stands produce liters of tonic water that you can add to ice and gin to create a classic gin and tonic with lime garnish. Add a little bit of homemade soda water to your whiskey or bourbon to take the edge off or just consume the sparkling water on its own as a refreshment between cocktails.When making your own margaritas out of lime juice from your juicer, make sure to have the appropriate salt garnish on top of your outdoor drinkware for an authentic experience. Fill a cocktail rimmer with coarse salt, and then dip the glass into it to take the edge off the tequila and lime. You can also fill a rimmer with sugar, dipping a cocktail glass in it before creating a lemon drop cocktail.When muddling drinks such as old fashioneds, mojitos and mint juleps, you need a good tool. A wooden muddler is the best, most authentic option for this task. A stainless-steel muddler, however, is easier to clean in the dishwasher and also avoids corrosion because of its specialty material. You can even find a swizzle stick that lets you muddle and then stir without ever taking it out of the drink.If you are looking for a gift for a new bar owner, a set of essential stainless-steel bar tools monogrammed with his name is something that can be used repeatedly. Make sure you also provide a couple of shakers for mixing cocktails too. A mixer made of stainless-steel can stay in the freezer or cooler so it does not break up as much ice, making the integrity of the drink stronger. Another great gift idea is a stainless-steel flask with her name monogrammed on it. These devices are great to take on camping trips or to tailgate parties.The art of mixology also contains a lot of science. Measuring spirits and other ingredients is essential for new bartenders who are just getting the hang of things. Make sure the bar is stocked with jiggers that help to measure spirits, liqueurs and other mixers. After getting used to pouring from bottles, bartenders start to learn to feel how much they are pouring, making the practice intuitive.Not everything in the bar has to be complicated, and sometimes you just want to pour a cold beer into a casual glass. Pick up a beer bottle opener that attaches to the wall so you never have to worry about finding one somewhere around the bar. In addition, one of the most important things about a bar is ice because no one wants hot toddies all of the time. Make sure to stock up on plenty of ice trays, keeping them full in the freezer in case company shows up unexpectedly. + More

Home Bar Supplies

A home bar can be a great addition to your lifestyle and can serve as a multi-functional space. The home bar can be a place of entertaining and festivities, a private space to get away from the kids, or a place to host gameday viewings. Whether you’re looking to build, enhance or expand your Home Bar, Beverage Factory has exactly what you’ve been looking for! We carry the essential items needed to outfit your home bar such as Home Bar Furniture, Cocktail Sets, Ice Buckets & Crushers, Martini Accessories, Bar Décor, Coasters and Bar Drink Dispensing Systems. We also carry the finishing touches for your home bar that will make it uniquely yours, like our Harley Davidson themed decorations and stoneware beer steins.

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Home Bar Rule #1: Pick alcohol you actually enjoy imbibing. When I first started my own home bar, I only picked spirits that I thought would impress guests when I had them over. I ended up spending a fortune for alcohol that I hardly ever used. While you’ll use your home bar for entertaining, don’t forget that a home bar’s main customer is you. When you mix yourself a cocktail to sip on the weekends while you sit on the patio with your dog, you want to enjoy it. The dog doesn’t care what your favorite gin is. That is of course if this pooch isn’t your dog. He’s so smug.

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New! Urban Bar® For more than 30 years, U.K.-based Urban Bar® has been designing luxury bar tools and glassware for Europe’s hospitality and spirits industries. Now, for the first time ever, Urban Bar’s stunning line of products are available stateside for your cocktail crafting pleasure. Exclusively at KegWorks. Shop Urban Bar »

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Remember Home Bar Rule #2: Start small. If you don’t have room or any place to store your home bar, keep your home bar small. Pick two or three different liquors and stick with those. When I was in an apartment, I kept my small bar in a cabinet above the fridge, and I kept my mixers and garnishes in the fridge.

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Home Brewing Supplies Every step of the home brewing process is accounted for in our collection of supplies and equipment. We’ve got every kit, tool, or part that you’ll need to keep your homebrew operation flowing. Shop Home Brew Supplies »

Home Bar Supplies

If you do move into a bigger place and you’ve really enjoyed being a home mixologist, then I can’t recommend installing a permanent home bar in your home enough. Many homes today come with wet bars and storage space for a home bar. If you don’t have that, with a little initiative and sweat, you can install your own bar in an unused room in the house.

Home Bar Supplies

Bar Signs Don’t let your bar be boring. Create a fun-loving atmosphere that will keep your friends coming back by hanging premium bar signs, posters, and more on the walls of your favorite drinking hangout. Shop Bar Signs »

If you’d like something a bit more distinguished than your kitchen cabinet to serve as the home for your home bar, consider getting a cocktail cabinet or mini bar. They’re small pieces of handsome furniture that you can usually put up against the wall. They’re nice because they can serve as a gathering point without having a huge bar installed in your home. Cocktail cabinets take up very little space, but can hold quite a bit of alcohol and glassware. I have friend who picked up a vintage cocktail cabinet at the antique store. It was a bit rough, but with a bit of elbow grease he was able to spruce it up. Here’s a nice example of a retro cocktail cabinet from the 50s:

Imagine walking into your favorite bar and watching the bartender craft your drink carefully with a wide selection of bar tools. First, he fills the shaker with ice, and then he pours a shot into it with a jigger, carefully adding some cocktail mix. After he shakes up and down, out comes the sifter, and then out comes your drink into a chilled bar glass.

Not everything in the bar has to be complicated, and sometimes you just want to pour a cold beer into a casual glass. Pick up a beer bottle opener that attaches to the wall so you never have to worry about finding one somewhere around the bar. In addition, one of the most important things about a bar is ice because no one wants hot toddies all of the time. Make sure to stock up on plenty of ice trays, keeping them full in the freezer in case company shows up unexpectedly.

If you have always wanted to re-create this scene in your own home, now you can with the Williams-Sonoma tableware sale on bar tools and accessories. Stock up on stainless-steel, copper and aluminum essentials you need to go from amateur barkeep to professional mixologist. Make sure find accessories to garnish your drinks, open beer and wine bottles and muddle and mix your own herbs for bitters. You can even create your own unique ice so that everyone leaves your bar with a lasting memory.

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