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Craig E

Stirring with a thermometer

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I do it. I use a regular thermapen.

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I do it. I use a regular thermapen.

Do you also have different target temps for different types of drinks?

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When I pay attention to temperature, I use a regular cocktail spoon and an infrared gun thermometer (that I got from Kerry at an eG conference). It's really easy to use and it works great. Plus it has a variety of applications - from chocolate and candy making to pool thermometer!

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When I pay attention to temperature, I use a regular cocktail spoon and an infrared gun thermometer (that I got from Kerry at an eG conference). It's really easy to use and it works great. Plus it has a variety of applications - from chocolate and candy making to pool thermometer!

Wow, never heard of such a thing!

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Thermodynamics all up in this.
 

 

Anyway, we don't stir with thermometers because that is #wank, but we do often check our refrigerated and frozen pre-batches to see if they are comparable and therefore viable alternatives to stirred counterparts.

Yes, frozen, pre-diluted Manhattan is amazing. See also; Slamhattan shots.

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