Freaky Leaky Drink of the Week – by Trey

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


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


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


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


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.

D.O.T.W., Trey's Blog

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Giggle Juice

We had a request for a Gin drink from our good Friends Mike and Janine on episode 178. This is what I came up with and we all know why I called it giggle juice after listening to the episode. My take on a Gin and Ginger.

3 oz Gin
2 oz limoncello
lime segment
6oz ginger beer


In a tall glass filled with ice squeeze the lime and add liquor. Top with ginger beer and stir to gently incorporate, (stirring to vigorously cause the drink to go flat) You can substitute ginger ale if you really want to but it doesn’t quite get you where you need to be. I also think it goes flat faster.

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Baby Guinness Shot

Hey guys sorry that this is being posted so late but this shot is too damn delicious not to share. Its 2 liquors and an easy one to make check it out!


1 oz Parton Coffee Liquor
1/2 oz Irish Cream


Pour one ounce of coffee liqueur into the glass. Pour 1/2 of an ounce of Irish cream. Pour the Irish cream gently so that it sits on top of the coffee liqueur, making up the remaining 1/3 of the drink. This lighter liqueur will resemble the foamy head of a Guinness. Holding a spoon over the top of the coffee liqueur and pouring the Irish cream over it may help it layer more evenly.


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