Justice for Barb

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Stranger Things’ stand-out character has got to be the lovable, red-headed best friend, Barbara Holland, a.k.a. Barb. This Coopers’ Craft creation pays homage to the fan favourite in a festive way. The bright concoction features apple, cinnamon and bourbon for an autumn-appropriate hot toddy. #JusticeforBarb.
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The Upside Down

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This creative cocktail comes from Feizal Valli of The Atomic Bar & Lounge. “The Upside Down” is a place of dark spirits, covered in fog with spine-chilling tendrils reaching out to take hold of you — a place where Will was taken captive as Eleven and the gang searched for him using walkie talkies and Eleven’s telekinetic powers. This drink also uses dark “spirits,” namely Old Forester bourbon, Cynar aperitivo, Hoodoo Chicory Liqueur, demerara syrup and Angostura bitters. It is garnished with a handful of rosemary and topped with a generous chunk of dry ice and two red straws that form the number “Eleven” going into “The Upside Down.” Click here for more Stranger Things Themed Cocktails & Drinks

Leggo my Eggo

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Eggos have taken on a whole new meaning after the first season of “Stranger Things,” given Eleven’s nearly obsessive fondness for the frozen waffles. So, this spicy cocktail by Coopers’ Craft is sweetened with the waffle’s best friend, maple syrup. Plus, its deep hue is a creative reflection of the dark mysteries surrounding “The Monster” and “The Upside Down”! Click here for more Stranger Things Themed Cocktails & Drinks

Manhattan Cocktail

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Manhattan dates back to about the 1870’s a long time ago when it was invented; when vermouth came over from Europe to America and then American’s being the cocktail innovators that they were, decided to mix it with their favorite cocktail ingredient, whiskey; and the Manhattan was born.