FOOD & MIXOLOGY Sit down and mix it up with mixol­o­gist Chris Glass

GA Voice - - Food & Mixology -

By PA­TRICK SAUNDERS

With a last name like his, you could say Chris Glass was born to be a mixol­o­gist. The 31-year-old Delaware na­tive moved to At­lanta from Philadel­phia three years ago look­ing for new op­por­tu­ni­ties, and he has found them, work­ing var­i­ous events through lo­cal ca­ter­ing com­pa­nies and making a name for him­self across the city with his var­i­ous sig­na­ture drinks.

The openly gay cer­ti­fied mixol­o­gist talks about the dif­fer­ence be­tween him and a bar­tender, his most pop­u­lar con­coc­tions and his grand plans for the fu­ture.

How did you get in­volved in mixology?

Chris Glass has a sweet tooth when it comes to cock­tails, some­times us­ing rock candy or Jolly Ranch­ers as a garnish. (Photo by Pa­trick Saunders)

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