Posts tagged drinks
Posts tagged drinks
- 2 1/2 oz rye whiskey
- 1 oz fresh lemon juice
- 1/2 oz rich brown sugar simple syrup
- 1 tsp Cynar
- 1 egg whiteCombine all ingredients, shake, add ice, then shake again. Strain into a coupe glass, and garnish with grated allspice berry.
Are you craving a new cocktail to try? Bethenny Frankel, Skinnygirl cocktails mogul and upcoming talk show host, has a drink that will make you feel like it’s summer all year long.
Here’s how to make the Endless Summer:
1½ oz. coconut vodka
3 oz. pineapple juice
4 oz. sparkling water
Pour ingredients into a 16-oz. glass filled with 1 cup frozen mango slices and ice. Garnish with fresh mango wedge, if desired.
Cheers to the “champagne of beers!” Bon Appetit Magazine named Miller High Life a summer savior. Do you agree?
Still thinking we’re on vacation. #mojitos #drinks #thirsty
If you live in the Windy City, and you like beer, you’re in luck! Chicago Craft Beer Week 2013 is in full swing.
And if you’re not great at making decisions, let Thrillist’s decision tree make them for you in regards to where to drink some great brews this weekend.
Pantone-colored cocktails? Yea, OK. We’re not sure which one looks prettier (or more delicious): the Strawberry Beer or the Blue Hawaiian?
All we know is that If you’re going to have a cocktail, make it pretty.
Blue cheese and blueberry salad, washed down with a Pomtini (recipe from our Nov/Dec issue).#lunchofchampions #TBT #drinks
The first day of spring is just a few weeks away, and we’ll definitely be adding this rosemary lemonade gin cocktail to our repertoire for seasonal gatherings, brunches or basically anything.
This “bathtub water” cocktail was inspired by the deep south featured in Beasts of the Southern Wild. This refreshing drink will certainly make you happy—and tipsy—noon or night. Find the recipe in our newest issue.
Last fall, we polled the Facebook community to let them choose the type of beer we’d make for an article on DIY beer. And we were thrilled when readers chose stout!
Self-proclaimed beer enjoyer Rick Schuler made a smooth, creamy milk stout for the how-to home-brew feature. Try making milk stout for yourself with his recipe below, and read his thoughts on how it turned out in our new issue.
For the mash – 60 min
Liquor: 3.5 gal
For the fly sparge
Sparge volume: 4.5 gal
Sparge temperature: 180°F
Runoff: 6.25 gal
For the boil – 60 min
Yeast: 1098 British Ale
Yields: 5.5 gallons of bee
Is that an electric wine opener in your pocket or are you just happy to see me? Eggnog enthusiasts and amateur mixologists alike will love our list of booze-fueled buys. We’ve got things to drink out of, thinks to drink with, and of course, a few delicious things to drink down.
Drink up these item details in our Holiday Gift Guide.