Craft Spirits

By in Cocktails, Revolution Rye Comments Off on Brooklyn

Brooklyn

A cousin to the popular Manhattan cocktail, this delicious Brooklyn cocktail combines our Revolution Rye with Dolin Dry Vermouth, Bigallet China China and Luxardo Maraschino.

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Rum 44 Infusions

If you’re entertaining guests and need some easy and delicious drinks, we have the solution—infusions using our Rum 44!

By in Blog Comments Off on The History of Distilling in Vermont

The History of Distilling in Vermont

Author Adam Krakowski writes about Vermont's distilling history, and shares how our local agricultural focus makes our spirits unique.

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Mad Mint Julep

Our version of a traditional Mint Julep recipe combining simple syrup, our Straight Bourbon, fresh mint leaves, and a lot of crushed ice.

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May Is For Mint Juleps

In our latest blog post, we share a brief history on the Mint Julep, and offer a recipe featuring Mad River Distillers Straight Bourbon.

By in Cocktails, First Run Rum Comments Off on Mad Marge

Mad Marge

This margarita-inspired cocktail features our First Run Rum, fresh orange juice, lime juice, Orange Curacao and Orgeat syrup.

By in Blog Comments Off on 10 Rum Drinks to Sip This Spring

10 Rum Drinks to Sip This Spring

Rum is the one spirit that is top-of-mind when the temperatures go up, so we've compiled a list of tasty rum drinks to enjoy this spring.

By in Cocktails, RUM 44 Comments Off on Strawberry Hibiscus Daiquiri

Strawberry Hibiscus Daiquiri

This bright and tasty Strawberry Hibiscus Daiquiri is perfect for the warm seasons, with hibiscus infused Rum 44, lime juice and El Guapo Cajun Grenadine.

By in Cocktails, Revolution Rye Comments Off on Tropic Nose Dive

Tropic Nose Dive

Nathielly DeOliveria of Committee—a restaurant located in Boston—created this incredible craft cocktail featuring our Revolution Rye. A riff on a Paper Plane, this drinks pays homage to Amelia Earhart, as you'll journey through several complex favors.

By in Blog Comments Off on George Washington Was a Rye Distiller

George Washington Was a Rye Distiller

Did you know that George Washington was a commercial distiller and once had one of the largest whiskey distilleries in the country? The spirit he made most was a whiskey made from rye, corn and malted barley. Learn more about this, and the Mad River Distillers spirit that this history inspired.

By in Cocktails, PX Rum Comments Off on Kingston Negroni

Kingston Negroni

Sweet red vermouth and bitter orange Campari enhance the aged PX Rum, offering a more caramelized oak barrel influence on the drink.