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  1. Hi there,
    I was at JPL previously for Xmas in November. We enjoyed your session by the way! You had mentioned a local Alberta beer you liked (I think), it had the word ‘frog’ in it. Could you please tell me what it was again?


    • Hi Trish,

      Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. Didn’t check the comments as regularly as I do messages. I can’t remember the local Alberta beer I mentioned. There is a “Dead frog” beer brand that I remember drinking. Not sure about which one we were talking about. Hope you have a great time with friends and family. If you have already found a good “frog” beer, let me know.



  2. Hello Micah,

    Thanks again for your class “Bar Chef”. I quite enjoyed it, as I learned the basis of making good cocktails along with what ingredients to use when in season, with which spirit.


  3. I see you recommend Russian Standard Vodka for cocktails, which makes me consider that you would suggest another for say, a traditional martini or just on the rocks? Do you have an opinion about Rain vodka? Make in KY, organic grain, distilled five times. I love it

    • Thanks for the suggestion. I will have to try Rain Vodka. I do enjoy a vodka that has a slight taste if I am having a traditional martini or just on the rocks. Again, thanks again for the suggestion

  4. Need some help…got married in Mexico 02.02.12…having a breakfast at home reception next month. “Cocktail hour” to begin at 10 am, however, our venue has told us that they can not serve alcohol on Sundays before noon in our province. Just saw sparkling grape juice, raspberry juice and apple juice in the store today and wonder if a fabulous not too sweet late morning mocktail using one of these sparkling drinks might work (or is it just crap?). Thoughts?

    • Hi Janelle,

      Those sound like they will work. Have you seen the Grapple drink I posted. It is easily converted into a non alcoholic drink. It would be perfect with the sparking apple juice. You could also in a champagne flute place a raspberry in the bottle and fill halfway with the raspberry juice and then top with the sparkling grape juice. i haven’t tasted them so it is up to you to find if they work together and the right amount. Hope that helps. Congratulations on the wedding!!

  5. Hi Micah
    My name is Art and I met you at the past JPL Christmas in November. You mentioned that if you need help with a drink to ask so what is a good pina colada recipe?

  6. Hi Micah: I just wanted to thank you for last Wednesday’s seminar. You spoilt us with the cocktails you made. And thanks for the history and the tips that you gave us. I got the canisters apart with just a light tap using your advice. The evening was both fun and informative.

    Thanks again,


    • Thanks for the feedback Noreen. I’m very pleased to hear you mastered separating the shaker and shaker glass. Look forward to hearing from you when you create a personal favourite cocktail.



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