I love coffee in ways that are most likely very unhealthy. At the end of a long day, I can still relax with a cup of iced coffee. Add a little stout and some Irish whiskey, like the bartenders at Soda and Swine in San Diego did, and you have yourself a smooth libation that is perfect as an after dinner drink.
The Flip is a style of cocktail that went from a warmed punch to a single serving, chilled cocktail. You can use any liquor you choose for it from cheap beer to the priciest port. #100DaysOfCocktails looks at this simple and versatile drink through the eyes of a 19th century imbiber, the Sherry Flip.
Need something light and refreshing for a summer day? The Radler, or Shandy, is a great option. Half lemonade (sparkling or otherwise), half light lager, it was invented for a group of thirsty riders by a tavern keeper running out of beer. #100DaysOfCocktails looks at a rare bird in the cocktail kingdom: the beer cocktail.