1 oz Strawberry Simple Syrup (*)
3/4 oz Lemon Juice
1/2 oz Plymouth Sloe Gin
1 dash Peychaud's Bitters
Shake with ice and strain into a cocktail glass.
The drink that Russell House Tavern's head bartender, Aaron Butler, created for the Beefeater 24 night was the Mad Jack. Aaron commented that the drink was named in part for Jack Bauer of the television show 24 and in part for his love of English history. The historical aspect was a British lieutenant colonel during World War II, John Malcolm Thorpe Fleming Churchill known as Mad Jack, who was best known for leading troops while being armed with a longbow and a claybeg sword. I could not find a report of how valuable his arrows were, but he was able to survive his tours of duty.
(*) Syrup made with 1 part strawberries : 1 part sugar : 1 part water.