Punk’s Backyard Grill Bar Opening Party

| October 27, 2011 | 0 Comments

Punk’s Backyard Grill (2188 Annapolis Mall) is kicking off the opening of its new bar on Saturday, November 5th with food and drink specials and a new cocktail list. Punk’s will be offering $3 pints of New Belgiumbeers, souvenir glassware, $5 specialty cocktails and 10% off of all food from 4:00pm – 10:00pm.  There will be four New Belgium beers available on draft ($3) including Fat Tire, Hoptober, Ranger IPA, and 1554 Black Ale.  Two additional beers, Snow Day Winter Ale and Belgo IPA, will be available in bottles ($3).

November 5th also marks the debut of the Punk’s Backyard Grill cocktail offerings, and all ten cocktails will be offered for $5 each (regularly $7-$8).  The new cocktail list features a variety of drinks including a Caipirinha, an Auchentoshan Scotch Old Fashioned, two sparkling wine cocktails, one original beer cocktail featuring Draft Punk IPA, and more.  To view all of the cocktails, check out the Punk’s Beverage List.

One of our signature cocktails, the “Albatross”, combines a hop-infused gin with our house IPA, Draft Punk, brewed by Oliver Ales in Baltimore.  The recipe is as follows:

1.5 oz Cascade hop infused Bluecoat Gin

1 oz fresh squeezed lemon juice

1 oz honey syrup (equal parts wildflower honey and water)

2 oz Draft Punk IPA

To make, combine the gin, honey syrup and lemon and shake.  Strain over new ice and top with two ounces of Draft Punk IPA.                

 “We’ve been working on a bar plan for a long time, so it’s great to see everything finally come together,” says David McCabe, co-owner and General Manager of Punk’s.  “We’re excited to be able to offer a variety of hand-crafted cocktails made to order and to continue to make the Punk’s experience more exciting.”

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