"John Ware: High Rider | Crafted Pour"

"This cocktail is named after a little known but influential character in Canadian history Ware was born into slavery in 1845 in Tennessee. After the Civil War he moved to Texas to become a rancher. He eventually made his way north, driving cattle to Montana. In 1882 he was hired to bring 3000 cattle up into Alberta, Canada. Overcoming racism and tough frontier conditions he worked for a couple of big ranches before starting his own farm with his wife north of Calgary Countless tales were told about his exploits. It was said he could stop a steer head on and wrestle it to the ground and he could easily lift small cows. Unfortunately horse riding ultimately killed him, being thrown off his horse after it stepped in a hole. John Ware is remembered today as a person of national historic significance I wanted to create a badass cocktail for this badass cowboy using local ingredients that embodied frontier life on the prairies", "undefined", "John Ware: High Rider ",

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John Ware: High Rider By , May 8, 2009 This cocktail is named after a little known but influential character in Canadian history

Ware was born into slavery in 1845 in Tennessee. After the Civil War he moved to Texas to become a rancher. He eventually made his way north, driving cattle to Montana. In 1882 he was hired to bring 3000 cattle up into Alberta, Canada. Overcoming racism and tough frontier conditions he worked for a couple of big ranches before starting his own farm with his wife north of Calgary

Countless tales were told about his exploits. It was said he could stop a steer head on and wrestle it to the ground and he could easily lift small cows. Unfortunately horse riding ultimately killed him, being thrown off his horse after it stepped in a hole. John Ware is remembered today as a person of national historic significance

I wanted to create a badass cocktail for this badass cowboy using local ingredients that embodied frontier life on the prairies This cocktail is named after a little known but influential character in Canadian history Ware was born into slavery in 1845 in Tennessee. After the Civil War he moved to Texas to become a rancher. He eventually made his way north, driving cattle to Montana. In 1882 he was hired to bring 3000 cattle up into Alberta, Canada. Overcoming racism and tough frontier conditions he worked for a couple of big ranches before starting his own farm with his wife north of Calgary Countless tales were told about his exploits. It was said he could stop a steer head on and wrestle it to the ground and he could easily lift small cows. Unfortunately horse riding ultimately killed him, being thrown off his horse after it stepped in a hole. John Ware is remembered today as a person of national historic significance I wanted to create a badass cocktail for this badass cowboy using local ingredients that embodied frontier life on the prairies Ingredients: - Confluence Distillery Pear Brandy - Alberta Premium Cask Strength Rye Instructions: Stir everything with ice and strain into a rocks glass over one large ice cube. Express lemon peel over top and garnish with a lemon twist Originals,Signatures,Spirit Forward,Boozy,Stirred