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Stay inside and Skrew it up

Skrewball Peanut Butter Old Fashioned.

Now that we’re settling in for the long haul of self-isolation due to the threat of coronavirus, it’s time to figure out which cocktail is going to get you through.

Our friends at Skrewball Whiskey, who recently committed to donating $500,000 as part of their Skrew COVID-19 campaign, have come up with some easy cocktail recipes you can make at home to with (mostly) common ingredients.

So sit back and relax with a Skrewball cocktail that will warm your soul during these dark times.

Peanut Butter Old Fashioned

1.5 oz. Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey
.75 oz. Rye Whiskey
4 Dashes Angostura Bitters
Luxardo Cherry

Instructions: Build together in Old Fashioned glass. Stir until properly chilled. Garnish with Luxardo cherry.

Skrewed Irish Coffee

Skrewed Irish Coffee

1-2 shots of Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey
1 cup of brewed coffee
Whipped Cream

Instructions: Brew your favorite cup of coffee. Add in a shot or two of Skrewball. Top it off with whipped cream to make it a more indulgent treat.

Skrewball Punch.

Skrewball Punch

5.5 cups sparkling red wine
4 oz. Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey
12 oz. Orange soda
12 oz. Club Soda
Ice

Optional: Cinnamon sugar rims and orange wedges on glasses and for garnish.
Instructions: Put all into large punch bowl.

(Skrew)ball

1.5 oz. Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey
3 oz. Club soda
1 Dash bitters

Optional: Garnish with a lime.
Instructions: Build all in Collins glass with ice.
Alternatives: Ginger ale Presbyterian (half soda, half Sprite or Ginger ale).

Updates:

12:09 PM, Apr. 01, 2020: A previous version of this article stated that Skrewball Whiskey donated $500,000 to the United States Bartender’s Guild’s new Bartender Emergency Assistance program, however, $250,000 has been donated to USBG’s program, with an additional $100,000 donated to the California Restaurant Association and another $100,000 to C.O.R.E. (Children of Restaurant Employees) and around $50,000 in care packages around San Diego.


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