Video Exclusive: Jason Segel & Ed Helms Rock Out

For our upcoming Comedy Issue, Jeff, Who Lives at Home costars Jason Segel and Ed Helms got together in a Pasadena garage for an epic jam session, proving that they’re as good at making music as they are at making jokes. Our April/May issue features an awesome photospread of the would-be rockstars, which you can see in the next few weeks. In the meantime, check out our exclusive behind-the-scenes video of the shoot after the jump!

Saturn’s Sour

Adam DelGiudice: Saturn’s Sour

 

1.5 oz KETEL ONE Vodka

.75 oz fresh lime juice

.5 oz Simple syrup

1 bar spoon dry vermouth

2 bar spoons fig preserves

Combine ingredients in an ice-filled cocktail shaker. Shake and strain into a rocks glass filled with fresh ice. Add a float of dry red wine and garnish with a dried fig.

Saturn’s Sour

Adam DelGiudice: Saturn’s Sour

 

1.5 oz KETEL ONE Vodka

.75 oz fresh lime juice

.5 oz Simple syrup

1 bar spoon dry vermouth

2 bar spoons fig preserves

Combine ingredients in an ice-filled cocktail shaker. Shake and strain into a rocks glass filled with fresh ice. Add a float of dry red wine and garnish with a dried fig.

Verfrissing Collins

By Chris Bostick

2 oz KETEL ONE Vodka
.75 oz fresh lemon juice
.5 oz honey syrup (3 parts honey: 1 part hot water)
.25 oz Cocchi Americano
1 Tbsp thyme leaves
2 dashes Bitter Truth celery bitters

Soda to top

Combine all ingredients except for vodka in a mixing glass and lightly muddle. Add vodka, whip with no ice and strain in Collins glass. Add ice, top with club soda, and garnish with thyme sprig.

Chris Bostick

Turning cocktail crafting into an intellectual and artistic pursuit, this Austin native stands apart from other Los Angeles-based bartenders. Chris Bostick’s career began after high school, when a job at a restaurant transformed into a bartending gig after the manager noticed his great organizational skills and unflagging attention to detail. After a three-year stint in New York, Bostick realized that bartending, with its mixture of hospitality and mixology, is his passion. Today, Bostick can be found inventing new drinks and perfecting old ones at a classic LA speakeasy. In his free time, he’s still on the job, attending cocktail conferences and writing for his cocktail blog, Blueprint Cocktail.

Chris Bostick

Turning cocktail crafting into an intellectual and artistic pursuit, this Austin native stands apart from other Los Angeles-based bartenders. Chris Bostick’s career began after high school, when a job at a restaurant transformed into a bartending gig after the manager noticed his great organizational skills and unflagging attention to detail. After a three-year stint in New York, Bostick realized that bartending, with its mixture of hospitality and mixology, is his passion. Today, Bostick can be found inventing new drinks and perfecting old ones at a classic LA speakeasy. In his free time, he’s still on the job, attending cocktail conferences and writing for his cocktail blog, Blueprint Cocktail.