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The Philly Craft Spirits Week Preview Party Is Happening This Thursday

This week, 9 of the the region’s best craft distillers are getting together for a party at Philadelphia Distilling’s new Fishtown headquarters. Samples of all their best products will be poured. Food is being provided by MilkBoy’s Chris Beyer and the crew from Twisted Tail (two restaurants that know a thing or two about pairing food and booze). There will be basket auctions from each of the distilleries, and one big one for those of you looking to build a kick-ass home bar full of local spirits.

And the best news? Tickets will only run you $30.

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Philly’s Best Local Distilleries Are Throwing A Party

You guys like booze, right? Of course you do. That’s half the reason we do what we do over here. And if you’re here, you probably have at least a passing interest in local spirits.

Well I’ve got some very good news for you. Next Thursday, August 24, nine of the best distilleries in the region are all getting together at Philadelphia Distilling’s brand new Fishtown HQ to throw one big, boozy party. And you’re invited.

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Eat Here Now: Philadelphia Distilling

Charred Polenta at Philadelphia Distilling/Photo by Alex Jones

Philadelphia Distilling opened a shiny new facility in the old Ajax Metal Building — also home of The Fillmore — at 25 East Allen Street back in February.

From the start, they’ve offered a seasonally-driven cocktail program featuring their Bluecoat dry and barrel-aged gins, 1681 vodka and its Old Bay-infused sibling The Bay, and Vieux Carré absinthe. But it wasn’t until spring was in full swing that they quietly hired chef Ari Miller, who has been turning out exciting, exquisitely crafted small plates that wowed us at first bite.

Here are five reasons you should be eating at Philadelphia Distilling now.

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