Join us in the Wagner Room on Friday, June 8th as special guest Mark Weddle, Operations Manager for Sutler’s Spirit Co., presents three original cocktails and explains the flavors and processes that go into the making of Sutler’s gin.
If you haven’t met Mark yet, he is also the Owner/Founder of Cocktail Culture, a mixology training and consulting company based in Greensboro, North Carolina. Mark has been creating innovative and unique cocktails for well over 20 years and is considered to be one of the best mixologists in the Southeastern U.S.
Sutler’s Spirit Co., Winston-Salem’s first legal distillery in more than two centuries, won the Gold at the 2017 San Francisco World Spirits Competition for Sutler’s Gin under the steady hands and hard work of distiller Tim Nolan and founder Scot Sanborn. Sanborn shared with Eric Ginsburg of Triad City Beat, that he “started volunteering to do things like sweeping at other distilleries in exchange for informal lessons on the trade.”
Excited to create a menu to complement this award-winning North Carolina spirit, Chef Michael has prepared a four-course farm-to-table meal that incorporates and compliments Sutler’s Gin.
Friday, June 8th
65.00 per person (excluding tax and gratuity)
Call 336-370-1266 to make your reservation for this is limited seating event.
Ginger Shrimp Spring Roll, Crab and Cucumber Naan, Sweet Chile-Salmon Wonton, Orange Tamarind Dipping Sauce, Coriander-Lemongrass Yogurt
Citrus Rubbed Goat Cheese, Pickled Beets, Loukinaka Salami, Rosemary Crostini
Aromatic Rubbed Harmony Ridge Farms Pork, Guilford Mill Grits, Wilted Field Greens, Asparagus, Pickled Vegetables, Sutler’s Gin White Barbeque Sauce
Sutler’ Gin and Lime Pastry Cream, Lavender Whipped Cream, Strawberries, Lemon Cookie
“Spirits are the revolutionary’s drink, a rebellion in a bottle. Made for the people, by the people, spirits are a manifesto in liquid form.
That’s why we’ve staked our claim to the Sutler name.
Sutlers were the original purveyors of spirits, boosting morale against all odds. These behind-the-scenes supporters bootstrapped our troops, in the good TIMES and the bad.
Theirs is a legacy we’re proud to revive.”