Whiskey Washback

Friday Oct. 25, 2019

8pm - 11pm

The Bowery Hotel · 335 Bowery, NYC · 2nd Floor

Celebrating the remarkable + rebellious legacy of whiskey & the people that keep it alive today.


Over 75 types of premium Whiskey, Bourbon, Rye, Scotch and more from Hudson, Finger Lakes, Tennessee, Kentucky, Scotland and other regions... including 15-year and older premiums.

Aberfeldy "Barrels & Bees" Program. Pairing local New York State Honey with Aberfeldy Single Malt.

Starward Red Whisky Highball Cocktail

Create your personal Manhattan cocktail with Woodford Reserve

Old Forester Whiskey Row Series and Old Fashioned Cocktail

Bulleit serving up a Fall Punch

Sip on a Blackened Whiskey Cold Toddy

Taste the Mad River’s Revolution Rye 1794 cocktail

Duke’s Bourbon Smoked Old Fashioned

A sneak preview of the brand new Westward Oregon Stout Cask

Wyoming Whiskey showcasing the grains of the mashbill and telling the story of the Wyoming Whiskey distillery

Salivate over a Genever Espresso Martini, Red Light Negroni and the Old Fashioned

Jack Daniel’s serving up a Good Morning Lynchburg

Savory tastings and light bites from local culinary favorites

The Leroy House serving Smoked Beef Brisket Sausage and Spicy Andouille Sausage with pickled mustard seeds and house pickles

Les Trois Petits Cochons serving two types of Saucisson and pâté on toast

Oysters shucked on site presented by Ardbeg and Billion Oyster Project, fresh local oysters from Fishers Island and Atlantic Capes oyster farms

Hearty and Spicy chili by Salsa Pistolero

The Cocktail Parlor satisfying your sweet tooth with Cocktail cupcakes and cookies

WIN a Regional Whiskey Cocktail Kit from Bowery Collective, find the Whiskey Washback jugs and post your pic on Instagram use #whiskeywashback #bocoexperience

Photo booth to capture all the whiskey fueled fun!

Live Music by The Whiskey Treaty

Outdoor terrace cigar lounge with LIVE Cigar Roller from La Rosa Cubana Cigars

That's how the whiskey rebels would've wanted it.

Please tip ye hat to our special partners and sponsors.

We're deeply grateful to each of the partners who've joined us to make this journey possible.


October 1794.

U.S. troops march into Western Pennsylvania to quell an uprising of settlers rebelling against the liquor tax. It’s America’s first push to establish federal authority by military means within state boundaries. For many small farmers, whiskey was easier to transport and sell than the grain it came from. It was an informal currency, a means of livelihood, and an enlivener of a tough existence. That was the...

Whiskey Rebellion


October 25, 2019

We celebrate the remarkable and rebellious legacy of whiskey and the people that keep it alive. This is...

Whiskey Washback

 
 
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