Rogue Spirits Guide To Summer Cocktails

With summer officially here, we’ve dug up some of our favorite recipes for summer cocktails, and discovered some new takes on old classics.

Let’s get started.


‘Nut Rum and Root Beer

‘Nut Rum and Root Beer

Just about every kid loves root beer. Our ‘Nut Rum and Root Beer cocktail will take you back to those carefree summer days of running through the park, and getting sand between your toes on the beach.

1.5 oz Rogue Spirits Hazelnut Spice Rum
4 oz Rogue Root Beer

Put ice rocks glass. Combine Rogue Spirits Hazelnut Spice Rum and Rogue Root Beer. Stir.



Summer Scotch


Single Malt Summer

Die-hards insist that the only way to enjoy a single malt whiskey is on the rocks or maybe with a splash of water. But did you know that until the 1800s, most scotch whiskey was served as punch? Today whiskey punch is the rage in the land of Auld Lang Syne.

2 oz. Oregon Single Malt Whiskey
1 oz. fresh lemon juice
1.5 oz Rhubarb, Ginger and Honey Syrup
1 handful Summer berries (raspberries, strawberries, blackberries
Ginger ale

Pour all ingredients except the ginger ale into a glass filled with one-third crushed ice. Stir lightly. Top with a splash of ginger ale. Garnish with orange wedge, mint sprig and summer berries.

Marionberry Collins

Marionberry Collins

Marionberry Collins

While most recipes call for raspberries, we prefer the slightly tangy flavor of marionberries. Now that fresh berries are appearing at farmers markets, there’s no better time for a Marionberry Collins.

2 fresh marionberries
.25 oz. simple syrup
2 oz Spruce Gin
1 oz. fresh lemon juice
1 oz. club soda

Muddle the marionberries and simple syrup in a glass. Add Spruce Gin, lemon juice and stir. Fill with ice and top with club soda. Garnish with lemon, mint sprig or marionberries.

Here’s another way to spend summer, join us at one of our Rogue festivals. Check them out on the Rogue Ales and Spirits Facebook page.

Spirits Line Up Apr 2015 logo


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1 reply

  1. Reblogged this on Whiskey And Whisky For The Everyday Man and commented:
    I prefer mine neat, or if its really hot poured over whiskey stones. But, For my readers who like to mix, these sound pretty good.

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