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1/2 a pint of beer. Brits like to use lager, in the States we seem to use Guinness more. I guess we think it's more "authentic." For craft brew lovers, try Old #38 Stout from North Coast Brewing Co., or Black Sun Stout from Three Floyds Brewing Company. 1/2 a pint of hard cider, such as Woodchuck or Strongbow. a dash of blackcurrant syrup (optional) Pour into the same glass. If you want to get really fancy, use the back-of-the-spoon method. Turn a spoon upside-down over the beer and gently pour the cider over the back of the spoon. This allows the cider to pour down the edge of the glass and rest on top of the beer in a pousse-cafe layering..
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This delicious little invention is known as the B.A.F. and was created by mixologist Eryn Reece. Look at the ingredients in this delicious bastard.

.5 oz Aperol
.5 Gran Classico Bitter
1 oz Lustau Oloroso Don Nuño Sherry
1 oz The Macallan Fine Oak 10 Years Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Garnish: Lemon twist
Glass: Rocks

Cody of Cocktails by Cody, has created a fine set of delicious Disney cocktails.
So, grab your nostalgia hat, and let's go traverse the drunken lands of Disney.

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The principle at work is fairly simple, even if the engineering behind it is somewhat mystifying to the lay observer. Drugs like Rohypnol, GHB and Ketamine can go unnoticed if dropped in your drink, but not if a built-in warning system alerts you not to take another sip. The presence of such compounds in a cocktail will make a DrinkSavvy's 16-oz. plastic cup unmistakably change color.
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