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The GLASS HALF FULL cocktail menu has arrived for Littleton!

We are pleased to announce our new cocktail menu and even more thrilled to serve it to you in Littleton! 

The GLASS HALF FULL cocktail menu has arrived for Littleton!

We are pleased to announce the cocktail menu for Glass Half Full, the adjacent stand-alone bar at our new Littleton theater.  The cocktail menu focuses on quality, original and classic cocktails.  Glass Half Full will proudly pour locally distilled spirits from companies like Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey and Leopold Bros, as well as a seasonal cocktail menu curated by award-winning Alamo Drafthouse Beverage Director Bill Norris that draws inspiration from the beer focus of Glass Half Full.

"With the signature drinks at Glass Half Full, we're trying to bridge the gap between the beer drinker and the cocktail drinker,” says Mr. Norris. “Local beer like Left Hand Milk Stout finds its way into cocktails, and beer components like hops and malt find their way into classic drinks like daiquiris and gimlets.  Craft brewers spend so much time creating flavor in their brews that we just want to build on the templates they're laying down for us.”

Allow your mouth to water and view the full cocktail menu below or on our brand new website. Plus, follow us on Facebook and Twitter for up-to-date tap information, brewer events and cocktail concocations!  

Glass Half Full Cocktails

Hopalong Cassidy: Old Tom Gin, Cointreau, Fresh Grapefruit, India Pale Ale Syrup

Full Scotch-Irish Breakfast: Bonded Rye, Stout, Maple, Lemon Curd, Whole Egg, Mole Bitters, Nutmeg

Malted Daiquiri: 8 Year Rum, Fresh Lime, Malted Sugar Syrup

Peaches & Herb: Rocky Mountain Peach Whiskey, Vanilla Porter Syrup, Aperol, Bitters

Hopped Gimlet: Vodka or Gin with Housemade Hopped Lime Cordial

El Rascal: Reposado Tequila, Fresh Orange, White Rascal Reduction, Salt, Orange Bitters, Soda

Glass Half Full Beer Mixes

Half & Half: Left Hand Milk Stout & Odell 90 Shilling Ale

Lager & Lime:  Upslope Craft Lager & House Made Lime Cordial

Elderflower Snake Bite: Little Yella Pils & Glider Cider with a Hint of St. Germain

Black Velvet: Great Divide Yeti, Sparkling Wine

Suero:  Avery IPA, Tabasco, Lime, Worcestershire, Salt

Michelada: Wynkoop Rail Yard, Tomato Juice, Siracha, Lime, Worcestershire, Salt

Glass Half Full Classic Cocktails

Manhattan: Rye, Sweet Vermouth, Angostura Bitters, Served Up or On the Rocks

Tom Collins: Gin, Lemon, Sugar and Soda. Served Tall, with an Orange and a Cherry.  Use vodka to make it a John Collins

Sazerac: Rye Whiskey, Peychaud’s Bitters, Sugar and a Hint of Absinthe. Served Cold and Neat

Mojito:  Light Rum, Lime, Mint and Sugar. Finished with Soda in a Tall Glass

Aviation: Gin, Lemon, Maraschino Liqueur and Crème de Violet.  Don’t like gin?  Try this classic.


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