NOVEMBER 19th, 2016
at the Brooklyn Expo Center
72 Noble St, Brooklyn, NY
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Whiskey Feast is the latest nationally-touring food and drink festival from Cannonball Productions, creators of the highly-acclaimed Bacon and Beer Classic!
Indulge in unlimited, all-you-can-drink whiskey tastes and cocktails your favorite bars and distilleries, plus seasonal dishes from the best local restaurants. Party with a live DJ, brass band, flash tats, giant Jenga, corn hole and more!
Inspired by the wildly popular Whiskey Fried Classic in July, the festival will pair 40+ warming whiskies and cocktails with 20+ seasonal dishes from local chefs and restaurants. The growing list of participating distilleries includes Catoctin Creek Distilling Company, Highland Park Distillery and Copper Fox Distillery. Bareburger, Salt & Bone, Sweet Chili, Wheated and The Saint Catherine will also be serving up sips and bites on site.
A panel of judges will award winners in select food and drink categories. The panel includes New York Times Editor Clay Risen, Gothamist Food Editor Nell Casey, Thirsty Magazine Co-Founders Tara Fougner and Jessie Gibson, Brooklyn Magazine Food Editor Sarah Zorn, and more.
Guests can choose from General Admission two sessions: afternoon (2-4:30pm) or evening (7-9:30pm), upgrade to an Early Access ticket for half hour early entrance, or opt for the full VIP experience. VIP ticket holders will enjoy one hour early entrance and access to a specialty lounge with handcrafted cocktails; additional whiskey tastes; and exclusive, complimentary dishes. General Admission tickets are currently selling at $69, Early Access tickets are selling at $89, and VIP tickets are selling at $125. All tickets include a souvenir tasting glass.
A nationally-touring event, Whiskey Feast is coming soon to Washington D.C. and San Francisco. Cannonball Productions is committed to partnering with local non-profit organizations and food recovery programs in every host city. Leftover food from the event will be donated to homeless and hungry New Yorkers through City Harvest.
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