Top Shelf Harvest showcases state spirits
VAIL — As a kickoff to Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week, Eagle Valley Events brings the Top Shelf Harvest on Sept. 27 to the heart of Lionshead Village in Vail. The boutique-style event will pair 15 Colorado distilleries with 15 Vail restaurants to offer inspired food and drink pairings for participants. Via personal interaction with the mixologists and chefs, culinary enthusiasts and spirit aficionados will immerse in the gourmet experience while enjoying the beauty of Vail. The event will feature an inventive spin on “speakeasy” style decor and entertainment to give visitors a feeling of classic exclusivity.
“We’re so thrilled to bring Top Shelf Harvest to life by celebrating the top Colorado craft distilleries, as well as the culinary techniques of some of the most popular restaurants in Vail. We want our guests to enjoy the inventive cocktails deliberately prepared to be paired with delicious food surrounded by autumn colors, live music and entertainment in the heart of Vail,” said Laurie Asmussen, event producer of Eagle Valley Events.
Top Shelf Harvest will also feature a mixologist contest showcasing old school and modern cocktails, as well as a chance for people to vote for their favorite cocktails and cuisine. Organizers said Top Shelf Harvest will focus on the shared enjoyment of coming together and the beauty of the season with exceptional drinks and tastes. Additionally, there will be demonstrations by top mixologists and chefs, allowing people the chance to see the masters at work while enjoying live music.
Tickets are $25 for general admission and $75 for the VIP package.
For more information about Vail’s Top Shelf Harvest and for ticket sales, please visit http://www.topshelfharvest vail.com.
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