Wild Goose Meeting House flaunts classic cocktail offerings 

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Check out this selection of cocktails we recently sampled at the Wild Goose Meeting House.
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Griffin Swartzell
Taylor Ashley, coffee manager at the Wild Goose and Good Neighbors, designed the Wild Goose's new cocktail menu.
Matthew Schniper
The Goose is the only spot in town to get Lee Spirits' vodka, here branded as Wild Goose and sold out-of-state as Mischief vodka. They make great use of it in their vodka martini, prepared simply and cleanly with Noilly Pratt extra dry vermouth.
Griffin Swartzell
Ashley chose Crested Butte-distilled Montanya rum, which bears a cakelike sweetness on the nose, to hold up his clean and friendly daiquiri, which he's hoping will help teach drinkers that a daiquiri is more than just a boozy smoothie.
Griffin Swartzell
A classic Manhattan blends Axe and the Oak rye with Angostura bitters and Carpano Antica, a sweeter vermouth that results in an approachable play on the drink.
Griffin Swartzell
The Negroni's having a moment, and the Goose's mix of Lee Spirits gin, Campari and Carpano Antica should satisfy the snobs while staying welcoming, again thanks to Carpano Antica's relative sweetness.
Griffin Swartzell
The Amarula latte comes heavy and creamy, but not sticky-sweet, with flavor notes that approximate chocolate and blueberries. South African Amarula cream liqueur plays nice with rum-based Grind espresso liqueur, and Hold Fast Coffee Company's City Slicker blend, made from Ethiopian and Guatemalan beans, makes up the coffee part of the drink. It makes for a delightful nightcap.
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Griffin Swartzell
Taylor Ashley, coffee manager at the Wild Goose and Good Neighbors, designed the Wild Goose's new cocktail menu.

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