"drank this at a new harlem pizzeria on a friday right after work. sort of a microbrew bud. refreshing, i suppose."
"the best martini ever, partly due to the setting: a rooftop bar in st petersburg, russia. "
"another local brew from my sojourn in grand rapids. delish. dark horse also brews a fantastic black ale."
"sampling the local suds in grand rapids. founders brewery is distributing locally but has big plans. keep your eyes open for this one."
"my first with hendricks. yum."
"recalling a great burger and cold beer at the res hook brewery near seattle years ago. not too hoppy but still tasty while i bbq"
"campari is marketing aperol with this recipe, found it good on a hot evening"
"brewed Oregon and New Hampshire but originally from Hawaii, this is a fine tasting lager made special b/c it came to me as a gift from a friend who encountered in on vacation on the Big Island. Good on a hot day."
"my local's take on a classic. the gran classico substitute for campari gives it a less bitter, somewhat cinnamony flava"
that should be voyageur gin
lotsa history in that cocktail, and great memories. cheers!
the official cocktail of Milan! Fantastic. Change it up with aperol in place of campari and a splash of soda.
must expand collection of bitters
i love recognizing my kitchen counter in your photos
I live in New York City and found it at my local grocer's. It is from a brewer in NY state so keep your northeastern eyes open. Distinctive organge can with a novel red gizmo that binds the six-pack together.
Less sweet, more nut than Newcastle.
I happen to have some Knob Creek. Gonna make one of these right now.
mmmm....bacon. I'll try anything with bacon.
If you use the onion brine, it would be a Dirty Gibson. I submitted a gin (Bombay Sapphire) version of a Dirty Gibson earlier in the year. Feel free to use the Drink search above to check it out, or find it through my profle. -JJ
I went to a nice tavern with my wife tonight and I ordered a Negroni when I saw that they had Campari on their "cordials" list. The bartender had no idea how to make one, so I opened SeeMyDrink.com on my Droid smartphone, showed her what to do based on your know-how, and voila!! I had a Negroni of my own. See it on the "All Drinks" page. Thanks for the inspiration. -JJ
Nice bio pic. Looking forward to your next submission.-JJ
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