Cask & Larder: Whole Cookery, Family Style, Locally Sourced Brew Pub Make Reservations


July 28, 2012
By Manager in the All, Cocktails category.
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Larry just gave me the rough draft of our cocktail menu and it pretty much rocks(and I haven’t even tried some of them yet)! He said that we’re going to be starting off with mostly classic southern cocktails with a emphasis on using craft liquors from within the United States. A lot of the southern cocktails seem to have been created in New Orleans during prohibition like the Vieux CarrĂ©, Brandy Crusta and Ramos Gin Fizz. He also has the Seelbach Cocktail from Kentucky and Alaska Cocktail from South Carolina on the menu as well. He has, however, come up his own creations like the Gin & Jarred (this one is going to be awesome with the oysters!) and the C&L Front Porch Lemonade. The cocktail menu for brunch is in the works but I will update you more on that as it becomes more available.


  1. Jeff says:

    Is it possible to get the recipe for the seasoned traveler rye cocktail I had at the Orlando airport. I am a rye whiskey fan and thought it was a good libation. Its other main ingredient was jack Rudy sweet tea syrup which goes great with bourbon or rye.

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