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“Bro” Mosa Cocktail Recipe

Bro Mosa Cocktail: A studlier version of the classic Mimosa

Bromosa Cocktail Recipe
Bro Mosa: The Dude's Answer to the Mimosa

Dude Drink of the Week: Monti’s answer to the Mimosa.
Vodka + beer = A fighting chance at seeing Sex & The City 2 tonight.
Serve in an 8-10 oz “bucket”” glass. Wearing as little as possible for optimal effect.
The Bro Mosa
3/4 oz Smirnoff Vodka
2/3 full glass w/ PBR*
1/3 remaining glass w/OJ
Garnish with an Orange Wedge
From Monti’s Rotisserie
714 Village Court
Santa Rosa, CA 95405
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17 thoughts on ““Bro” Mosa Cocktail Recipe

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  2. Good catch, Ole. This is a good example of what happens when one writes a cocktail recipe WHILE simultaneously testing it. The remaining 1/3rd of the glass is supposed to be OJ. I’m sure if we ask nicely, Heather will add it to the recipe, right Heather?

  3. We have it the ol’ Redneck college try this AM
    Ran out of Vodka before running out of OJ, Orange Slices or PBR.
    Next time we’ll start with a FULL bottle… and keep it away from Digger!

  4. Uh, what the hell? It should have just beer with OJ and the name is a goddamn beermosa. Cures hangovers something fierce.

  5. If the orange is just a garnish and the drink is just PBR and Vodka, then why is the drink in the picture orange in color? I could understand it being a hefeweizen and the lighting just makes it look orange, but that looks like orange is juice is mixed in there as well.

  6. PBR, yummy. I had it on tap in Buffalo, NY where they also had Keystone on tap! The bartender said “there’s a renaissance of sh**ty beer happening.”

    1. Me and the Bro’s will give it a try this Sunday watching the Michigan race, and then pack the necessary innerds for next weekend at Sears Point… uh, Infineon!
      Go JR!

  7. I think it sounds interesting!
    Heather, I would love to know the recipe for the “Ginger Not MaryAnn” cocktail at Jackson’s Bar & Oven. I’ve made all my friends go there just to have that drink. It’s amazingly delicious!

  8. Sounds terrible really, but faced with having to see sex and the city 1/2/3 or TV show, about 3 of these and I just might not care!
    Bottoms up
    Brian
    norcalwingman

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