The book focuses on the movement and philosophy to incorporate the natural world into the drinks we love to make, imbibe, and share with friends. Complete with recipes, striking photography, and detailed illustrations, Garden to Glass is as valuable a resource to bartenders and bar owners as it is to home bar enthusiasts.
Tickets are available for purchase through Eventbrite and include a signed copy of Garden to Glass; a featured welcome cocktail from the book; a surprise collaboration cocktail with Husk’s very own barkeep, Justin Simko; as well as expertly paired bites from Husk’s Executive Chef Travis Grimes (think Pimento Cheese Mousse with Crackers and Crispy Country Ham and Shrimp Salad Lettuce Wraps).
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