Bethlehem – The second annual Whiskey & Fine Spirits Festival will take place Saturday, Oct. 5, from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM at ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks, 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem, Northampton County. A VIP session featuring early access, exclusive food samples, and photo opportunities will take place from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM.
For the first time, products sold at the onsite Fine Wine & Good Spirits will be 10 percent off.
The event will feature more than 110 premium distilled spirits from world-renowned brands, as well as highly rated, reserve, and small batch products for sampling. The tasting list will feature whiskey, scotch, bourbon, vodka, tequila, rum, gin, cordials, and hand-crafted cocktails.
Jesse James Dupree, front man of the multi-platinum rock-and-roll group Jackyl, will sign bottles of Jesse James America’s Outlaw Whiskeys and Devil’s Devil Sinnamon Spirits Liqueur. In 2013, Dupree launched his own brand of spirits starting with bourbon and then adding flavored whiskeys a short time later. In addition, Dupree heads entertainment company Mighty Loud Enterprises, which created and produced the popular TruTV series Full Throttle Saloon. He will also answer customers’ questions and share stories and interesting facts about his products, music, and life.
Many of the spirits offered for tasting will be available for purchase at the onsite Fine Wine & Good Spirits store. Food will also be available so attendees may enjoy responsibly. All attendees, including designated drivers, must be at least 21 years old and provide valid identification at the event entrance.
General admission tickets from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM are $50; VIP tickets are $75; designated driver tickets are $10. A portion of all proceeds will benefit the Pediatric Cancer Foundation of the Lehigh Valley.
For more information, visit lehighvalleystyle.com/style-events.
The PLCB regulates the distribution of beverage alcohol in Pennsylvania, operates more than 600 wine and spirits stores statewide, and licenses 20,000 alcohol producers, retailers, and handlers. The PLCB also works to reduce and prevent dangerous and underage drinking through partnerships with schools, community groups, and licensees. Taxes and store profits – totaling nearly $18.5 billion since the agency’s inception – are returned to Pennsylvania’s General Fund, which finances Pennsylvania’s schools, health and human services programs, law enforcement, and public safety initiatives, among other important public services. The PLCB also provides financial support for the Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement, the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs, other state agencies, and local municipalities across the state. For more information about the PLCB, visit lcb.pa.gov.
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