State Of The Art 2016: Salting The Bitters

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In New Orleans for Tales of the Cocktail and looking for the best drinks the city has to offer? Are you a cocktail enthusiast seeking the latest in liquid innovation? Plan now to attend "State of the Art," The Museum of the American Cocktail's biggest annual celebration and fundraising event. Making the evening all the more special this year is a presentation by amaro expert and salt superstar Mark Bitterman, custom cocktails by Adam Seger, and the New Orleans premiere of "BarTales New York," a new single-city documentary series featuring Dale DeGroff and Gaz Regan.

Storied for its love of tradition and reverence for classic drinks, the Crescent City is home to an amazing group of creative bartenders who showcase their skills at establishments around town. Featuring 12 bartenders from across the region, "State of the Art" offers the connoisseur both classic cocktails and innovative drinks from local masters mixing and twisting the cocktail canon. Admission includes drinks and hors d'oeuvres.

"State of the Art 2016: Salting the Bitters," begins at 6:00pm with a seminar on amaro and the use of salt in cocktails by Mark Bitterman, along with drinks specially prepared by iPic Entertainment drinkmaster Adam Seger. At 6:30, guests will enjoy the New Orleans premiere of producer Randy Foreman's "BarTales New York," which saw its Los Angeles d├ębut last month. (Additional screenings will take place across the evening.) At 7:00, the competition begins as 12 of the city's best bartenders vie for most creative cocktail employing both amaro and salt as featured ingredients.

Advance tickets are $35 for MOTAC-SoFAB members and $40 for the general public. Admission at the door is $45 for members and $50 for the general public.

For tickets and more information, please visit natfab.org/events/state-of-the-art-2016.

All "State of the Art 2016" proceeds benefit The Museum of the American Cocktail, a division of the National Food & Beverage Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit cultural enterprise.
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By: The Museum of the American Cocktail

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