This monthly online cocktail party is hosted by different sites each month, but you can always get the details at MixologyMonday.com.
Founded in April 2006 by Paul Clarke of The Cocktail Chronicles, MxMo has covered a wide range of topics from specific spirits (whisk(e)y, gin), liqueurs (pastis, creme de la creme) and other ingredients (mint, bitters) to more esoteric themes from "Farewell to Summer" to "Local Flavor". Here's the full list of past events.
Bibulo.us is getting into the fun with MxMo XXXI. Our chosen topic is "19th-century Cocktails" and we're looking forward to kickin' it old style with everyone.
Since the day of Mixology Monday always sneaks up on folks, we're opening up the comments early for you here. We'll be posting a big roundup on September 15th, so, as Paul so eloquently put it, start dusting off your crustas and pondering your cobblers and other old-school drinks!
Bonus points to anyone who can bring us early William "Cocktail" Boothby recipes, especially pre-1900 versions of the Ruby Cocktail.