About Hall of Whiskey
WHAT: Guests will sample their way across continents to discover the best in scotches, bourbons and whiskeys. Attendees will learn all that there is to know about enjoying whiskey, Detroit Catering will serve gourmet appetizers, and music rounds out the evening.
WHERE: Fisher Building Lobby
WHEN: Friday, November 10, 7-10PM
WHY: For the love of whiskey!
Hall of Whiskey will feature a variety of whiskeys, Scotches, ryes and bourbon samples—from locally produced bourbons to single malts and everything in between. Top city bartenders will serve up whiskey cocktails while the Detroit caterers offer gourmet appetizers inspired by the event theme. For the whiskey novice to the connoisseur, guests will enjoy samples and insights from industry experts.
Here is just a sampling of the menu items by Detroit Catering Company:
- Elaborate Charcuterie Board with dried and smoked meats to include prosciutto, soppresseta, and aged salami served with assorted olives, mustards and marmalades
- Imported & Domestic Cheeses showcased from all over the world served with assorted crackers, crostini and fresh grapes
- Warm Chex Mix with Toasted Almonds and Warm Hot and Spicy Chex Mix with Walnuts
- Bacon-wrapped barbecue beef bites
- Apple whiskey chicken meatballs
- Blue cheese burger sliders
- Bourbon maple brown sugar roasted baby carrots
- Dark chocolate whiskey cake bites
The Fisher Building
The building known as “Detroit’s largest art object” has been dropping jaws in New Center for more than 80 years.
The Fisher — built by the Fisher brothers of “Body by Fisher” fame — opened Sept. 1, 1928, at Second Avenue and Grand Boulevard. Once known as the Cathedral to Commerce, the 441-foot tower is decked to the nines in fancy marbles, mosaics, soaring, painted ceilings and a whole lot of brass and bronze. This world of shops, theater, art and architectural beauty is renowned architect Albert Kahn’s masterpiece, “a superbly designed complex which displays some of the finest craftsmanship in any Art Deco style building constructed in the U.S. in the 1920s,” the National Park Service says.
Unquestionably, the golden tower of the Fisher Building is one of the most recognizable sights in Detroit’s skyline.
A Good Cause
Hall of Whiskey benefits The Attic Theater Company.
The Attic Theater Company stages relevant but underproduced American works that tell stories of brave people at a crossroads between individuality and society. By taking these plays down from the Attic, dusting them off, and revitalizing them, they forge relationships with audience and artists that exemplify the values inherent in these stories – fortitude, hope, generosity, and humor – modeling them in the way they do business and share their work.
For more information about this organization, please visit https://www.theattictheaterco.com/.
Music by Ben Sharkey
Downstairs in the Prohibition Lounge on the Jack Daniel’s Sinatra Select Stage
DJ Danny D
PLEASE DRINK RESPONSIBLY
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When is Hall of Whiskey?
Friday, November 10, 2017, 7-10PM
Where is Hall of Whiskey?
Fisher Building Lobby, 3011 W. Grand Ave., Detroit
What time is Hall of Whiskey?
The fun will begin at 7PM. Last pour is at 9:30 pm, and the event ends promptly at 10:00 pm.
How much do tickets to Hall of Whiskey cost?
General admission ticket prices are $75 in advance, and $85 at the door if available.
What do I get for the price of a general admission ticket?
You’ll receive ten drink tickets, bottomless food tastings, live music and entertainment and access to whiskey ambassadors.
Do you sell tickets at the door?
Unless the event sells out in advance, there will be tickets sold at the door.
Is there parking?
There is a parking garage & lot located at The Fisher Building. First come, first serve.
What should I wear to Hall of Whiskey?
This will be a cocktail attire event; blazers and cocktail dresses are highly recommend.
Do I need to bring a glass with me?
There is no need to bring a glass with you. Each tastings and cocktail will be served in its own cup.
How can I get the most up-to-date information about the event?
For the most up-to-date information about Hall of Whiskey, please visit us on Facebook
If I promise not to drink, can I come to the event if I m under 21 years of age?
No one under the age of 21 is permitted inside of the event. There will be no exceptions, and security will be carding ticket holders as they come into the event.
May I bring my briefcase with me?
Backpacks, briefcases, tote bags, or any other such items, are not permitted inside of Hall of Whiskey.
When I discover a new whiskey that I love at Hall of Whiskey, can I buy a bottle of it right there?
Hall of Whiskey is a tasting-event only. We do not offer bottles for sale, however distilleries will provide you with details on how and where you can purchase their product(s).