Tag Archives: Whiskey

7 Fun Food Events Around DC This Weekend

Source: Washingtonian Food

Wunder Garten is getting in the holiday spirit with Winterfest starting Friday, December 1 and lasting until Sunday, December 17. The festive takeover of the NoMa beer garden features holiday lights, food from Timber Pizza and Holy Crepes, hot cocoa provided by Pete’s Coffee, mulled wine, winter beer, live music, and, of course, a Christmas tree lot […]

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Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Whiskey Fest

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

Philaelphia Magazine’s Whiskey Fest is coming up  — but this blowout isn’t just about delicious brown liquor. On October 26th, guests will have the chance to taste more than 300 varieties of fine spirits, including whiskey, bourbon, cordial, gin, scotch, tequila, rye, rum, and vodka, at this celebration of the hard stuff at Lincoln Financial Field.…

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Bulleit Whiskey Accused of Firing the Founder’s Daughter Because She’s Gay

Source: Grub Street NY

Your next Bulleit Old Fashioned might taste somewhat sour: The company has been accused of dismissing the founder’s daughter, who worked as brand ambassador, simply for being a lesbian. Hollis Bulleit says she got pushed out the day before Christmas Eve, via an email, after spending 25 years …

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“Day at the Races” Beer Julep

Source: Atlanta Magazine

The groom’s signature cocktail, “Day at the Races” Beer JulepPhotograph by Raftermen “Day at the Races” Beer Julep Serves 1 ½ ounce Simple Syrup (recipe below) 7 mint leaves, plus sprig for garnish 1 ounce rye whiskey ¼ ounce fresh lime juice 2 ounces IPA Angostura bitters Lightly muddle mint leaves and Simple Syrup in a mixing glass. Stir in whiskey, lime juice, and IPA. Fill a rocks glass with crushed ice and pour the mixture over. Add more crushed ice to make a mound. Add a couple dashes of bitters and garnish with the mint sprig. Simple Syrup Makes ...

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Female-Run D.C. Distillery Releases Rye Inspired by Hillary Clinton

Source: Grub Street NY

The owners of Republic Restoratives, a female-run craft distillery in D.C., spent months concocting a spirit worthy of celebrating their next president’s inauguration. Then, well, the election happened, and Rodham Rye sort of made no sense. But now, after “a period of self-described mourning,” Rachel Gardner and …

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DC Distiller Names Whiskey After Hillary Clinton

Source: Washingtonian Food

Leading up to the election, Republic Restoratives owners Pia Carusone and Rachel Gardner wanted to create a product that would celebrate who they thought would be the first female president. Plus, it seemed fitting: Hillary Clinton has been known to throw back the occasional whiskey. So, they came up with the idea for Rodham Rye, which would launch around the […]

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ASW Distillery is making the Atlanta’s first (legal) rye since prohibition

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Resurgens rye tastes like chocolate—black peppered chocolate.Photograph by Gregory Miller Justin Manglitz drinks only one cocktail. “It’s called The Steer’s Nuts,” says the 35-year-old Haralson County native. “It’s one part whiskey and two parts whiskey.” Funny. Manglitz may be goofy, but he’s also a smart, driven guy. Raised on stories of his pawpaw’s moonshine, Manglitz started making booze in a friend’s barn as soon as he turned 18. Now he makes whiskey in a more official capacity for ASW Distillery, where he’s just masterminded the first legal rye produced in Atlanta since before Prohibition. Resurgens, which launched in December, is ...

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ASW Distillery is making the Atlanta’s first (legal) rye since prohibition

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Resurgens rye tastes like chocolate—black peppered chocolate.Photograph by Gregory Miller Justin Manglitz drinks only one cocktail. “It’s called The Steer’s Nuts,” says the 35-year-old Haralson County native. “It’s one part whiskey and two parts whiskey.” Funny. Manglitz may be goofy, but he’s also a smart, driven guy. Raised on stories of his pawpaw’s moonshine, Manglitz started making booze in a friend’s barn as soon as he turned 18. Now he makes whiskey in a more official capacity for ASW Distillery, where he’s just masterminded the first legal rye produced in Atlanta since before Prohibition. Resurgens, which launched in December, is ...

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Front Burner: Ice Creams Spiked With Whiskey for St. Patrick’s Day

Source: NY Times Food

OddFellows Ice Cream Company in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, celebrates the holiday with three new flavors.

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