ReBru Holds Roaring 20s-Themed Release Party For Their Latest Creation: California Whiskey
ReBru Spirits, a Barrio Logan distillery that uses unsold craft beer from local breweries and repurposes it into award-winning liquor, has released its latest creation: California Whiskey.
Now it’s time to celebrate!
California Whiskey Roaring 20’s Themed Release Party
ReBru Spirits is holding a Roaring 1920s-themed release party for California Whiskey on Friday, December 9 at its restaurant, bar, and speakeasy.
The event is free to attend, though there is a VIP experience that starts at 6PM and includes a hosted bar and light bites. VIP tickets are $10 and can be purchased here.
The party includes drink specials, innovative cocktails, and live entertainment.
California Whiskey by ReBru
The 46.5% alcohol by volume (93 proof) beverage is a blend of three-year-aged Bourbon and in-house aged whiskey distilled from unsold local craft beer. It has a nutty and burnt caramel aroma with a smooth taste of bananas and crème brûlée, finishing sweet like corn and vanilla.
“I couldn’t be prouder of our distilling team for creating what may be our best spirit to date,” said ReBru founder Dennis O’Connor. “I am so happy to partner with local breweries to make this sustainable spirit for everyone to enjoy. We believe our whiskey will whisk you off your feet – in a metaphoric way, of course.”
ReBru’s restaurant, bar, and speakeasy – all at 1735 National Avenue – are serving California Whiskey in its Sazerac cocktail, as well as in other hand-crafted drinks. The whiskey is available for take-home in 750ml bottles for $63 as well.
Tours of ReBru have been introduced as well and can be reserved here. Tickets are $20 and include a tutorial of the distilling process in the actual distillery, tastings of three spirits, and time in the barrel room, speakeasy, and event space that has a west-facing view of downtown San Diego.
For more info on ReBru’s new California Whiskey and for distillery updates, visit the website here and follow them on Instagram and Facebook.
See you there, San Diego!