Six Drinks That'll Knock You on Your Ass
Treating yourself to an alcoholic beverage or two after a long day is all fine and dandy, but what about those particularly shitty (or joyous) times when a buzz simply isn’t enough? While we here at PW encourage you to drink responsibly, we also believe in drinking effectively. Rather than shelling out cash for cocktail after cocktail, beer after beer, here’s a list of six potent libations guaranteed to get you plastered faster, put hair on your chest, make the room spin and kick your liver in the balls.
Proceed with caution.
Tonight: Root Rum and Reggae
Check out Art in the Age’s Rhuby as well as their other liquors at Silk City tonight during a special 6 to 8 p.m. happy hour. $4 Cocktails by Art In the Age, Don Q and Sailor Jerry, then later in the night, reggae.
435 Spring Garden St, Philadelphia, PA
Silk City Presents “Root, Rum, Reggae” Tomorrow, September 7: $4 Art In The Age Cocktails In The Courtyard From 6-8 P.M.
Head to Silk City tomorrow evening, September 7, for “Root * Rum * Reggae,” a celebration of Art in the Age’s newest liqueur, RHUBY.
Rhuby: Another Gem from Art in the Age
From the creators of Root and Snap comes a crisp new spirit.
The craft-culture curators at Philadelphia-based Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction have just introduced Rhuby, their third entry into the spirit market. Like root-beer inspired Root and ginger-tinged Snap, Rhuby is based on a centuries-old Pennsylvania recipe, updated for today’s tastes and executed with entirely organic ingredients.
Narragansett Beer display at The Lyceum Sept. 2
Tropical Storem Irene passed through on Sunday causing severe flooding in many parts of New Hampshire. Damage to the immediate Tamworth area was limited to some localized outages caused by falling tree limbs and temporary road closures. Nearby towns including Conway and Bartlett, sustained more severe damage and inconvenience to residents.
MarketBasket: Historic hooch
Philly-based Art in the Age continues to stir up its portfolio of organic spirits - it already has ROOT and SNAP - with this latest elixir, RHUBY.
Inspired by the rhubarb that Ben Franklin brought here from Europe, this liquor is subtly spicy, sweet, and floral, and pairs well with fruits, or white wine for sangria.