Rod & Hammer’s SLO Stills Canned Cocktails (image via Rod & Hammer)
They have what’s described as unique variations on traditional cocktails such as Whiskey Margarita, Whiskey Mule, and a Whiskey Paloma.
The new cocktails are crafted and canned at Rod & Hammer’s SLO Stills’ distillery in San Luis Obispo, California. It was founded when Rodney “Rod” Cegelski, a California surfer, met Hamish “Hammer” Marshall, an Aussie jackaroo, and a friendship emerged over a shared appreciation of quality spirits and the Central Coast.
The distillery was natural offshoot for Marshall, a beer-loving Aussie who purchased the long-standing California brewery SLO Brew in 2010.
“We wanted to give classic cocktails a bit of a whiskey twist,” said co-founder Cegelski. “Their full strength and handcrafted with our whiskey for a proper cocktail on the go.”
Rod & Hammer’s SLO Stills Canned Whiskey Cocktails distiller’s notes:
Whiskey Margarita is made with SLO Stills Rye Whiskey blended with lime juice, agave and salt in SLO Stills’ interpretation of the classic margarita. ($17.99/4PK 12oz Cans)
Whiskey Mule is made with SLO Stills Bourbon Whiskey blended with lime juice and ginger for a twist on the traditional moscow mule that showcases the bourbon flavor. ($17.99/4PK 12oz Cans)
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