The only event featuring Spirits exclusively made in New York.
Slow Food NYC and Astor Center are pleased to collaborate on the second annual Spirits of New York Event featuring spirits made in New York, with most ingredients grown and produced in New York or, otherwise, fair/direct traded.
Selected regional producers’ beverages — vodka, gin, shine, white brandy, rye, Bourbon, and jack — will be served up neat and in tantalizing, season and place-inspired cocktails for truly local libation. This is your opportunity to taste some of the best booze in the state and also meet their makers.
To complement their products, New York distillers will be joined by local producers of bitters, syrups, and mixers.
Local, artisanal spirits producers are at the forefront of an exciting revolution: re-invigorating small scale, regional spirits production and helping build vibrant, local farm, and food economies by supporting local farmers and creating local jobs... and doing so deliciously.
Location: Astor Center - 399 Lafayette Street (enter around the corner on 4th street); Manhattan
Tickets: $40 ($30 for Slow Food members)
Early Bird Special: $30 before June 10th ($20 for Slow Food members)
(click here to become a member; SFUSA annual memberships start at just $25 year)
Buy Tickets: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/387363
Participating Distillers, Bitters & Syrups: Barrow's Intense Ginger Liqueur, Black Dirt Distillery, Breuckelen Distilling, Cacao Prieto LLC, Catskill Distilling Company, Dutch's Spirits, Greenhook Ginsmiths, Harvest Spirits, Industry City Distillery, Jack from Brooklyn, Nahmias et Fils, The Noble Experiment, Tuthilltown Spirits, Uncouth Vermouth, Van Brunt Stillhouse, Prohibition Distillery, White Pike Whiskey/Fingerlakes Distilling, and Hillrock Estate Distillery. To complement their products, New York distillers will be joined by local producers of bitters and syrups - Hella Bitter and Morris Kitchen. Also, mixers will be provided by QTonic.
GMO Distillers' Pledge: “I support the rights of eaters and drinkers to know what is in the food and beverages they enjoy. I do not knowingly use GMO ingredients in the products of my production that I am offering or, if I know, or have good reason to know, that one or more ingredients used in these products is GMO-based, I agree to so represent freely to eaters and drinkers attending the Slow Food NYC event.”
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