Thursday, July 30, 2015

Getting your drink on at Philly Farm & Food Fest

Five producers will show off their spirits.

Getting your drink on at Philly Farm & Food Fest

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The second Philly Farm & Food Fest - coming up April 14 at the Convention Center Annex - will have more than just farms and the agrarian/sustainable crowd. 

Fair Food and PASA (Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture) have secured five local Pennsylvania producers to offer spirits samplings spirits during specific hourly, pre-purchased tastings:

• Frecon Farm’s debut of its Early Man Hard Cider

• Dad’s Hat’s receipt of Good Food Awards-Winning Rye Whiskey

• Philadelphia Distilling’s popular Bluecoat Gin

• Subarashii Kudamono’s unique Asian Pear Eu de Vie

• Victory Brewing’s debut of its  tongue-twister Swing Session Saison

Subarashii Kudamono and Philadelphia Distilling will team up and offer Asian Pair Martini – Pennsylvania Style, which is one part Subarashii Kudamono Asian Pear Dessert Wine and one part Bluecoat American Dry Gin.

Tastings will be held on the hour between noon and 3 p.m. and are limited to 40 visitors per session. Libations Lounge tickets are an additional $15 (plus handling) to the general admission fee of $15. Tickets may be purchased here.

Attendees must be 21 or older to purchase a ticket and photo ID will be required for day-of entry.

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