Pumpkin Bang is a fun fall twist on the classic Bang beer cocktail. The combination of dry cider, pumpkin ale and whiskey is surprisingly rich and flavorful, without being too heavy. Plus it’s got a killer kick…
Hi guys!! Welcome to my first beer cocktail! I’m irrationally excited about this cocktail because I’ve been meaning to create a beer cocktail for some time. I’ve had a few good ones and it always mystifies me as to how beer mixed with liquor can actually taste delicious.
This cocktail is going to be your new favorite drink for the rest of the fall months. It’s got pumpkin ale (’tis the season for pumpkin!), dry cider AND whiskey in it.
1. Currently in the middle of a few crazy on crazy on crazy weeks… Last week I headed to Chopped Con, met a couple blogging idols, made new friends and crammed way too much information into my brain. This week, packing like a mad woman, assembling IKEA furniture and wishing I didn’t have so much
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Cinnamon Whiskey Sour has me falling into autumn with the greatest of ease. The fall twist on the classic cocktail is perfect for your next cocktail party! When fall comes a knocking, I always answer the door. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again – fall is hands down my favorite season. The weather,