Synopses & Reviews
Ever sidled up to the bar and ordered a whiskey neat? If you havent, liquor companies that have dumbed down their marketing—and societal norms that have kept men the gatekeepers of all things boozy, stirred and brown—are partly to blame. Despite craft cocktail and farm-to-table trends that have swept the country, many women across the United States dont know their backside from a bourbon, scotch, or rum, and are notorious for giving bartenders ill-informed drink criteria (“something fruity and not too strong, please”).Thats no way for a smart, modern woman to live, and author Kayleigh Kulp knows it, because that used to be her! In Booze for Babes, she works to blow the lid off of the women-dont-know-jack-about-liquor stereotype by celebrating lady bartenders, distillers, and spirits experts, while teaching tipplers how to drink better and lean into liquor like the sexy and sophisticated women they are. Booze for Babes isnt just a book—its a movement.
About the Author
Kayleigh Kulp is a travel and spirits writer who has written for Travel + Leisure, the Travel Channel, Private Clubs, the Los Angeles Times, the Miami Herald, AARP the Magazine, Fox Business Network, Wine and Spirits, and more.