More bars pour kegged craft cocktails

12/27/2013 | Esquire.com

Craft cocktails are showing up in more big-city restaurants by the keg, a trend that is likely to continue, writes Evan Fleischer. The Fairsted Kitchen in Brookline, Mass., serves a Bijou cocktail of gin, vermouth, génépy and orange bitters in draft form, while letting bartenders mix up the classics, such as Manhattans, the old-fashioned way.

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