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Contributed by Allen Katz
The American-whiskey classic has only two ingredients.
Add the whiskey to a Collins glass filled with ice.
Fill with ginger ale and garnish with a long strip of lemon peel.
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You're right that the drink can be made with brandy instead of whiskey. While most recipes don't call for bitters, no doubt a few dashes of Angostura Bitters would taste good. You can, of course, make your Horse's Neck however you like.
lol wtf, this recipe isnt right, a horse's neck is made with ginger ale, brandy, and bitters