How to Make a Shipwrecker

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For this ale based cocktail we'll start by adding 25ml (1oz) of Chambord to a cocktail shaker.

For this ale based cocktail we'll start by adding 25ml (1oz) of Chambord to a cocktail shaker.

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Followed by 12.5ml (1/2oz) Cointreau, or triple sec

Followed by 12.5ml (1/2oz) Cointreau, or triple sec

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To sweeten it slightly and add to the fruit base we're also going to need 12.5ml (1/2oz) of Cherry Heering liqueur

To sweeten it slightly and add to the fruit base we're also going to need 12.5ml (1/2oz) of Cherry Heering liqueur

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Throw in 6 whole raspberries and 15ml (3/4oz) of fresh orange juice.

Throw in 6 whole raspberries and 15ml (3/4oz) of fresh orange juice.

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And 20ml (3/4oz) of Aperol with a dash of sugar syrup. Give it a good shake, breaking up the fruit and combining the liquid ingredients.

And 20ml (3/4oz) of Aperol with a dash of sugar syrup. Give it a good shake, breaking up the fruit and combining the liquid ingredients.

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Single strain into a beer glass of your choice packed full of ice.

Single strain into a beer glass of your choice packed full of ice.

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Top with the ale you have chosen for your cocktail.

Top with the ale you have chosen for your cocktail.

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I've used keg Shipyard for its light citrus and hoppy flavours.

I've used keg Shipyard for its light citrus and hoppy flavours.

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Muddle briefly with a bar spoon and then garnish appropriately.

Muddle briefly with a bar spoon and then garnish appropriately.

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There you have your Shipwrecker cocktail! I chose this name due to the addition of shipyard ale and it's high ABV. Light fruity flavours that pack one hell of a punch.

There you have your Shipwrecker cocktail! I chose this name due to the addition of shipyard ale and it's high ABV. Light fruity flavours that pack one hell of a punch.

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