And he’s very into death metal.
Adam Leonti of Brooklyn Bread Lab and Stefen Ramirez of Tea Dealers pare the high tea tradition down to something easygoing and modern.
Forthave Spirits’ punk approach to distilling has resulted, so far, in three very polished bottles including an aperitivo, an American dry gin and an amaro.
High on our list of participating bars include Rouge Tomate Chelsea, Pondicheri, Olmsted, Butter & Scotch, Slowly Shirley and Montana’s Trail House.
The goods they’re showcasing are as impressive as the space and method.
It’s not just the big brands who want to undo its youthful missteps and drunken pirate associations, but some of the city’s best bartenders.
This year’s annual beer week welcomes over 400 events across the five boroughs.
You can now enjoy their brews in North Brooklyn.
“I’m inspired by the people who come in the door and get me out of my own head for a bit.”
The Puerto Rico native has been bartending for nearly 20 years.
And a pisco expert.
Her bar, Le Boudoir, is inspired by Marie Antoinette.