Norman “Sailor Jerry” Collins Used to Host a radio talk show in Hawaii called “Old Ironsides.”

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Here’s a cocktail inspired by the talk show that covered everything from women to politics
 
Old Ironsides
 
Ingredients

2 parts Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum
4 parts fresh pineapple juice
Soda water
 
Preparation

Build in a rocks-filled highball glass.
Top with soda water and garnish with a lemon wedge.
Get to talking… and drinking.

Drinking These All Day Will Leave You Warm, Full, and Fuzzy (Not To Mention Hungover)

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Cruzan’s Better Than A Necktie
 
Ingredients:

1 part Cruzan Single Barrel Rum
1/2 part DeKuyper Vanilla Liqueur
1/4 part Fresh Lime Juice
IPA Beer
 
Method:

Add the Rum, Vanilla and Fresh Lime Juice to a pint glass. Slowly pour IPA to combine.
 

A Beer For Bicyclists

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With a light nod to Radlermass, Franz Xaver Kugler’s 1922 invention of a 50-50 beer & lemon soda drink for bicyclists that passed by his tavern, RAD is a new offering from Sixpoint that features a blend of fruit juices balanced by a smooth wheat beer base and very low ABV. Perfect for day-long sessions.

Foraged Cocktails

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Because sometimes you have to work extra hard for your drinks
 
The SoCal Cactus
created by Cocktail Consultant Matt Biancaniello in Los Angeles
 
Ingredients

2 oz. cactus infused Caorunn Gin (2 pieces of 5 inch tall cactus raw sliced up in one bottle of Caorunn for 1 1/2 weeks)
3/4 oz. lemon juice
3/4 oz. agave syrup (1:1 ratio of water to agave)
3 Meiwa Kumquats
1 oz. pickling liquid

Garnish: 2 Meiwa Kumquats sliced and one piece of cactus, pinch of Berbere Spice

Preparation

Add everything except infused gin into tin and muddle and then add cactus infused Caorunn into shaker with ice. Shake and strain into collins glass with ice. Garnish with kumquats, cactus and Berbere Spice on top.

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Drinking in a World of Excess…

beer-foamer

The Menu Beer Foamer by Norm Architects allows you to add a draught-like foam to your beer.

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Lunchtime Laughter

TJ Miller – Erryday

If You Feel Obligated to Have a Mexican-Themed Drink Today

working-mans-margarita

Paloma, the working man’s margarita.

Photo by James Ransom

Home Brewing for the Highly Organized

hopbox

The HopBox is a home brewing kit contained in a handcrafted pine and aromatic cedar wood box. Complete with a drawer and compartments for all the equipment, the HopBox enables you to brew at home and contain the mess that occurs when you try to channel your inner-booze chemist.

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Dead Rise OLD BAY Summer Ale

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Anyone who has ever spent a joyous, long afternoon picking crabs and drinking beer has an idea of how this seasonal beer from Flying Dog tastes. Brewers spent 6 months with the spice experts at OLD BAY developing this summer treat. On shelves Memorial Day through Labor Day in Maryland, DC, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, and North Carolina.

Can’t Wait Until Kids Try to Snort This…

palcohol

The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau recently approved a new powdered alcohol not-so-cleverly named “Palcohol.” Coming in seven flavors, from “Margarita” to “Kamikaze”, the powdered mixes will be available in the fall, just in time for the start of tailgate season.

Because At Some Point in the Next 72 Hours You’ll Probably Make Yourself a Drink

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KNOB CREEK SWEET & SPICY TEA
Recipe by Zac Matthews, Mixologist

INGREDIENTS:

2 parts Knob Creek Rye
2 parts Southern Style “Sweet Tea” (*recipe below)
¼ part Fresh Lemon Juice
1 part Prosecco

Method:

1. Combine Knob Creek Rye, sweet tea and lemon juice into a shaker with ice.
2. Strain into a rocks glass over ice.
3. Float Prosecco on top to finish.
4. Garnish with a lemon wedge.

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Printables

babe-ruth

Beer Money and Babe Ruth: Why the Yankees Triumphed During Prohibition by Ben Marks

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