The Boothby Center presents...
an entertaining educational experience as part of our new
“Two Martinis and a Tip” series,
where you get a whole lot of fun for the price of a round.
with Carl Sutton of Sutton Cellars
Maker of the Bay Area’s hometown vermouth.
Join winemaker Carl Sutton on an exploration of what vermouth is and why you need to know. We’ll start with a lesson on vermouth’s history and cultural significance, including a comparative tasting of popular and boutique vermouths. Next we’ll delve deeper into Carl’s own formula, tasting the components of his the popular vermouth that he makes right here in San Francisco and that you can find in many of the city’s top cocktail bars and fine restaurants. Then we’ll look at vermouth’s role in a cocktail (and taste TWO MARTINIS of those while we’re at it) before moving on to a flight of wine-based aperitifs and digestifs. That’s a lot of tasting and education for only $25.
Just think... two martinis and a tip and you get so much more!
Tuesday May 17th, 7pm to 9pm
Tickets are $25 and are available at http://theboothbycenter.eventbright.com
This class counts as a credit toward a Boothby Level 1 class credit.
About the BCCAC
The Barbary Coast Conservancy of the American Cocktail is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that strives to preserve and advance San Francisco’s beverage cultures. Please support our efforts by attending and spreading the word.
When & Where
The Boothby Center for the Beverage Arts
The Boothby Center exists as a place to preserve and promote the cultural heritage of saloons and their cocktails via educational and entertaining events. The "Cocktail" Bill Boothby Center for the Beverage Arts is the home of exceptional beverage education and events in the San francisco Bay Area and hosts a wide variety of our own curiated events as well as serving as a full service rental venue for your own event needs. For information on a private rental, please call 415-710-9053 or email firstname.lastname@example.org