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Try the Joe Paterno shot! Cover it up and add a lot of bitters

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The news these days is enough to drive you to drink. That's why we asked a local barfly, Schmitty, to take on the task of creating a shot to go with the hottest story in the news. His debut offering? The Joe Paterno Shot.

It's pretty much an Old Fashioned, Schmitty reports, but as a shot.

The Joe Paterno Bourbon Squirt of simple syrup Dash of bitters (okay, who are we kidding -- a LOT of bitters)

Cover that up with anything handy (a napkin will suffice)

Close your eyes, and bottoms up! (Or is that last part the Sandusky?)

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