Don’t miss out on 209 Gin’s participation at SF Cocktail week! Tonight marks the week’s debut of 209 Gin at various spirited events around the San Francisco.
Check out the events below. If you want to experience the full 209 Gin experience, the timing syncs perfectly that all events can be attended!
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No. 209 Gin Experience at Jasper’s Corner Tap & Kitchen
Date: Tonight! Sept. 20
Place: Jasper’s Corner Tap & Kitchen, 401 Taylor Street San Francisco, CA
Cost: $20 per person
During the No. 209 Gin Experience, Distillery No. 209 and the team at Jasper’s Corner Tap & Kitchen will help attendees better understand their gin personalities (or level of Ginterest). Whether a seasoned gin drinker (Ginthusiast), a newly enlightened gin drinker (Ginlightened), a gin doubter (Ginskeptic), or a vodka drinker (Ginnocent), the team will help you gauge your level of Ginterest.
About the Menu:
Kevin Deitrich, Matthew Meidinger and the rest of the Jasper’s Corner team will create a mixture of custom and classic No. 209 Gin cocktails that represent each of these gin personalities. To accompany these libations, Chef Adam Carpenter will create a menu of in-house appetizers including his signature Pretzels & Cheese, Chef’s Deviled Eggs, and Mini Ball Parks among others.
No. 209 Gin Cocktail Dinner at Gitane
Date: Tonight! Sept. 20
Place: Gitane 6 Claude Lane San Francisco, CA
Cost: $110 per person
Join Distillery No. 209 and Chef Bridget Batson for an exclusive Mediterranean feast for the senses, with dishes inspired by the Iberian Peninsula and the regional flavors of Spain, Portugal, Soutehrn France and Morocco. Each course will be paired with a cocktail created by Alex Smith (a true Ginthusiast) with No. 209 Gin.
About the Menu
The four-course menu includes bastila sweet and savory pastry with chicken, spiced almonds, and apricot fennel salad; white peach and escarole salad with Marcona almonds and Valdeon cheese; California white bass pan roasted with heirloom tomatoes, romano and wax beans, mint and piri piri sauce; and olive oil cake with honey ice cream and stone fruit.
Hands on Cocktail Class with Scott Beattie: Artisanal Gin Cocktails at The Boothby Center
Date: Sept. 21
Place: Boothby Center 1161 Mission Street, Suite 120 San Francisco, CA
Cost: $25 in advance, $35 at the door
Join Distillery No. 209 at the Boothby Center for a hands-on cocktail class with renowned Bay Area mixologist and author Scott Beattie of Cyrus and Spoonbar in Healdsburg, CA. The class will commence with a brief history of gin and will continue with the hands-on creation of two classic and two modern gin cocktails that incorporate seasonal ingredients from the Bay Area. Each participant will have the opportunity to create four cocktails and learn the basics of bartending and cocktail creation from Scott.
Intoxicating Ladies: The Women Behind the Stick and the Cocktails at Rye
Date: Sept. 21
Place: Rye 688 Geary Street, San Francisco, CA
LUPEC (Ladies United in the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails) spotlights the women behind the stick and the cocktails. In honor of SF Cocktail Week, LUPEC, the San Francisco’s chapter of the national cocktail society, is showcasing the city’s top female bar talent, who will each present a signature cocktail created with the innovative, high quality cocktail spirits and ingredients created or represented by fellow LUPEC members.
More about Distillery No. 209:
Distillery No. 209 – located on San Francisco’s Pier 50 (the world’s only distillery built over water) – is a small-bath, artisanal spirit –hand-fashioned and distilled five times over using the finest all-natural ingredients sourced from around the world. Dispelling the notion that all gins taste like your grandfather’s, Distillery No. 209 is more than a boutique gin producer; it is a pioneer producing a new generation of spirit for a new generation drinker.