OUR MISSION - WE'RE PUBLISHED! Wednesday, June 26th, 2013 marked the Premier of our new book, Happy Hour in the High Peaks: An Adirondack Bar Guide. The hardcover, 160 page book can be found at bars and bookstores throughout the Adirondack Park or order online at www.happyhourinthehighpeaks.com. You'll find a list of our book signings on the Events page and where to buy the book on our Retailers page. The book contains reviews of 46 of our favorite bars in the Adirondack Park, and 46 drink recipes with an Adirondack twist. As a companion to the book, we have also published a 46er Passport so that you can follow the Happy Hour Trail to become a Happy Hour 46er and make new friends along the way. Summit Tour t-shirts will be for sale at our book signings or available online. Whether you are a native, resident, or visitor, you'll find 46 more reasons to visit the ADIRONDACK PARK!

Monday, July 4, 2011

Our Four Fathers

In keeping with the celebration of America's Independence Day, we consulted our Four Fathers (Jack Daniels, Jim Beam, Johnny Walker and Jose Cuervo) for inspiration.

The Constitution of Happy Hour in the High Peaks
We the people of the Adirondacks, in order to form a more perfect cocktail, establish drunkenness, insure domestic camaraderie, provide for the common intoxication, promote general cheer, and secure blessings of inebriation to ourselves and our swill, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the High Peaks.

We present to you the Happy Hour in the High Peaks First Amendment or the Bill of Rights:

Freedom to imbibe
Freedom to slur our speech
Freedom to blog
Freedom to gather with friends
Freedom of inebriation

Then we're pretty sure the framers of the Constitution must have proposed a toast. We came up with the Bomb Pop:

Bomb Pop
Cream of Coconut (available at WalMart and other fine supermarkets)
Blue Curacao

Pour the Cream of coconut into a shot glass. Carefully pour the grenadine on top of the coconut. Very slowly drip or drizzle the blue curacao over a spoon to float it on top of the grenadine.

Our Lake Placid trip yielded a new addition to Pammie's Pub: 46 Peaks Vodka. It is yearning to breathe free, so we shall continue our celebration on this the most austere of occasions in our nation's history in an attempt to liberate the contents of that bottle. Check back later, as there may be some fireworks involved. Not that we New Yorkers are intelligent enough to handle them.

Cheers & Bottoms Up!
Kim & Pam

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