Mezcal and Tequila Workshop with Imperial, Public House, and Antihero

May 11th

frame (academy)
presents
A Mezcal and Tequilla Workshop with Cocktail Kingdom
with
Shawn Stanton
beverage director of
Imperial, Public House, and Antihero

With warm days on the horizon, who better than the team behind Ferndale’s coveted Imperial, Public House, and Antihero to teach our spring and summer Mezcal and Tequilla workshop.  Working Class Outlaws beverage director Shawn Stanton is welcoming 20 guests into frame for an interactive hands-on workshop focusing on one signature cocktail from each of their three-hit restaurants.

Find your seat, your Welcome Margarita and your personal Cocktail Kingdom setup of a jigger, strainer, shaking tins, muddler, bar spoon, and Yarai Mixing Glass and get ready to ” work “.

Lesson #1
Imperial’s Detroit Tart, a silver-tequila margarita with kirsch and tart cherry.
For Snacking: Imperial’s chips and house-made guacamole

Lesson #2
A summery tequila cocktail from Public House’s Cocktail Menu called The Wanda, made with yellow chartreuse and muddled watermelon.
For Snacking: none-other than Public House’s mini chocolate chip cookies.

Lesson #3
You’ll learn how to build a Tokyo S.O.S, a mezcal tiki cocktail with rum and pineapple from Antihero’s Cocktail Menu.
For snacking: Togarashi pork rinds from Antihero.

Drinking and Nibbling your way through a Saturday morning.
It seems like a good idea to us.  


Saturday,  May 11th
11:00 am
$65 per person + tax and service fee
Class is limited to 20 guests

Included:
A Welcome Margarita from Imperial’s Cocktail Menu. 
A 2-hour workshop on building (and drinking) 3 favorite Imperial, Public House, and Antihero cocktails.
Snacks from each of the 3 favorite Ferndale spots to keep the morning buzz in check.

Additional:
The Cocktail Kingdom Muddler
The Cocktail Kingdom Essential Cocktail Set to pre-purchase and take home to recreate the cocktails.

Set includes:
• Seamless Yarai Mixing Glass
• Hoffman Barspoon
• Japanese Style Jigger 1oz/2oz
• Set of Koriko Weighted Shaking Tins
• Koriko Hawthorne Strainer


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