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Kudos Kravings: Mules, Marys and ... Knockers among signature drinks served up on Prescott's Whiskey Row

With Whiskey Row downtown, plus more breweries peppered throughout Prescott and Prescott Valley, there's bound to be some special drinks out there.

Here's six:

• Brick & Bones Moonshine Bar and Bistro, 214 S. Montezuma St., has what it calls the Moonshine Mule, where patrons pick from 15 flavors of moonshine and then it's combined with ginger beer and lime juice. It's $7.

• Speaking of mules, Bird Cage Saloon, 160 S. Montezuma St., has an entire mule bar, which includes the Moscow Mule, with vodka, ginger beer and lime along with an Irish Mule that uses Jameson, and a Mexican Mule with tequila.

• Whiskey Row Pub, 144 S. Montezuma St., has what's called a Cherry Limeade. It's a mix of Skyy cherry vodka and some other secret ingredients for $6.

• Windsock Cocktail Lounge, 1385 Iron Springs Road, has a Custom Bloody Mary on Sunday. It includes all the usual Bloody Mary ingredients such as vodka, tomato juice, Worcestershire sauce, and Tabasco sauce, and the lounge makes its own mix to go with it. The drink is $5.

• The Hassayampa Inn even has some special drinks such as the Peacock Martini. It has Grey Goose vodka, peach schnapps, orange juice and cranberry juice and costs $10.

• In Prescott Valley, Lonesome Valley Brewing, 3040 N. Windsong Drive, has a special drink called The Knockers. It's a maple oatmeal Scottish ale for $6.50. Two dollars of every sale goes to breast cancer research, but patrons can pay $4.50 if they don't wish to donate.

Follow reporter Jason Wheeler on Twitter @PrescottWheels. Reach him online at 928-445-3333 ext. 2037 or at 928-642-5277.


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