Drink & Ink

Event Date: 
Saturday, February 11, 2017 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm
RSVP Required
Arts & Crafts
Cost:
$50.00
Included Items: 
make-your-own whoopie pie, screen printing for a SET of 2 custom posters and coasters.

Washington, D.C based distillery, Jos. A. Magnus & Co. has partnered with Soul & Inkto bring you a special Valentine's Day. Escape with your darling for an afternoon treat at Drink & Ink, Saturday, February 11th 2-4pm. We're pairing hand crafted cocktails & sweets with the vintage art of screen-printing. Sip on refreshing libations, while creating art that you can gift each other.  This workshop series invites you to discover a new experience at a unique venue. Get your creative juices flowing in the spacious stylings of the Magnus Room.  

Indulge in a specialty cocktail made with a Joseph Magnus spirit of gin, whiskey or bourbon. Make your own whoopie pie with Little Miss Whoopie and experience the artistic process first hand and learn basic screen-printing techniques to create your own unique composition.  Guests will have the option to print up to posters, coasters and Valentine’s cards. Price for Drink & Ink is $50. Register at:  http://bitly.com/soulandink

About Jos. A. Magnus & Co.

In 1892, Joseph Alexander Magnus set out to create the world’s greatest whiskeys, gins, and other spirits through the founding of Jos. A. Magnus & Co., and in doing so, became one of the most successful pre-prohibition spirits producers in the nation. A man of valor and honor, Joseph learned the value of doing things right and doing them with passion. Ever in control of his own destiny, he silenced his stills on his own terms when Prohibition came knocking, but when a bottle of 122 year old bourbon was discovered by Joseph's great grandson, he knew it was time to bring back "remarkable spirits for remarkable people." Proudly re-established in 2015 in Washington, D.C., we at Jos. A. Magnus & Co. are honored to have garnered the nation's top awards for our spirits using the very same techniques Joseph Magnus did over 100 years ago.