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February 20, 2020 / Molly Allen / Sip Northwest

Shrubs 101: So Much More than a Drinking Vinegar

Shrubs are slowly but surely holding their own behind the bar, showing up in craft cocktails and mocktails all over the region. Bartenders are using them to enhance classics or to create entirely new drinks, each with its own unique taste. But the truth is, shrubs, or drinking vinegars, have been around for hundreds of years, and they’re having a comeback.

As they say, everything old becomes new again. But what exactly is a shrub? And why are bartenders choosing to use shrubs? We spoke with Josh Kramer, CEO of Shrub Farm in Bellingham, Washington, to learn more.

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