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For chilly, and chillin Fall Nights, here's a few suggestions.

Sep 22, 2021 02:31PM ● By John Gales
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Nights are getting colder.  Here's a few mixes that will warm you right up.  

Tom's Town Distillery, Kansas City   

Thirsty Kingdom

1.5 oz. Tom's Town Botanical Gin, official gin of the Kansas City Chiefs
3 oz. cranberry juice
1/4 oz. fresh lime juice 
Splash of ginger ale

Build ingredients in a rocks glass, add ice, and garnish with a mint leaf.

Switchgrass Spirits, St. Louis   

Side Car

2 oz Switchgrass Apple Brandy
1 oz Cointreau
3/4 oz fresh lemon juice

Shake the Switchgrass Apple Brandy, Cointreau, and fresh lemon juice with ice. 
Fine strain into a chilled coup. 
Twist a lemon peel over the drink to express the oils and either drop it into the glass or cut a slit into it and sit on the rim.

Restless Spirits Distilling Company, North Kansas City 


Sons of Erin Irish Coffee

• 6 oz hot coffee
• 1.5 oz Sons of Erin Irish Whiskey
• 3 tsp brown sugar

Combine ingredients in an Irish coffee mug. Top with lightly whipped heavy cream. Sprinkle with espresso and/or cinnamon

Builders Spiced Gimlet

• 2 oz Builders Botanical Gin
• 0.75 oz lime
• 0.75 oz spiced syrup*

Shake ingredients in a cocktail shaker and strain into a chilled coupe. Garnish with star anise pod.
*Spiced syrup: one cup water, 1.5 cups white sugar, three cinnamon sticks, 3-star anise pods; infuse for 3 days in sealed container OR bring to boil and simmer covered for 30 minutes.


Cinnamon Stone-Fashioned
• 2 oz Cinnamon Stone Breaker Whiskey
• One Quarter Ounce maple syrup
• Four dashes Angostura bitters
• Cinnamon stick
• Orange peel

Burn the end of the cinnamon stick and place a rocks glass over it. Combine Cinnamon Stone Breaker, maple syrup, and bitters in a mixing glass and stir well. Serve in the smoked glass over ice. Garnish with orange peel and cinnamon stick.

Public House Brewing Company, St. James/Rolla

Kinsale King


Giddy Goat Flip


Stout Punch

 Cheers! And Happy Fall!