Drink of The Weekend August 2nd

- Pressing Charges -

Welcome to the next edition of  the FANFOOD Drink of the Weekend. Every weekend we will provide you with recipes for great drinks that are perfect for your backyard BBQ, or at your next tailgate party.

 

This week it’s Pressing Charges

 

This recipe comes from Larceny Kentucky Straight Bourbon and it’s origins in the long and colorful history of John E. Fitzgerald and the Old Fitzgerald brand. According to lore, John E. Fitzgerald built a distillery on the banks of the Kentucky River in the 1870s and sold his fine Bourbon to rail lines, steamships, and private clubs. The Old Fitzgerald brand was first registered in the 1880s by S.C. Herbst, and was eventually sold to Julian P. “Pappy” Van Winkle during Prohibition. Pappy moved production of Old Fitz to his distillery where it became the first great wheated Bourbon and eventually one of the most famous Bourbon brands in the world.

 

INGREDIENTS

2oz Larceny
2oz Ginger ale
2oz Soda Water
2 dashes Peychaud’s Bitters

PREPARATION

Combined ingredients in an old fashion glass with ice

First the Larceny then ginger ale and soda, float bitters on top

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