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best winter beers of 2018

The Best Winter Beers of 2018

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Winter is a great time to be a beer drinker. Many Canadian brewers will craft seasonal beers for your enjoyment during the winter months. Whether or not you will personally enjoy them or gift them to a beer lover, there are a lot of options to choose from. But, if you are new to beer drinking you may be confused by the large selections of beers available to you. Read More

The Puc ‘n Green Goblin

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1 oz vodka
1 oz coconut rum
1 oz apple schnapps
Sweet and sour mix
Ginger ale (optional)
Lime wedge, for garnish
Fill a cocktail shaker halfway with ice. Add schnapps, vodka, rum and sour mix. Shake vigorously until mixed well. Strain into a cocktail glass. If you like, fill to the top of the glass with ginger ale. Add a lime wedge for garnish (and yet another green accessory) and enjoy.

The Puc ‘n Red Eye

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This is a great drink for brunch and you’ll find it perfect for watching your favorite college team play a mid-morning game. Red eyes are also a super easy “hair of the dog” option for those morning hangovers. That is, of course, if you have beer left over from the party.

What You’ll Need

How to Make It

1. Pour the tomato juice into a beer mug.
2. Fill with beer.
3. Add salt to taste and stir.

Make a Better Red Beer

The Beer.

Any beer can be used in the Red Eye, although you will find that light lagers work best. There’s no need to pour your good beer into this drink, so save the IPAs, stouts, and ales for drinking on their own. Spice It Up. You can also dress up this drink’s flavor in the same way you would a Bloody Mary. If you happen to have a Bloody Mary mix in the refrigerator, go ahead and use that. Everything you need is right there and you’ll get a very flavorful drink. Should you opt for the straight pour of tomato juice, don’t skip the salt. It marries the two flavors together, which is why bartenders will often give you a salt shaker when you order a Red Beer. Just a pinch will do and be sure not to overdo it because it can quickly become too salty. If you like, add a dash of hot sauce, a grind of pepper, or a pinch of celery salt to the mix. Be sure to go slow, stir the drink, and give it a taste before adding anything else. After a Red Beer or two, you’ll find the perfect combination for your personal taste.

The Puc ‘n Ceasar

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Rim Puc n’ Glass with celery salt
Add ice
3 dashes Worcestershire sauce
6 oz Clamato juice
1 – 3 dashes hot sauce
1 oz vodka
salt and pepper
Garnish with Celery or pickle
Secret ingredient: 2 oz of Guinness. Delicious!