Campfire Drinks and Storytelling

  • Fern Gulpy

    Inspired by the unpolluted world of Fern Gully, this cocktail celebrates the smell of fresh air and the lighter side of dark spirits. Light as a fairy, this crisp and refreshing whiskey lowball cocktail, utilizes a unique combination of white vermouth, citrus & fresh garden herbs.
  • Ostrander Hut

    Ostrander Hut - A once in a lifetime hut trip with Wyoming Whiskey
  • American Werewolf

    A punchy gin cocktail with a vibrant burst of citrus from St. George Distillery 
  • Blackberry Quiote Smash

    A blackberry mezcal smash with a kick of citrus.
  • Mezcalita

    Mezcalita - The mezcal cocktail for people who don't think they like mezcal.
  • DIY Sous Vide Liqueurs

    We are “getting crafty” and making homemade liqueurs. Follow along as we develop one of a kind cocktail modifiers using Sous Vide’s Low-Temperature-Cooking (LTC) method.
  • Build Your Own Whiskey Bar for $100

    Buying cocktail ingredients for your home bar without a clear strategy can be a huge waste of time and money.  A liquor cabinet should be full of possibilities, not dead-ends of ingredients that you use once and still come up short for the next cocktail you attempt to whip up.
  • The Day Tripper

  • Old Growth Fashioned

    Not every Old Fashioned needs to be a fruit bomb of sugar muddled with orange and cherry.
  • Cowabunga, Dude!

    This riff on the Dude’s go-to beverage is inspired by the tropical vibes of international surfer enclaves. “Is this drink lactose-free, bra?” You bet that’s garden-fresh mint too…
  • Saz-Squatch

    The legend of Bigfoot began in the Redwood Forests of Northern California... Back in 1958, local loggers discovered “mysteriously large” footprints and penciled a letter to the editor of the Humboldt times suggesting that they might belong to a giant humanoid creature, “Maybe we have a relative of the Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas?”
  • Cozy Camp Cider

    A hot whiskey cocktail that's perfect for a cold fall day.