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This giant cement mixer is actually a cocktail shaker full of Monkey Shoulder, and it’ll be pouring drinks in Dallas


Kudos to the folks at Monkey Shoulder whisky for inventing the world’s largest cocktail shaker – and sending it on the road to Dallas next week to pour Monkey Shoulder cocktails all over DFW.

Called the Monkey Mixer by its creators, the 27-foot truck can hold up to 2,400 gallons (that’s equivalent to 18,000 bottles of liquor) and carries a boombox of a sound system. Monkey Shoulder says the Mixer will be roaming the streets of DFW during May and June, and plans to make a big splash at Savor Dallas next week then Taste of Dallas next month. Monkey Shoulder brand ambassador Vance Henderson will be serving the Mixed Up Monkey cocktail from the machine’s chute at both.

Can’t get to either? Check out the Monkey Mixer here:
· Cue It Up on Thursday, May 17, 6-9 pm at Dallas Farmers Market

· Shaken and Stirred on Friday, May 18, 7-10 pm at FIG

· Grand Tasting on Saturday, May 19, 6:30-10 pm at Centennial Hall

· Detox/Retox Brunch on Sunday, May 20, 10:30 am-1:30 pm at Sixty Five Hundred

 

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