PleasureTown Happy Hour Specials
The PleasureTown Historical Society is most pleased to present our latest discovery: the infamous drinks imbibed by the PleasureTowners themselves. Through decidedly delicious trial and error (*hic*), The PTHS has been able to recreate, from scratch, the drinks served at the local watering-holes around town by means of procuring remnants of old drink menus, diary entries, and other artifacts. Check out our finished products below!
Ma Barker’s Left Hook
This is a drink that pulls no punches. Take just one of these to the chin, and we guarantee you’ll feel like Ma Barker actually slugged you.
- 3 Mint Leaves
- 1/2 Orange Slice
- Dash of Sugar
- 5 Drops of Orange Bitters
- 2 shots of whiskey
- Sweet Tea
- At the bottom of a glass, muddle together 3 mint leaves and half of an orange slice.
- Add 5 drops of orange bitters and a dash of sugar.
- Add ice and 2 shots of your favorite whiskey.
- Top off your drink with splash of sweet tea.
-Advil and an Ice Pack
PleasureTown’s PepperTown Light Ale is the toast of Oklahoma! We combine our favorite light ale (any IPA should do) with jalapeno peppers imported from New Mexico. Add a pinch of cayenne pepper, and you’ll have a drink that will even make Claude grimace.
- Light Ale
- Two Jalapeño Peppers
- Cayenne Pepper
- Pour your light beer over the Jalapeño Pepper
- Add a dash of Cayenne Pepper
- Eat additional Jalapeno
- Chug Beer to cool tongue
- Once finished, eat the Jalapeno at the bottom of the glass
- Order another PepperTown.
The (Hitman’s) Hellfire
This one is a straight shooter. Pour your favorite whiskey in a chilled shotgun shell. Drink that sumbitch and repeat. Gunpowder rim not recommended for the faint of heart.
- Shotgun Shell
- A Tough Constitution
- Gun Powder
“It’s a shot of whiskey. Figure it out.”**
– Three “Hail Mary”s and a silent prayer
*Actual note left by The Bartender
While the PleasureTown Historical Society thoroughly enjoyed recreating these authentic drinks we can not stress enough that it is not safe for you and those around you to drive your horseless carriages home after consumption.