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Local Cocktails: What to Drink Where

Nov 28, 2016 05:34PM ● By Melanie Heisinger

by Corey Burdick


Have family in town? Treat them to a cocktail made with local spirits. Mike McCarthy at Woodstock Beverage recommends checking out these spots for a delicious libation.


Bentleys of Woodstock

Negroni: Barr Hill gin, campari, sweet vermouth, garnished with an orange slice

American Mule: Barr Hill vodka, ginger beer and lime wedge


Woodstock Inn

Maple Manhattan: Makers Mark bourbon, Sapling maple liquor, and angostrura bitters

Green Mountain Bamboozler: Barr Hill gin, club soda, tonic, orange juice and lime juice


On The River Inn

VTINI: Silo vodka, Sapling liquor, lemon juice, and bacon

Coolidge: local cider with Sapling maple liquer

Twin Farms

A Call to Action: Barr Hill gin, chambord, framboise


The Public House (Quechee)

Bees Knees: Barr Hill gin, grapefruit and pineapple juice

Visitor's Coffee: Barr Hill vodka, fresh brewed coffee, and whipped cream


Parker House Inn and Restaurant (Quechee)

Vespa: Silo vodka, Barr Hill gin, lillet, and a lemon twist

Apple Press: Vermont chilled apple cider, St. Germain, and an orange twist


Barnard Inn Restaurant

Pirates of the Green Mountains: Dunc's Mill maple rum, domaine canton, fresh lime, and soda

Creamsicle: Vermont Spirits white vodka, Grand Marnier, vanilla extract, and orange zest

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