Recipe Category: Bourbon


Methodology: Cocktail created by Brian Catapang from Magnus on Water, Winner of Wiggly Bridge Distillery Cocktail Competition Add all ingredients to a mixing glass. Stir until mixing glass is cold to the touch, but careful not to over dilute. Pour into a rocks glass over 1 big clear ice cube.

Wiggly Manhattan

Methodology: Add all ingredients into a mixing glass. Add ice 3/4 of the way full. Stir for 25 seconds. Strain into a chilled martini glass. Garnish with a Luxardo cherry.

Hot Toddy

Methodology: Add all ingredients to hot cocktail mug. Top with hot water and stir until fully mixed. Garnish with lemon peel.

Old Fashioned

Methodology: In an old fashioned glass add sugar, cherry, orange, and bitters. Muddle until the sugar has dissolved. Add bourbon and stir. Add ice (large cube if available) and small splash of soda water.

Fools Rush In

Methodology: In tumbler, add bourbon, maple syrup, vanilla, bitters, and one sprig of rosemary. Shake well. Double strain into rocks glass. Add ice and garnish with rosemary. With a Y-peel, peel 3 inches of orange, rub outside and inside rim and add as garnish.

Boston’s Famous Cocktail

Methodology: Shake all ingredients very well over ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.   It wouldn’t be a New England sports team without keeping fans at the edge of our seats, blood pressure sky high, waiting for the moment to jump up and cheer in excitement. Super Bowl LI was no exception and… Read more »

Bourbon Champagne Cocktail

Methodology: Combine bourbon, lemon and lime juice, and simple syrup. Stir or shake ingredients. Pour into a chilled glass. Top off with roughly 2 oz of bubbly. Slice up an orange wheel and float it on top.   Just like that, a new year has gone by. Hard to believe we are about to start... Read more »

The Hibernating Honey Bear Cocktail

Methodology Add all ingredients to tumbler with ice. Shake well and strain into a rocks glass. At the distillery we use a hand cut cube. Garnish with orange peel and sage   It’s that time of year where the holidays are over and we buckle down for whats to come for the winter. Our seasonal... Read more »