*Ignite cinnamon stick and smoke the glass while preparing cocktail. Pour cocktail into smoked glass. ELEVATION REMEDY 1 oz Breckenridge Espresso Vodka Top with coffee Breckenridge Distillery- Earning your turns in the backcountry requires sacrificing some luxuries. But, something that you don’t need to sacrifice is a spectacular après cocktail to cap your amazing day. Leave the Kool-Aid drink mix, Country Time Lemonade powder, and Crystal Light squeeze bottles at home. Instead, think ‘elevated cocktail experience’ and pack ingredients like a mini bottle of bitters for an Old Fashioned or cinnamon sticks for a hot smoked cider. Breck Distillery’s Liquid Chef Billie Keithley created 6 easy cocktails to take your drinking experience to new ‘elevations.’ Photo Credit: Jessie Unruh/Breckenridge Distillery & Ian Fohrman/The Public Works TIP: Cinnamon sticks are flammable. Use them to help start your fire, as a potpourri for the hut, or as the perfect garnish or added flavor to your cocktail. *Pack a mini bottle of bitters. Recycle your orange peels and use berries from your trail mix. CABIN TEA TIP: To make a smoked cocktail, use a smoking log from your fire. Safely remove the log, turn the glass upside down over the smoke, wait a few minutes and add the cocktail mixture to the glass. Swirl it around to get that smokey flavor. Do the same thing with a cinnamon stick to add a cinnamon kick to your cocktails. See the Hot Smoked Cider below. *Shake all ingredients in water bottle. TIP: once the honey stick is empty, snip the other end of the honey stick and reuse it as a straw. Snowball Old Fashioned **Booze is not included in online purchases of this Backcountry Cocktail Kits Backcountry Tea 1 oz Breckenridge Vodka 6 oz hot water Teakoe Tea – Try it with the Berry Bodacious or the Nirvana Limòn Teas Honey stick, clip one end and put open end down Add a squeeze of lemon for added flavor 1 oz Breckenridge Vodka1 packet Emergen-C1 jelly packet6 oz water Optional: Smoke using a fire log The Breck Distillery offers their own Backcountry Cocktail Kit. These Backcountry Cocktail Kits make the Snowball Old Fashioned, Backcountry Tea and the Hot Smoked Cider. Our kits come with a 1000ml Breck Distillery water bottle | $30. Leave the heavy glass bottles behind and use a bladder or a light weight water bottle to transport your booze. Using a bladder allows you to collapse it and save room in your pack for the haul out. Note, one 750 bottle of booze typically serves 17 cocktails. Keep that in mind when you are trying to gauge how much to bring.No need to pack extra ingredients just for a cocktail. Reuse your snacks and tea bags. Use your orange peels for an Old Fashioned. Save some berries from your trail mix and add that as a delicious garnish. Reuse a tea bag more than once.Go mini. There are a ton of bitters companies that make mini bitters bottles. Check out Strongwater Herbal Bitters. If you can’t find one, take a small baggy of bitters.Use the environment. Melt and boil snow for extra water. Need ice? Get packing….snowballs, that is. If you can’t leave them outside overnight, pack the snowballs tight, otherwise they will melt quicker once dropped into your cocktail. Snow is the perfect chilling method.Pack items with multi-use (Emergen-C, coffee, bacon, ciders and teas).Don’t over pack ingredients and think small. You should be able to pack everything in one small baggy. HOW TO PACK YOUR COCKTAILS INGREDIENTS…EFFICIENTLY: When it comes to packing for après, keep it simple. Using fruit rinds, dehydrated fruits from trail mix, or snow can reduce the amount of ingredients you need to haul in. Read more below about how to efficiently pack your booze and ingredients. Hot Smoked Cider 1.5 oz Breckenridge Spiced Whiskey Apple cider packet 6 oz hot water *Smoke using a cinnamon stick 1.5 oz Breckenridge Bourbon.5 oz maple syrupTop with hot teaServe with a slice of bacon ESPRESS YOURSELF 2 oz Breckenridge Bourbon 1/4 oz maple syrup *3 drops of bitters *Orange zest *Dehydrated cherries Chill with a snowball Combine all ingredients and stir. Add Snowball to your cocktail.
