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BITTERS EP06: Cocktail Pods – Presented by KegWorks

This episode of Bitters is presented by KegWorks: Tools for Drinking.

Michelle Merlo goes behind the bar at Las Puertas with a STEM-style recipe that’s as much fun to make as it is to imbibe.

The process is called reverse spherification. Michelle shows us how to create fun and festive cocktail pods with just a few ingredients

In this video Michelle mixes up a boulevardier cocktail composed of whiskey, sweet vermouth, and campari, but the same process can be used with nearly any cocktail recipe.

Special thanks to Victor Gonzalez for letting us use the bar at Las Puertas…and for the cameo.

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About KegWorks:

KegWorks is the place for drink enthusiasts, home bar owners, and industry professionals to find the draft equipment, bar supplies, and premium ingredients that every bar needs. Whether you want to craft the ultimate cocktail, have beers with friends or you’re looking to build the ultimate home bar, we have the tools you need.

We are dedicated to offering unique bar products that elevate the drinking experience and we’re passionate about helping our customers get the most out of their purchase. The KegWorks Blog offers recipes, how-tos, and bartending tips to inspire you to create and share adult beverages & have a damn good time doing it!

Since 1998, KegWorks has been sending “boxes of awesomeness” to customers around the world from our warehouse in Kenmore, NY. As an added show of love to our WNY customers, we also offer local pickup at our warehouse for those that can’t wait to get their new, kickass tools for drinking. Shop now at and pursue your drinking passion.


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