66 Boozecast (Rogue Bottle Swapcast) feat. Chad Eschman

Apr 14, 2018

In our very first swapcast, Rogue Bottle podcast’s Chad Eschman joins messrs. Kautzman and Kelly to invent the “Space Heater” shot and beer chaser. The gents enjoy a drink for each of the time zones in the continental United States, including the famous Detroit “Hummer.”

Links of Wonder

Rogue Bottle Podcast
Eschman’s Twitter

Kautzman’s Website
Kautzman’s Twitter

Kelly’s Tumblr
Kelly’s Tweeters


Drunken Sea Shanty: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFSqjyigczU
Merle Haggard: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YM0w6CgRjK

Drink List (Recipes)

Eastern Time Zone: New York

Everyone knows about the Manhattan, but there’s actually a cocktail named after each of the five boroughs, including this one for The Bronx.
The Bronx
2 oz. gin
1/2 oz. dry vermouth
1/2 oz. sweet vermouth
1 oz. fresh orange juice
Combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice, shake, strain into a chilled glass and garnish.

Central Time Zone: Detroit

The most famous is probably The Last Word, but there’s another big one whose inventor just passed away, which we could do instead: The Hummer.
The Hummer
1 1/2 ounces white rum, preferably Bacardi Light
1 1/2 ounces Kahlua
2 scoops vanilla ice cream
Add all ingredients to a blender, add two ice cubes and blend until smooth.

Mountain Time Zone: Umm…

Well, since we already have most of the ingredients, we could go with a Colorado Bulldog, which is basically a White Russian with cola.
Or: Mountain Dew was originally invented as a chaser for rough whiskey, so we could do a shot of whatever whiskey—followed by The Dew (even though it was invented in Tennessee…).
Or: we can say SCREW IT and just make this a wildcard round.
And so we did.

Pacific Time Zone: Los Angeles

The Moscow Mule: this one was actually invented in LA, as a marketing stunt to help three businesses clear out respective inventory: Smirnoff Vodka, Cock’n Bull Ginger Beer, and copper mugs.
Moscow Mule
6 ounces Cock’n Bull Ginger Beer
2 ounces of vodka
1/2 of a fresh squeezed lime
Build over ice. Garnish with a wedge of lime.