FYI Philly: Bar combines its love for beer and cocktails

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November 20, 2013 9:04:24 AM PST
Listen up beer lovers! One bar in Philadelphia has designed a few drinks that HOP from the lager genre to the cocktail arena! Here's Melissa Magee with an FYI for you.

Stratus Rooftop Lounge mixologist Bess Gulliver created some unusual new drink specials using locally made beer!

"So what we've done is take the Oktoberfest Beer ethic and mix that with our modern cocktail sort of push," said Gulliver.

Gulliver told Action News reporter Melissa Magee that they've come up with the name "beer-tails."

So for lager lovers, beer-tails is a palette pleasing way to enter the top shelf liquor lane.

Stratus spokesperson says they have gotten some good feedback on these specials during their fall season and they are keeping these drinks available for beer lovers indefinitely!

Straus Rooftop Lounge is atop the Hotel Monaco in Old City.

If you want to try making the beer-tails, just follow the recipes below:

Renheitsegebot (the requisite ABV for beer served at Oktoberfest)
Glass: Highball
2 oz. Rittenhouse 100 proof rye
1 oz. Honey syrup
.75 oz. Lemon juice
.5 oz. Grapefruit juice
-shake and strain over ice
-top with Yards Brawler

Pulque the Piña
Glass: Wine
1.5 oz. Espolon Reposado tequila
.75 oz. Mathilde Framboise liqueur
.75 oz. Pineapple juice
.75 oz. Lime juice
-shake and strain over ice
-top with Victory Golden Monkey

October in the Caribbean
Glass: Tulip
1.5 oz. Appleton rum
.5 oz. Smith and Cross rum
.75 oz. Marie Brizzard Peach liqueur
.75 oz. Lime juice
-shake and strain over ice
-top w/ Flying Dog Doggie Style IPA

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