Shopping 'til you drop is A) probably not a real thing, and B) nonetheless pretty much every dude's worst nightmare... unless said shopping takes place in a badass haberdashery like E. Smith Mercantile, and said drop is the result of one too many craft cocktails made with rare and unusual liquors in the tiny 14-seat boozer they opened in back.
Hopsy Gives You Fresh Beer From the Tap in the Comfort of Your Own Home
To get to the Back Bar, you gotta drag yourself away from shelves stocked with dude gear like denim from THVM, and apothecary-style goods including Natural Aftershave by Fig & Yarrow, and, most helpfully, a bottle of homeopathic hangover-recovery medicine.
If you make it to the back, and are lucky enough to grab a seat, it's time to decide what to drink...
... like this old school Negroni made w/ gin, vermouth rosso & Campari.
At this point, you say, "Doesn't every place make a Negroni?", and we say, "Yeah, but does every place use old-timey Campari that, instead of new-fangled ingredients, is colored like they did it back in the day, with actual red beetles?". Well, this one does.
Next up: atomized Absinthe is sprayed into a glass, then combined w/ scotch & sweet vermouth...
... the result is the Robert Burns, named for a Scottish poet who said things like, "Scots, wha hae wi' Wallace bled", so clearly naming a cocktail after him is appropriate.
Need a snack between cocktails? They've got a handful of bar eats, like applewood-smoked scallops that're bacon-wrapped, and served with what it normally takes several of for you to enjoy shopping: a shot... except in this case it's a shot of cocktail sauce.