2011 SF Cocktail Week

Here just a few photo highlights from this year’s bigger-than-ever SF Cocktail Week… read about the event here.

9/25 Cookout at St. George Spirits hangar in Alameda

9/19 Distillers Panel at Boothby Center: Lance Winters of St. George (L), Arne Hillesland of 209 Gin (Middle); Marko Karakasevic (R)

9/25 – St. George’s Bathtub Gin BBQ… a literal bathtub & their 3 newly released gins

9/19 Cocktail Week Opening Party at Anchor Distilling – Russell Davis of Rickhouse













One of the best cocktails of the week at 9/19 Anchor Distilling Opening Party: Ronaldo Colli represented South America with Mayan Decadence (Chinaco Anjeo, D’Aristi Xtabentun, Fee’s Aztec Chocolate and Bitter Truth Xocolat Mole Bitters)

Ingredients for Russell Davis’ cocktails at Anchor Distilling Opening Party

Stuart McCluskey of The Bon Vivant, Edinburgh, made Tea Party Cocktail: No. 3 Gin, King’s Ginger, orange marmalade bergamot tea foam

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9/20 Spirited Dinner at Bar Agricole featuring cocktails w/ St. George’s three new gins

9/21 Shaker & Flask event (science meets cocktails) at the whimsical, Alice in Wonderland space of Big Daddy Antiques in Potrero Hill (photo source: Marc Fiorito of Gamma Nine Photography)

Liquid Nitrogen Tommy’s Margaritas w/ hot & cold properties at Shaker & Flask

Ice sculpture through which punches are poured over Fernet pearls













Shaker & Flask Cognac garden

9/23 Barbary Coast Bazaar in the basement of the stunning Old Mint (Photo source: Marc Fiorito of Gamma Nine Photography)

9/23 Irish Whiskey Seminar at Boothby Center w/ Philip Duff