CUESA | Evening Party: Election Hangover: Fall Cocktails of the Farmers Market

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Election Hangover: Fall Cocktails of the Farmers Market

Wednesday, November 7, 2012 - 5:30pm to 8:00pm

Join CUESA and the Northern California chapter of the United States Bartenders Guild (USBG) at the Ferry Building for Election Hangover, the fall edition of Cocktails of the Farmers Market. We’re campaigning for craft cocktails and the only thing you’ll be asked to vote for is your favorite drink.

Whether you’re celebrating your victories or commiserating your losses, we’ll have two full-size signature cocktails featuring Karlsson’s Gold Vodka and 10 sipping samplers to help put the campaign madness behind you. The libations will be accompanied by bites from local restaurants. We’ve almost got our candidates lined up, and it’s looking good, with another all-star roster of bartenders and chefs who will highlight fall produce from the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market in their special red, white, and blue creations.

Guests are encouraged to vote for their favorite drink and hors d’oeuvre, and five winners will be selected to receive farmers market prizes.

Tickets are $40 each.

 Fall Cocktails of the Farmers Market

Participating Bartenders:
Jen Ackrill, Rye
Daniel Godinez, The New Easy
Evans Horn, Dobb’s Ferry
Patrick Johnson, Churchill
David Roark Ruiz, Bocazote
Jen Seidman and Jennifer Collieau, Acme Bar and Co.
Bryan Shoffit, Tradition
Aurora Siegel, Hotsy Totsy
Claire Sprouse, Rickhouse
Edgar Tamayo, Azucar
Taylor White, Jasper’s Corner Tap

Fine Spirits Provided by:
Karlsson’s Gold Vodka
Crystal Head Vodka
Drambuie 15
FAIR Quinoa Vodka
Hangar One Vodka
Kilbeggan Irish Whiskey
La Pinta Pomegranate Tequila
pür•likör spice, blood orange liqueur
SAGE liqueur from Art in the Age
Terroir Gin from St. George

Participating Restaurants: More coming soon…
Mike Yakura, Dobb’s Ferry
Thomas Weibull, Velvet Room at the Clift Hotel

NOTE: Tickets are nonrefundable. No one under 21 years old will be admitted.


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