Becky RogersThe Watering Hole: Duck Island Ale House, 7317 Aurora Ave. N., GREENLAKE, 783-3360At Duck Island, a cozy bar located next door to legendary Seattle diner Beth’s, a healthy craft beer selection is the main attraction: tap handles hang from the ceilings behind the bar so low that no one over six feet tall could comfortably tend bar here without stooping, and the beer menu is about sixty pages longer than the food menu. Meanwhile, Duck Island’s fairly small selection of liquor bottles is tucked away in a corner. For such a humble space, it has a lot to offer. Namely, pinball, an ancient pool table and a broken jukebox that doesn’t cost, but in which employees have deliberately replaced the shitty stuff with better albums (and may veto your choices if they don’t approve of your taste). It’s not fancy, but it is the perfect place for an after-work pint.The Barkeep: Becky Rogers. She’s been the bar manager at Duck Island for well over two years. Before landing that gig, she worked at the Tap House in Bellevue, which makes you wonder if maybe she’ll eschew the drink-making altogether and simply pour her favorite beer. It’s rare to see patrons of this joint imbibe anything else. The Drink: Pink Starburst. It’s made with Stoli vanilla, Stoli raspberry, sour mix, cranberry juice and Triple Sec. For a woman who says she’s been a beer drinker for a long time — particularly one who prefers IPAs — it’s surprising to be served such a sweet drink. But she she insists the Pink Starburst is truly her favorite. The Verdict: No false advertising here: this thing is the particular hue and flavor of a pink Starburst, but with a helluva kick. In the wrong hands, this could be saccharine and disgusting. Good thing Becky Rogers makes her drinks stiff enough to compensate for the extra sugar.