Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Jersey City Whiskey Fest


After two successful events, the organizers behind Jersey City Beer Fest and Jersey City Wine Fest are back again with a new event - the Jersey City Whiskey Fest! Read below for more info on the event and everything you get to try.

Take in the magnificent New York City skyline in all its glory while enjoying over 100 styles of whiskey, delicious food, and great music. Mack-Cali’s Harborside is easy to get to—conveniently located adjacent to a dedicated light rail stop and less than 100 feet from the Exchange Place PATH station.

What?
The Jersey City Whiskey Fest is the perfect opportunity for whiskey enthusiasts to meet and hang out on the picturesque Harborside Waterfront Esplanade. Jersey City Whiskey Fest features over 100 styles of whiskey and spirits. Meet the whiskey distillers, master blenders, and other whiskey experts who will be in attendance.

This is your chance to taste from a selection of single malt and blended Scotch, Irish, Bourbon, Rye, Tennessee, Japanese, Canadian, and craft-distilled whiskies, all assembled in one Grand Atrium. High-end rum, cognac, and other spirits will be available as well. 

Guests will enjoy unlimited whiskey samples, paired with live music from Stereo Junkies, delicious food from the Angry Crab, By Suzette Crepes, Guac Spot, Milk Sugar Love, Glazed and Confused, Cow and the Curd and more!

When? 
Friday, March 24, 2017 from 7pm-10pm

Where?
Harborside Atrium and Waterfront Esplanade
34 Exchange Place, Jersey City, NJ, 07302
Entrance on 210 Hudson St. 

Ticketing Info
Take advantage of early bird pricing (prices go up $5 two weeks and one week before Fest):
General Admission: $60. 
You can also get an extra $15 off with code jceats 

Tickets are available online at: jcwhiskeyfest.comAll tickets include unlimited tastings and a souvenir tasting glass.

1 comment:

  1. JC Beer Fest was great but the Wine Fest was a disaster - they ran out of wine more than 90 minutes before it was supposed to close, which was ridiculous for the price (I imagine the EXTREMELY stingy pours were probably not unrelated). I like the events and they're great for JC, so hopefully this goes off a bit better.

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