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Identified by Imbibe Magazine as one of “The Top 25 Most Influential Cocktail Personalities of the Past Century”<ref>[http://imbibemagazine.com/25-Most-Influential-Cocktail-Personalities/ Imbibe Magazine: The Top 25 Most Influential Cocktail Personalities of the Past Century]</ref>:
 
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::"American-born Harry Craddock left the States during [[Prohibition]] to continue his craft abroad, taking a job behind [[the American Bar]] in London’s Savoy Hotel. He is credited with popularizing the [[dry Martini]] and went on to publish [[The Savoy Cockail Book]] in 1930—a book that has become an immeasurable resource for mixing the classics."
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::"American-born Harry Craddock left the States during [[American Prohibition]] to continue his craft abroad, taking a job behind [[the American Bar]] in London’s Savoy Hotel. He is credited with popularizing the [[dry Martini]] and went on to publish [[The Savoy Cockail Book]] in 1930—a book that has become an immeasurable resource for mixing the classics."
  
 
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Revision as of 11:05, 21 November 2019

Identified by Imbibe Magazine as one of “The Top 25 Most Influential Cocktail Personalities of the Past Century”[1]:

"American-born Harry Craddock left the States during American Prohibition to continue his craft abroad, taking a job behind the American Bar in London’s Savoy Hotel. He is credited with popularizing the dry Martini and went on to publish The Savoy Cockail Book in 1930—a book that has become an immeasurable resource for mixing the classics."

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