Easy cocktails for the coronavirus quarantine

The bars are closed but you still want a craft cocktail? Here are some bottled and canned options as well as takeout cocktail kits to help.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • March 20, 2020
Long before Mayor Eric Garcetti shut down all the bars in Los Angeles, Aaron Polsky was thinking about cocktails in a can. This week, he launched LiveWire, a line of canned cocktails featuring his own recipes and ones from a slew of other local...
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