SEATTLE MAG: Increase Your Food & Drink I.Q. at 3 Educational Events

SEATTLE MAG: Increase Your Food & Drink I.Q. at 3 Educational Events

Credit: Cody Bay

Wormwood Society founder Gwydion Stone serves up absinthe knowledge and glass pours.

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by CODY BAY / Seattle Mag

KING5.com

Posted on September 18, 2012 at 7:55 AM

The kids are back in school! Don't let them be the only ones out there soaking up new knowledge – here are a few educational opportunities you could, um, soak up as well. 

Drinking Lessons - Ongoing
The Sorrento Hotel has announced the 2013 lineup for its ever-popular Hunt Club Bar series, which is one of the most casual and affordable booze education events in town. January kicks off with my favorite winter cold cure, the Hot Toddy; I'm also intrigued by Rare Wines (March) and Spring Infusions (April). The current season is still in swing, mind you: the next installment on October 15th is, appropriately, about good ol' beer. $35; 900 Madison St.; hotelsorrento.com/social-calendar

Bastille's “Meet the Producer” Happy Hour – Monday, September 17
If you missed Gwydion Stone's presentation on absinthe last week at the Sorrento's aforementioned drinking lesson (or if you're still just thirsty for more of the Green Devil), you can catch him again tonight at Bastille in Ballard. Stone, owner and distiller of Seattle's Marteau Absinthe and founder of The Wormwood Society, is a bottomless well of historical information on his poison of choice as well as booze in general. Special absinthe cocktails and traditionally-poured absinthe (both $8) will be featured in the bar with happy hour bites from 4:30-7pm. This is the last of Bastille's “Meet the Producer” events this year, so if you've been meaning to drop in, now is the time. 5307 Ballard Ave. NW; bastilleseattle.com

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