Here Are 14 Distilleries That Will Be at Our Holiday Spirits Tasting Event

Here Are 14 Distilleries That Will Be at Our Holiday Spirits Tasting Event
Holiday Spirits

VIP and general admission tickets are now on sale for our second annual Holiday Spirits tasting event, a party at which you'll be able to sip spirits from New York and beyond while you cruise around the harbor on the Hornblower Infinity Cruise Ship. Today, we're announcing a new batch of distilleries that have been confirmed to participate in the fete.

We'd previously announced that the event will feature Barefoot Wine & Bubbly, Barrow's Intense Ginger Liqueur, Brooklyn Winery, Mount Gay Rum, Sorel Artisanal Liqueur, Van Brunt Stillhouse, and Widow Jane.

Joining that group will be Art in the Age Craft Spirits, Atsby Vermouth, Breuckelen Distilling, Cooperstown Distillery, Greenhook Ginsmiths, Owney's Rum, and White Pike Whiskey.

The event will ultimately feature more than 25 distilleries, so watch this space for updates.

And this year, it includes a harbor cruise.

The ship sets sail from Pier 40 at West Houston Street at 6 p.m. on Thursday, November 20, and returns to port at 9. You can choose from two tiers of ticket options — general admission tickets ($50) and VIP tickets ($70). Both include unlimited sampling from more than 25 distilleries, a souvenir tasting glass, live music, complimentary hors d'oeuvres, and the cruise; the VIP ticket gets you access to the Captain's Lounge, a private VIP deck located on the top level of the ship, which will include a private bar. You'll also take home a VIP gift bag.

Each level of the ship will feature live entertainment; look for sets from the jazz quartet the Blue Vipers of Brooklyn and local New York City DJ Tim Martell.

Tickets are on sale now; head on over to the website to buy.

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