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Home Base Spirits bourbon, Spirit works sloe gin, St George Bruto americano, Small hands passion fruit, Lemon Soda
Inspired by a regular of ours who named it after his favorite model of Datsun cars (and more specifically his favorite hot wheel model - of which he owns a substantial number). Slightly bitter, light and refreshing collins style cocktail made with all local ingredients
The Cat House
Home Base Bourbon, Suze, Giffard Pamplemousse Liqueuer, Honey, Lime & Draft Local IPA (Ghost Town, Line 51, Fieldwork)
Homebase Spirits was founded and run by two sisters born and raised in Oakland. The IPA topper in this drink is from one of our three favorite local breweries, with whom we've been working since day one. It's a hot hot summer, every day is good for a cool Bitches Broth!
Bourbon Bash Brothers
Grand Lake Kitchen
Bourbon, Fig, Lemon, Sparkling Wine
This cocktail was inspired by the way the Bash Brothers used to smash the ball out of the park and came up with a fall inspired Smash cocktail.
Rosie the Reviver
The Ruby Room
Larceny Bourbon, Dubonnet Rouge, Chambord, Lemon Juice, Orange/Rhubarb bitters, Spritz of Creyente Mezcal, Orange twist
Rosie the Riveter. Cold Drinks. Hot weather. Kentucky Whiskey. Refreshing beverages. Good ideas.
Home Base 16 month bourbon, house spiced cherry brandy liqueur, Ancho Reyes, organic egg white, fresh lemon, house persimmon bitters
The local gals who founded Oakland's own Home Base Spirits dove into the cutthroat whiskey business like the A's dove into steal home base a few years back during a crazy wild card clinching game.
The Mango Cool Down
Jack London Square
Jim Beam bourbon, fresh mango puree a splash of soda water and Habanero syrup
Inspired by the beautiful sunsets we have here in Jack London Square.
Cafe Van Kleef
Top shelf bourbon, sweet vermouth, Angostura Bitters, orange bitters, tiny splash of grenadine, cherries for garnish, served on the rocks.
The Van Hattan was created by Peter Van Kleef’s never ending quest to improve on a good thing. Bourbon and sweet vermouth are combined with three types of bitters, then crowned with an impressive amount of cherries. Always a favorite drink to serve to his guests, Peter proudly served the Van Hattan with his signature wink and smile.