Thursday, February 11, 2016

Bourbon Battle at the Trestle Inn

The Trestle Inn is calling all bourbon connoisseurs to what it calls its first annual Bourbon Battle.

Bourbon Battle at the Trestle Inn

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The Trestle Inn (339 N. 11th St.) is calling bourbon connoisseurs to what it bills as the first of an annual Bourbon Battle.

On Wednesday, March 27, four bartenders from Time, The Industry, Lloyd and The Trestle Inn will make bourbon cocktails from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The winner is determined by the people’s vote.

Hosted by Capital Wine and Spirits and sponsored by Old Forester and Woodford Reserve, this event will benefit the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society (PAWS), which will also be present.

Space is limited so purchasing a ticket for $20 in advance is recommended. You can also pay $25 at the door. The ticket includes four bourbon tastings, $10 donation to PAWS and a Bourbon Battle Passport to take notes at each tasting station.

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Click here to buy tickets and RSVP to the Facebook event here.



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