How to Make a Cocktail That Will Break the Internet

It’s been a year since St. Augustine, Florida, first opened its doors to tourists, but the restaurant hasn’t been able to shake the viral attention.

Now, the city is hoping to attract even more diners by creating a unique cocktail that can break the internet.

According to a post on the city’s Facebook page, the St. Augustine Brewing Co. is teaming up with the popular online bar Stamps.com to bring its Cocktail Night to bars, restaurants, and lounges in the area.

The first event will take place on Tuesday, Aug. 20, when Stamps, which bills itself as “the world’s largest bar aggregator,” will open its doors for the evening.

According the post, the event will feature drinks from some of the citys most popular restaurants, as well as a special cocktail.

The event will be free to attend, but attendees can earn stamps to redeem for a chance to win prizes, according to the post.

In a statement to Engadge, the company wrote that “our mission is to empower people to connect with their passions, experiences, and the stories they care about.”

The Stamps site includes a number of popular cocktails, including a cocktail called the Stamps Man, which is made with pineapple, lemon, and lime juice and features a “light touch of bitters.”

Other cocktails featured on the site include the Stampede, which was created with a blend of vodka and cognac, and a cocktail with gin, lemon juice, and orange juice.

A photo on the Stamping site shows a Stampedee, which, like the Stamp, features pineapple, lime, ginger, orange, and ginger syrup.

It’s unclear if the Stumps Cocktail will be available in bars or restaurants.