Cocktail Recipe: Run For Your Money


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When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. But when your favorite brewpub/restaurant doesn’t have liquor? Have them make you a “beer-tail.” Since Axle Brewing Co. opened Livernois Tap in Ferndale, the family-friendly place has been packing them in. But if you’re in for brunch or (gasp!) simply don’t feel like a beer, wine, or cider? They’ve got you covered. Their beer-tails include a Beer-Mosa, a Beer-Mary, or a Shandy, plus, a Night Stroll with porter and chipotle-infused coffee. Then there’s our personal favorite, the Run for Your Money. Cheers!


Ingredients

6 ounces Axle Cider
1 ounce peach juice
¾ ounce ginger elderflower syrup
½ ounce lemon juice

Directions

Pour ingredients over ice and garnish with a dehydrated apple slice.

 

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