Gold Rings Shot

The Gold Rings Shot is a drink with an interesting history. It is traditionally served in Ireland and was created during the days of prohibition in 1920s America. The drink was likely named after the Robert Service poem, The Shooting of Dan McGrew. There are many different opinions about how it came to be, but most believe that it was invented by an American bartender called Joe Miller who opened a pub in Belfast in 1923 called Joe Miller’s Bar. This drink can be served to any cocktail party. It has the appeal of alcohol mixed with juice, but the health benefits of juice alone. The drink tastes like an alcoholic lemonade,

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