"In the early 'cocktail' connoted a drink mixed with bitters. The recipe for this one, the Manhattan, comes from Keen's Steakhouse in Manhattan." -Definitely too bitter for my taste & I like my strong alcohol hidden more. Don't think I'll try this again.
Rye Whiskey Stir-Fry - If you’re nervous about igniting the whiskey (honestly, who wouldn’t be), or you have an electric stove, simply let the spirit reduce in the pan. The flavor will be the same. On the other hand, if you’re into kitchen pyrotechnics, just do that step carefully and with the pan extended as far from your body as possible.
Brewed with ingredients grown at Rogue Farms and then ocean aged in barrels made by hand at Rolling Thunder Barrel Works that are primed with Dead Guy Whiskey, Rolling Thunder Imperial Stout is the end of a long journey from ground to glass and barrel to bottle.