Summer Drink Guide

It’s about that time of year. When week nights are filled with walks on the beach and weekends are spent laying out by the pool. Summer parties ensue and barbecues become a weekly ritual. And one thing on your mind in all of that is what drink you are going to be sipping on all summer long. That’s why we teamed up with our friends at The Owl’s Brew to craft some unique cocktails that you will want to reuse all summer long. Why? Because friends and family alike with be asking what the secret ingredients are for these refreshingly good drinks. While you’re at it, don’t forget to pick up some new barware from our Ankole Cowhorn Collection or some new trays that will leave guests asking about what’s holding their drink as well. 

Owl’s Vodka

Brew: The Classic
Booze: Vodka

2 parts The Classic
1 part Vodka

Shake and pour over ice in a highball glass. Garnish with fresh lemon. 


White Vine 

Brew: White and Vine
White Wine

1 part White and Vine
1 part White Wine

Float fruit. Serve chilled.


The Green Garden

Brew: The Classic
Booze: Vodka

2 parts The Classic
2 parts Green Juice (we recommend cold pressed juice, cucumber & mint or mixed greens with apple and lemon)
1 part Vodka
1 part Sake

Pour over ice into a mason jar or shake & pour into a martini glass.


Owl’s Cucumber-Lemon Martini

The Classic

2 parts The Classic
1 part Vodka or Gin

Garnish with cucumbers.



Brew: Pink & Black
Booze: Vodka

2 parts Pink & Black
1 part Vodka

Shake & pour into a martini glass. Garnish with fresh mint leaf.



Brew: Pink & Black
Booze: White Wine

1 part Pink & Black
1 part Red or White Wine 

Float in glass or pitcher with strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, or orange slices.


Wicked Ale

Brew: Wicked Green
Booze: Wheat Beer

1 part Wicked Green (chilled)
1 part Wheat beer

Combine ingredients in a pint glass and gently stir to combine. Garnish with lemon wedge.

Photography by Marisa Vitale Photography.

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