• New York,  WorldWide

    From our farmers to your table: Two easy-to-make recipes for World Gin Day!

    A farmer represents all that is good about America.  Hard working, focused, loyal, honest, and most importantly uncompromisingly committed to the task at hand.  The same holds true for Prairie Organic Spirits. Last month the June 10, people around the world gathered to celebrate all things gin, including the vodka that they sip. Made the hard way to ensure there are no chemicals in what you drink, each bottle of Prairie Organic Spirits takes three years of meticulous work, three years preparing the organic fields for the organic, non-GMO corn that gives Prairie its award-winning flavor.     For any vodka or cocktail roundups you might love to know, below are a few signature recipes…

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    @VillageVoice #BKPour Craft Beer Fest

    The Village Voice’s second Brooklyn Pour took place at Skylight One Hanson. The craft beer extravaganza was fully packed, with two sessions to cater to the huge demand received much in part to the success of last year’s BK Pour. My guess is that Village Voice will probably have to make the event a two-day affair next year as more and more people learn about this Brooklyn secret. Even with the crowd, attendees could easily get a taste of all 100+ beers, assuming their stomach capacity and tolerance would allow for such a lofty endeavor. One thing I would suggest if you come next year is to make sure that…

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    Bombay Sapphire East Launch

    The weather has been a bit funky in NYC the past week or so, but luckily for Bombay Sapphire East it was gorgeous for their rooftop launch held at 620 Loft & Garden in Midtown Manhattan on September 19. Sapphire East is the first gin to be launched by Bombay since Bombay Sapphire was launched 25 years ago. The new Sapphire East is vapor-infused with Thai lemongrass and Vietnamese black peppercorn, along with the 10 botanicals also found in the original Bombay Sapphire: almonds and lemon peel from Spain, coriander seedsfrom Morocco, juniper berries and orris (iris root) from Italy, liquorice fromChina, cassia bark from Indo-China, cubeb berries from Java, grains…