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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Help S.F. Food Banks by Drinking Cocktails — Lots of Them

Posted By on Wed, Nov 19, 2014 at 7:46 AM


For most of us, this is a month of family and feasting on the year’s harvest and good fortune, but for others it is not. With the skyrocketing cost of living in the Bay Area, there are more and more people falling below the poverty line.

Recognizing the increasing importance of the local food banks, Morgan Schick and Eric Quilty (aka Jupiter Olympus) have teamed up with local bars and Wild Turkey to raise money for the SF-Marin Food Bank. The deal is easy: You drink one of the specialty drinks at their bars, and $2 goes directly to the food bank. It’s a win-win situation, so even if you try too hard to help the food bank, you’ll still feel good about yourself the next day.

The theme of the drink is built on variations on the Old Fashioned, the simple mix of spirit, sugar, and bitters, with each bar putting its seasonal spin on them. So go out and quench your thirst all the while helping to feed the hungry.

Full list of participating bars and cocktails below:

Trick Dog
Golden Gobble (Wild Turkey Rye, pumpkin spice syrup, carmel apple tincture)

The Old Fashioned Pilgrim (Wild Turkey 101 infused with cardamom, cranberry, cinnamon; clover honey syrup, orange bitters, orange zest)

Old Fashioned Thanksgiving (Wild Turkey 81 Rye, pumpkin spice black tea syrup, Bar Keep Apple Bitters, Angostura Bitters)

On The Drumhead (Wild Turkey 81 Rye, Cole Porter syrup, orange bitters, black cardamom and juniper berry bitters)

Old Fashioned 17 (Wild Turkey Rye, Campari, Cynar, Cinzano 1757, simple syrup, Angostura Bitters, orange bitters)

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