Have A Really Merry Christmas With Rogue Spirits

We know you’re busy. There are gifts to be bought and mailed, meals to be planned and prepared. And try to get all of that done while attending a holiday party or two.

The last thing (and probably also the first thing) on your mind is a good stiff drink.

Our merry band of mixologists are here to the rescue. They put together a short list of quick and easy cocktails that will put in the Christmas mood in no time.

Santas Sleigh

Santa’s Sleigh is an elixir of our Dead Guy Whiskey and Santa’s Private Reserve from Rogue Ales. They blend nicely because they’re crafted with many of the same malts. Let this cocktail glide down your throat like sled rails on ice. We don’t know if it pairs with chocolate chip cookies, but if you’re Santa you can do whatever you like.

How To Make: Combine all the ingredients – minus the beer – into a cocktail shaker. Fill with ice and shake. Pour everything into a glass filled with ice cubes, top with the beer and stir.

Fresh Tracks

The Fresh Tracks cocktail is like a trip to fresh powder runs on the mountain. The spruce in our Spruce Gin tastes like winter and Rogue’s Yellow Snow IPA will finish the experience with the lingering bitterness you’ve come to expect from an IPA.

How To Make: Pour all the ingredients – minus the beer – into a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake. Pour and strain into a cocktail glass and top with the beer. Garnish with a Rosemary sprig.

If you want more cocktail recipes, we have plenty of them on our website. At least one of them is bound to put you in the Christmas spirit.

Merry Christmas from Rogue Spirits!

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Categories: Mixology

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