1oz pepper-infused vodka 3/4oz pineapple gomme syrup 1/4oz lemon juice 1/4oz orange juice 4oz beer (Schraderbrau if you've got it, a nice saison if you don't)
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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..
"We were messing around with cocktails. We had some mezcal laying around, so we designed a mescal cocktail. It's fruity, it's juicy, it's kind of dangerous," said Richard Murphy, manager of Buttermilk Channel at 524 Court St. in Brooklyn. "This whole thing went down and (bar owner) Doug was like, 'Let's call it the Carlos Danger.' And the name has stuck; it's been a hit," he said. "No offense to Anthony Weiner – I'm voting for him."