SAGE is one of 4 small-batch liquors that Philadelphia-based Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction produces, including ROOT, SNAP, and RHUBARB liqueurs as well. SAGE is a tough one to categorize, as it’s basically a juniper-less, sage-heavy gin, a base for a more herbal martini maybe.
In the past, my work as a writer, teacher, and food preserver has taken me to libraries, barns, farmers markets, and private homes. Tonight, for the first time, it’s taking me (or at least, my books and jars) to an art gallery. A collection of my jams, pickles, and preserves, along with copies of my book, will be part of the new show at the Art in the Age shop/gallery in Old City, Philadelphia.
Tonight at Cliff’s Edge will be a very special cocktail event where spirit makers Art In The Age are teaming up with drink maker Matt Biancaniello to make drinks from foraged ingredients.
Martha Stewart's Lavender Lemonade with Rhubarb Tea, a spirit from Art in the Age.
A year-round must: Blending art and commerce, Williamsburg-style, is Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, a shop/gallery stocking local artisanal goods like graphic T-shirts, Norman Porter Co. denim jeans, Forage Haberdashery’s men’s ties, Side Project Beef Jerky and AAMR’s own line of spirits like the Pennsylvania Dutch ginger-snap-flavored SNAP.
Ever thought of what a food blogger's space would look like if it were crossed with a history buff’s pad?! Well, look no further! In the midst of the hustle and bustle of downtown Denver live food blogger Ashlae and her boyfriend Thom. Who would have thought that putting these two distinctly different personalities in an open concept loft would create such interior design perfection?