From J. Rieger & Co., this rye whiskey was distilled and barreled in the fall of 2015 and is now ready for sipping.
The outdoor space will feature a new food and drink menu, plenty of seating options and more.
The flavor of this cocktail is then rounded out with a rich banana liqueur and two types of bitters.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the region, they used their expertise for a greater purpose.
In the wake of COVID-19, it's recently become a highly-desirable and much-needed product.
Whether you're looking for a filling dinner, some booze-free fun or a night of endless cocktails, there's a party for you this New Year's Eve …
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The menu includes a crab tartine, fried eggplant and beef filet.
The Miracle concept will return, and also offer a new Tiki-themed iteration.
The space features two bar experiences, a massive new distillery operation, a historic exhibit and even a slide.
The local distillery is gearing up for a major expansion.
Sip on a Festivus Fizz with J. Rieger & Co. gin, vanilla, citrus, egg white, Boulevard Nutcracker Ale and butterscotch.
The new venture will include a distillery, tasting room, bar and daily tours.
Vote for your favorite burger, enjoy an afternoon of gin or chill out with yoga this weekend.
It's described as having the flavors found in campfire or a good pipe, with an almost Cavendish taste with earthy notes of mushrooms and cedar.
His cocktails focus on interactive and educational experiences.
The dinner benefits the local nonprofit, and features fresh produce from its farm.
The shop sells an upscale selection of barware, glassware, bitters and select spirits for home use.
The whiskey has been finished for 18 months in four 500-liter sherry botas, or wood barrels, that are each over a century old.
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