Tonight at the Public House we’ll be adding some new cocktails to the cocktail list for the winter season. We drew a lot of inspiration from the PDX Cocktail book. This is the best cocktail recipe book I’ve ever owned. Not only are the recipes extensive and inspirational but the illustrations make it like a graphic novel. It’s rare in cocktail book world that you have a good looking book with good recipes. We’ll be adding:
Benton’s Old Fashioned, this is a sweet and smoky version of the original. Bentonâ€™s Bacon Bourbon and Maple Syrup with a dash of bitters.
Little Bit Country, just like us, this is an amazing balance of citrus, sweet and spicy. We muddle jalapeÃ±o in maple syrup then add Old Charter 8 bourbon, lemon juice and a dash of bitters.
Dark and Stormy, Mount Gay Rum and Reedâ€™s Ginger Beer. We wonâ€™t let our land locked location keep us from enjoying this sailorsâ€™ delight!
Bloody Mary, our take on the classic, served in a short glass with a dash of Murphyâ€™s beer and Orange Juice.
Public House Sazerac, another classic with a twist, we rinse the with Root an herbal liquor, then pour in Sazerac Rye and a few dashes of our house made woodland bitters.
The Hemingway Daiquiri, the orginal. Itâ€™s not a slushy, itâ€™s a cocktail. 10 Cane Rum, equal parts lime and grapefuit juice with a splash of Luxardo maraschino liqueur.Hemingway Daquiri
Lawn Dart, tequila, gin, lime juice, agave, and Green Chartreuse. This fresh drink will make you long for the days of summer.
Dark and Stormy