Monthly Archive: April 2017

9pm – 5am Beer Cocktail

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So this week we’re at it again mixing all the drinks to make 1 super drink. I believe that they call it a cocktail. We were blessed by 2 32oz Crowlers of Tomoka Brewing Company 9-5 beer and a bottle of Copper Bottom Vodka. You may not know this but Tomoka also has delicious coffee beans. Just sip this one though cause it’s strong strong….

Yield: 16oz pint

Ingredients:

8-10 oz Tomoka Brewing 9 to 5 Brown Porter
2-3 oz Copper Bottom Spirits Vodka
4-6 Coffee Beans
Directions:

In a 12 oz tumbler add the vodka. top with the beer pouring vigorously to form a head. Float the 4-6 coffee beans on top for that strong coffee nose.  Make it as strong as you want you won’t taste it. Drinker Beware the end product is about 10-15% abv…

The Beer we used

The Vodka that we used

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The Hazy Sunset

Hey Guys! This Week’s Drink of the week Sponsored by….

 

We wanted to do a special beer cocktail for you guys featuring delicious Tomoka Beer. When we first got in contact with them about sponsoring the drink of the week they wanted to focus on drinking local and supporting local businesses. With that they recommended that we use Copper Bottom Spirits. Copper bottom is a distillery right up way from Tomoka in Holly Hill. I said let’s do this so we got together and this is a slightly modified version of what we came up with. Enjoy! Drink local and check out Tomoka Brewing Company in Port Orange.

Yield: 16oz pint

Ingredients:

1 can Tomoka Brewing Hazy Sunrise Wheat Ale
3 oz Copper Bottom Spirits Silver Rum
4-6 Raspberries
1/2 Raspberry Puree (recipe below)

Directions:

In a 16 oz pint glass place the raspberries and muddle with the rum. Then add strawberry puree and top with ice cold Hazy Sunrise Wheat ale. Try not to drink it too fast. There’s a reason why it’s called a Hazy Sunset. and that’s because it’ll put you down! lol

The Beer we used

The Rum that we used

Raspberry Puree

Ingredients:

2 cups of fresh Raspberries
1 lemon zested and juiced
1/2 cup of sugar
1/2 cup water

Directions:

In a 2 quart sauce pan add all ingredients and allow to come to a boil. Reduce to a simmer for 5 mins stirring occasionally. Strain through a fine mesh strainer. Can keep in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.

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