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Bonus: Washington D.C. | Community Post: What's Your Home State's Signature Cocktail?

Bonus: Washington D.C. | Community Post: What's Your Home State's Signature Cocktail?

Wyoming The Boiler Maker (Light draft beer and whiskey) Why?: Similar to Old Faithful in Wyoming, The Boiler Maker is a geyser of sorts. To consume this cocktail, you first have to drop the shot of whiskey into the beer, then down the entire thing in one gulp.

Wyoming The Boiler Maker (Light draft beer and whiskey) Why?: Similar to Old Faithful in Wyoming, The Boiler Maker is a geyser of sorts. To consume this cocktail, you first have to drop the shot of whiskey into the beer, then down the entire thing in one gulp.

Tennessee Lynchburg Lemonade   (Jack Daniel’s whiskey, Triple sec, sweet & sour, and Sprite) Why?: This famous cocktail got its name from the Jack Daniel’s Distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee. Alabama restauranteur Tony Mason brought JD to court, alleging that the distillery stole his recipe, but a judge declined his request for $13 million in damages.

Tennessee Lynchburg Lemonade (Jack Daniel’s whiskey, Triple sec, sweet & sour, and Sprite) Why?: This famous cocktail got its name from the Jack Daniel’s Distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee. Alabama restauranteur Tony Mason brought JD to court, alleging that the distillery stole his recipe, but a judge declined his request for $13 million in damages.

New Jersey Applejack   1 1/2 oz Applejack® brandy 4 dashes grenadine syrup 1 ozfresh lemon juice  Why?: During the colonial period in New Jersey, the Applejack was used as currency to pay road construction crews. New Jersey also boasts the oldest licensed distillery, Laird & Company, which continues to produce applejack.

New Jersey Applejack 1 1/2 oz Applejack® brandy 4 dashes grenadine syrup 1 ozfresh lemon juice Why?: During the colonial period in New Jersey, the Applejack was used as currency to pay road construction crews. New Jersey also boasts the oldest licensed distillery, Laird & Company, which continues to produce applejack.

Montana Tornado   serve in Mason Jar alcohol 32% options print this drink recipe  save this drink recipe  comment on this drink recipe Scale ingredients to   servings   5 shots vodka 5 shots Jack Daniel's® Tennessee whiskey 5 shots gin 5 shots tequila 5 oz 7-Up® soda  Pour all ingredients into a mason jar, and stir.

Montana Tornado serve in Mason Jar alcohol 32% options print this drink recipe save this drink recipe comment on this drink recipe Scale ingredients to servings 5 shots vodka 5 shots Jack Daniel's® Tennessee whiskey 5 shots gin 5 shots tequila 5 oz 7-Up® soda Pour all ingredients into a mason jar, and stir.

Missouri Mule Description Bourbon, Applejack, Campari, Triple sec, Lemon juice Ingredients 3⁄4	oz	Bourbon 3⁄4	oz	Applejack, Lairds 3⁄4	oz	Lemon juice 1⁄2	oz	Campari 1⁄2	oz	Triple sec, Cointreau Instructions Combine with ice, shake and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Notes Approximated measurments. History Created for President Harry S. Truman. It signifies Truman's homestate of Missouri and the Democratic Party mascot, the mule.

Missouri Mule Description Bourbon, Applejack, Campari, Triple sec, Lemon juice Ingredients 3⁄4 oz Bourbon 3⁄4 oz Applejack, Lairds 3⁄4 oz Lemon juice 1⁄2 oz Campari 1⁄2 oz Triple sec, Cointreau Instructions Combine with ice, shake and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Notes Approximated measurments. History Created for President Harry S. Truman. It signifies Truman's homestate of Missouri and the Democratic Party mascot, the mule.

Mississippi Punch  This cocktail first printed in Jerry Thomas’s The Bon Vivant’s Companion finds its origins somewhere “along the Mississippi,” according to cocktail historian, David Wondrich.  1 1/2 oz. light rum 1 oz. rye or bourbon 1 oz. brandy 1/2 oz. fresh lemon juice 1/2 tsp. granulated sugar 1 dash Angostura bitters Ice cubes Tools: shaker, strainer Glass: Collins

Mississippi Punch This cocktail first printed in Jerry Thomas’s The Bon Vivant’s Companion finds its origins somewhere “along the Mississippi,” according to cocktail historian, David Wondrich. 1 1/2 oz. light rum 1 oz. rye or bourbon 1 oz. brandy 1/2 oz. fresh lemon juice 1/2 tsp. granulated sugar 1 dash Angostura bitters Ice cubes Tools: shaker, strainer Glass: Collins

The Iowa Sunrise (Bacardi white rum, vodka, lemonade, sprite, orange juice, and grenadine)

The Iowa Sunrise (Bacardi white rum, vodka, lemonade, sprite, orange juice, and grenadine)