The Buckin Bronc
Not familiar with Milk Can Moonshine? Well, Milk Can Moonshine is genuine Wyoming Moonshine made the classic way with regionally sourced grains, Wyoming sugar beets, and pure Rocky Mountain water. More recipes (including the one we’re about to explore) can be found here. Fun fact: The name “Milk Can” honors the rich, colorful tradition of rebel distilling in Wyoming. During Prohibition moonshiners hid their handiwork in milk cans and ladled it out from dairy wagons!
Be sure to add this easy recipe to your list of cocktails to serve this holiday season!
- Pint glass
- Stir spoon
|Milk Can Cinnamon Moonshine||1.5 ounces|
|Dark Beer (Brown or Stout)||1 beer|
Start with 1.5 oz Milk Can Cinnamon Moonshine in a pint glass and fill with dark beer (brown or stout). We used Left Hand Brewing’s Milk Stout Nitro!