Posted on April 09 2015
Beer adds a delightful effervescence, much like cocktails that call for a splash of champagne or ginger ale. These beer-forward beverages prove that drinking your suds straight isn’t the only way to enjoy a brew. Hoppy days are here again.
Measure the rye and vermouth into a mixing glass with ice. Shake and strain into a chilled
martini glass, adding Hops and Robbers IPA at the same time. Top with the orange slice. Look cool, because you are.
Cut the cucumber slices into thin strips. Muddle the cucumber, sugar and limejuice at the bottom of an 8oz rocks glass. Add the gin and stir. Half-fill the glass with ice. Gently pour in the pilsner and garnish with a cucumber wheel. Consider never drinking a regular gin and tonic ever again.
Fill a glass with ice. Add Campari. Slowly pour in the Prison Break Pilsner. Twist the lemon peel over the drink to release the oils and run over the rim of the glass. Drop the lemon twist into the glass and serve. Feel smug about your superior cocktail making skills.