YUZU PENICILLIN

This timely twist on a spirited classic features Japanese Whiskey, Top Hat Original Ginger Beer Syrup, fresh lemon juice, honey, & finish with 3 atomizer or mist pumps of smokier Single Malt Scotch (usually from Islay).  The Yuzu Penicillin can be handshaken and served as a single cocktail over crushed ice, batched and served from a slushee machine, or kegged and served as a draft cocktail.  

 

SINGLE

INGREDIENT

5 GAL KEG FORMULA

1.75 OZ

JAPANESE WHISKEY (or Alcohol-Free Whiskey Alternative)

6 LITERS

1 OZ

TOP HAT ORIGINAL GINGER BEER SYRUP & MULE BATCHING CONCENTRATE

3 QUARTS

.5 OZ

FRESH FROZEN YUZU PUREÉ

60 OZ

.75 OZ

HONEY SYRUP (1:1 SIMPLE)

64 OZ

1.5 OZ FOR SLUSHEE (OR SHAKE FOR DILUTION)

WATER

6 QUARTS

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NO2

GAS

3 MIST PUMPS

PEATED JAPANESE WHISKEY OR SMOKY SINGLE MALT SCOTCH FROM ISLAY (or a smoking cinnamon stick)

3 MIST PUMPS

GARNISH

EDIBLE FLOWER OR DRIED CITRUS

GARNISH

 

5 GALLON KEG CONNECTION INSTRUCTIONS (USE 100% NITROGEN ONLY TO PRESSURIZE NON-CARBONATED COCKTAILS)

  • Once the keg is batched accurately, insert the lid sideways at a 45 degree angle and spin the lid to line up the seal exactly and carefully with the rim of the keg and clamp the lid closed firmly.

  • Shake the keg side to side mixing the settled ingredients from the bottom up over the top by tipping the keg side to side horizontally for 2 minutes.

  • Connect the properly cleaned gray/silver colored cornelius connector onto the plug on the keg marked "gas in" connector and pushing it down over the plug firmly.  Release the outer ring on the connector and it will clip onto the keg lid plug in the center of the lid. 

  • Make sure the gas is on, and flowing. 

  • Pull up on the pressure release ring on the top of the charging stone lid quickly 3 times and quickly release to properly cycle gas into the keg of batched cocktail.

  • Test the flow and adjust the gas pressure down to 12-15psi if the flow is too fast.

  • RESHAKE once or twice daily:  shake the keg thoroughly from side to side lifting the bottom over the top for 1 full minute at least once per day to ensure proper mixing of all ingredients