Head to the Brooklyn Brewery on Tuesday, July 17 for this all-you-can-sip showcase of exclusively Made in NY spirits.
Perched on the waterfront, guests were privy to expertly mixed drinks, great bites and a beautiful sunset behind a view of Lady Liberty.
Some of our favorite local distilleries have signed on — Black Dirt, Hillrock Estate, King’s County and The Noble Experiment are all participating.
One of our favorite spots to sip local drinks is Nick & Toni’s Café on the Upper West Side. See for yourself.
If you didn’t get enough sipping among the myriad local and afar distilleries that graced Good Spirits this month, here’s a good follow-up for you if you’re fond of fawn-colored quaffs.
Even as the in-house spirits seeker for Edible, I am ever in awe over the boozy bounty that is the growing New York spirits…
Black Dirt Bourbon is a dry, almost chocolaty whiskey with loads of local character, owning to the dark, famously fertile soil left behind by receding glaciers 12,000 years ago.
This upstate whiskey captures the spirit of New York’s most fertile region.