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Travel Back in Time This Fourth of July with a Colonial-Themed Cocktail

This Fourth of July, revisit what made America great—ingenuity and resourcefulness, especially when it comes to drinking. Enter Colonial Spirits: A Toast our Drunken History. Steven Grasse, owner of Art in the Age in Philadelphia’s Old City, and Reverend Michael Alan, an artist and mixologist, worked together to update more than 50 Colonial-are recipes with names like Ben Franklin Milk Punch and Lambswool.
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