Fall cocktails are some of our favorite. Warm and cozy flavors remind you that despite the warmer temperatures, cool air is on the way. This season we’re all about presentation and unique spins on some our best selling cocktails. Check out what you can get this Fall on our seasonal cocktail menu:
Burnt Out Old Fashioned
We love an Old Fashioned but were inspired to create something new and unique to make our guest cocktail experience a little more memorable. We’re incorporating smoke from burnt oak stave from a bourbon barrel along with Four Roses Bourbon in a light bulb (a little nod to our Barn Light Electric family) with walnut bitters, and demerara.
Rumor has it there’s an ghost wandering around the brewery, which used to be an abandoned lumberyard. It may just be Ron working late…but we decided to name a cocktail after it nonetheless. We’re using Ilegal Joven Mezcal with Campari, fresh blood orange juice, lime, and sugar for this spirited cocktail.
Autumn Thyme Shrub
We’ve got a shrub back on the menu! We’re using our house orange shrub with Rittenhouse Rye, Cointreau, and spritz of mezcal for a festive fall version of this unique creation.
Everything is better with a little pumpkin, right? We’re incorporating some pumpkin puree with Cachaca, agave, lime, and a ginger puree. The result is refreshing with all the flavors of Fall.
Maple NY Whiskey Sour
Always a winner and another Fall spin on a cocktail we love to feature. We’ve taken our tradition NY Sour and added maple syrup and a topped of Portillo Malbec.
Feeling under the weather? We’ve got something to pick you right up! Cathead Vodka, Aperol, tangerine juice, orange juice, lime, and sugar. To take things up a notch we’re expressing a little orange rind with a spark before we send it off to you.
Spiced Pear Mule
We’ve taken a classic mule and added sweet and seasonally spiced pear nectar alongside Cathead Vodka, ginger beer, lime and sugar. Approachable, refreshing, and slightly spiced.
Apple Cider Cable Car
A traditional Cable Car is delicious, but try it with the addition of apple cider? It’s the perfect cocktail to sip on a (cooler) Fall afternoon. Made with Siesta Key Spiced Rum, Cointreau, apple cider, and lemon. Finished with a burnt cinnamon stick.
Fall French 75
This French 75 is refreshing, citrusy, and slightly sweet with the addition on pomegranate juice. Built with local St. Augustine Gin, St. Germain, prosecco for bubbles, pomegranate, lemon, and sugar.