Fireball Whiskey is on fire currently at the River City Saloon. The product is very similar to Firewater and Gold Schlager, If you haven’t been to the River City Saloon in Old Sacramento to have one yet here is some information on the product.
Fireball is a cinnamon flavored whiskey liqueur produced by Sazerac Incorporated. According to the official Fireball website “Fireball Whiskey was forged in Canada in the mid-1980’s”, and for a long time was little known outside of Canada. Fireball is now widely available in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. It can also be found in Israel, Norway, Sweden and Finland. David Hornsby, a Canadian man, is credited for the creation of Fireball but is better known for his creation of Clives Whiskey.
Fireball Whisky on Drinking Made Easy
Fireball Cinnamon Whisky featured as part of the “Burning Busch” on Drinking Made Easy with Zane Lamprey. The Burning Busch is sold at Blueberry Hill in St. Louis, MO. For more information on Fireball Whisky visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/fireballwhisky.
Fireball Whisky | Warm Apple Pie
There is nothing more American than Apple Pie…am I right? So sit back relax and enjoy your pie. It is easy to do with this cocktail! Grab a Boston Shaker, High Ball Glass, and some stir sticks. Fill the Glass with Ice, Give it a 3-4 pour of Fireball Whisky, then a 2 Count of Apple Puckers, and top it off with some Cranberry juice. After that dip your stir stick in it and give it a go! As always please enjoy responsibly www.standardfresno.com http www.facebook.com
Verdict not in on this recipe yet. But Hot summers in Old Sacramento require lots of summer drinks at the River City Saloon.
The Summer Beach is a fairly popular alcoholic cocktail, and is characterized by a distinctive fruity and summer-like look. There are probably dozens of variants of this beverage, so a little experimenting won’t hurt. How to make one of the most delicious Summer Beach cocktails? Find out here. 25 ml of Peach Schnapps 40 ml Vodka 40 ml Cranberry Juice 40 ml (fresh) orange juice OR pineapple juice And of course, ice cubes!
You will also need a cocktail shaker and preferably a highball glass.
Who knew that Sacramento love’s beer so much. Here is how you can make it.
Home Beer Making is much easier than most people think. Making your own beer at home requires some simple equipment that is easily available, a little patience and just a few ingredients. A little creativity can also go a long way as far as creating unique beers that your friends will go nuts over!
In this lens I talk about the three easy steps required to make beer at home. I also talk about some of the equipment you’ll need. Please see my other lenses for more details about the different steps involved in home beer making.
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You can start your first batch of beer at home in as little as thirty minutes
Home Beer Making doesn’t have to be a messy, smelly process (your home doesn’t have to smell like a brewery!)
Your home-made beer will taste as good as, if not better than your favorite brewery can make it!