You can find out more about the Voice of Entrepreneurs initiative and their demands to the Government at Facebook or on official website The “Voice of Entrepreneurs” initiative gathered over 10 entrepreneurs and their entrepreneurs over 90.000 days. By joining the Voice of Entrepreneurs initiative, the Young Restaurateurs of Europe (JRE) – Croatia, which brings together 14 renowned Michelin-starred restaurants, has publicly expressed the need and necessity of effective economic measures to preserve jobs and reduce the economic consequences of the crisis. Covid-4. Fine dining as a zone of luxury and socially integrative activities because of these two criteria belongs to entrepreneurship that will recover the longest: people do not have to travel and eat in expensive restaurants or socialize with fine dining dinners and spend on pairing food and wine, Gashi points out and adds : “Between 60 and 90% of fine dining restaurant guests are international gourmet clients who will not be coming to Croatia this year. Therefore, the business of this hospitality sector in 2020 is vitally endangered, with significant negative effects on the next season, and a quality model of retaining workers and economizing business in conditions where there is no income are necessary for the survival of the sector” It is important to emphasize that the business of fine dining restaurants employs a large number of year-round and skilled workers and through raising the quality of our tourism directly affects the extension of the tourist season and positioning Croatia in top gastro destinations. JRE Croatia joins associations and entrepreneurs through the initiative “Voice of Entrepreneurs” who advocate for the adoption of effective measures in the economy. “Consolidation and solidarity of entrepreneurs is necessary at this time. Government measures do not offer solutions for preserving jobs and maintaining the economic cycle for entrepreneurs who make up 90% of the Croatian economy. Although each entrepreneurial sector has its own specifics, including the hospitality segment we deal with, the measures expressed in the Voice of Entrepreneurs articulate the basic needs of all of us in the real sector, especially in medium, small and micro companies to which we belong, together with our employees.”, Said Marina Gaši, President of JRE Croatia. “Long-term efforts to recognize Croatia as a gastronomic destination, in which our members have made a huge contribution, may fail at this moment if we do not take decisive and appropriate measures. We will permanently lose the knowledge and skills of all our employees if we fail to keep them in their jobs, so this is perhaps the biggest risk of this crisis.Gaša adds that since it is impossible to predict how long this crisis will last, they support the initiative to form a crisis headquarters and adopt real, effective measures by the Croatian Government, and that they expect the Government to take steps that will practically help the long-term sustainability of the economy. Initiative – Voice of Entrepreneurs, is at this point an informal group of citizens who spontaneously gathered in the second half March 2020. years. The initiative was launched by a group of entrepreneurs who felt that there were not enough votes from the private sector in the public space and that there was an obvious lack of awareness of the seriousness of the moment and the consequences that are likely to befall our economy, primarily for micro, small and medium entrepreneurs. 70% of workers in the private sector. This association of the most creative gastronomes, founded in 1974, has about 350 of the best young top chefs and restaurant owners in Europe, including 14 renowned Croatian restaurants.
OSBORN, Mo. – IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars debut at a Show Me State track built with Sprint Cars in mind later this month.The Saturday, Oct. 21 main event at US 36 Raceway in Osborn pays $700 to win and a minimum of $250 to start. Promoter Jon Boller Jr. said interest from local drivers will be complemented by competitors from the Kansas Ciy area and as far away as Minnesota.“I’ve been hearing a lot about IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars. A lot of people have told me they’d like to see them run here,” said Boller, looking to add the division to his IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing Friday night programs beginning next April.US 36 is a 3/8-mile clay oval located in the northwest corner of Missouri.“This track was built for sprint cars. It’s high-banked and super fast,” said Boller, citing comparisons to Eagle Raceway in Nebraska, the flagship track of RaceSaver and home to the RaceSaver Sprint Nationals. “There isn’t a bad seat in the house and we want to get a lot of people here to see these cars.”Pit gates will open at 5 p.m. and the grandstand opens at 6 p.m. on Oct. 21. Hot laps are at 7 p.m. and racing starts at 7:30 p.m.Grandstand admission will be $15 for adults and free for kids 12 and under. Pit passes are $35 and there will be no entry fee.A November meeting with drivers is planned to discuss 2018 sanctioning. Economics and the IMCA rule packages for numerous divisions will be on the agenda.“I raced a stock car and a sportmod for 30 years,” said Boller, IMCA’s 2012 Stock Car state champion in 2012. “I know that cars have to be affordable.”Information about the upcoming RaceSaver event is on Facebook.