Friday, January 29, 2021

Byrrh On-The-Rocks


This beer cocktail is exactly what it looks like. It is also exactly what it sounds like. It is beer and also Byrrh (pronounced beer) in a rocks glass with ice. A pale ale and French quinine wine go excellent together. They both share a fruity and hoppy herbal zing. Byrrh benefits from the fizz that the ale supplies, and the whole experience is nice as an early afternoon treat. 

But beware. Neither spirit is especially strong on alcohol, but that doesn't mean it is low ABV. If anything, this cocktail is like drinking champagne. One is nice, but wait before you get the next to see how it affects you. 

  • 2 oz. Byrrh Grand Quinquina
  • 2 oz. pale ale (Einstok used)
  • orange zest

Build drink in a chilled Old Fashioned glass full of cracked ice. Stir gently and garnish with orange zest. 


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