The Hot Apple Toddy will be featured on October 20th @ The Brooklyn Historical Society
Amazing event coming up on October 20th! Let me give it to you straight: $40 for 4 cocktails. More than that, the evening will be an exploration of locally produced apple alcohols. You thought you knew cider; well, we’re going to blow your minds with products from new producers making alcohol in traditional ways. Guest of the evening will include:
Revolution Cider, out of Philadelphia, who produces a unique hard cider inspired by recipes from the Revolutionary era.
Warwick Valley Winery is bringing their intense apple brandy, as welll as samples of the apple liqour (it’s like an apple in a bottle–soo good) and apple cider.
Cornelius Applejack has generously donated their artisinal, small batch applejack–generally considered some of the best on the market.
All this and so much more, including cider history and cocktail lessons! Full details below; get your tickets here!
Thursday, October 20
The Big Apple: Historic Cocktails with Regional Apple Alcohols
7:00 p.m. @ The Brooklyn Historical Society, 128 Pierrepont Street at Clinton Street Brooklyn, New York
Ticket: $30 BHS members/$40 non-members. Purchase your ticket here.
Apple cider, apple brandy, and applejack are complex alcohols that are infinitely mixable. We’re going inspire you to add them to your liquor cabinets with a night of nineteenth-century cocktails!
The evening will begin with a cup of Apple Punch, which features slices of crisp New York apples steeped in wine. While sipping drinks, guests will hear a short talk on the history of apple alcohol in New York. Afterward, participants will learn how to make three historic apple cocktails: the refreshing, spicy Jersey Cocktail; the warm and comforting Apple Toddy; and the sweet, meringue-like Tiger’s Milk Punch. These drinks will feature local apple alcohols made from traditional recipes. Participants will work with educators in small groups, learning about the history of each drink as they imbibe their handmade cocktails. Additionally, local apple alcohol producers will be on hand to talk about their products and the state of the apple industry today.
This event is part of Glynwood’s Cider Week, which seeks to cultivate an appreciation for hard cider. Glynwood preserves apple orchards in the Hudson Valley by promoting the production of hard cider and apple spirits. Learn more at www.glynwood.org.