Brockmans Gin Ready for Some Football!

Brockmans Blackberry Sling. Image: Brockmans Gin

NEW YORK - Brockmans Gin says it's time to stir and shake up the routine by adding some gin for the win. Brockmans Gin comes to Monday Night Football (there are only seven games left) with a cocktail to suit the only three predictions at every opening kickoff: Favorite, Underdog, and Toss-up.

The crowd favorite is a Brockmans Bold Fashioned, a spiced-up twist combining citrus notes with rhubarb and bitters. The underdog is a Brockmans Hot Ginger Toddy, a smooth, slightly sweet warmer perfect for the chill that comes from too many ads. And the toss-up? Brockmans Blackberry Sling that makes the most of the autumnal abundance of blackberries. 

With Brockmans at the game it will always go into overtime. Brockmans, a gin like no other for a game like no other.

Below are the recipes for Bold Fashioned, Hot Ginger Toddy and Blackberry Sling.

Brockmans Bold Fashioned

  • 45ml Brockmans
  • 10ml zucca rhubarb Amaro
  • 3 dashes rhubarb bitters
  • 2 dashes Angostura bitters

Stir in mixing glass. Serve over ice in a Collins glass or similar, garnish with an orange wedge studded with cloves.

Brockmans Hot Ginger Toddy

  • 50ml Brockmans
  • 6 dashes of Orange Angostura bitters
  • Premium ginger beer – warmed
  • Garnish with orange wedge, star anise and a stick of cinnamon.

Serve in a glass mug

Brockmans Blackberry Sling

  • 50ml Brockmans
  • 25ml sugar syrup
  • 50ml lime juice
  • Soda water
  • 10 fresh blackberries
  • A sprig of rosemary

Muddle the blackberries and a sprig of rosemary in a highball glass. Remove the rosemary, add the remaining ingredients and stir. Add ice and top with soda. Garnish with fresh blackberries and a sprig of fresh rosemary.


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