If it’s possible, I am the MOST excited about this next Portland Spirits Society event (new to the PSS? It’s ladies who love booze – tastings, education, social, fun).
I’ve long wanted to throw a tiki party at a Portland bar, and when I heard Jay Loring of Nosh and his business partners were launching a tiki bar, I knew they were the perfect people to talk to. Their new bar is called Rhum, and the chefs are Rebecca and Frank Anderson, who hosted the Hunter’s Bend supper club for a while.
So the tiki party is happening at Bramhall – the perfect underground, speakeasy-esque space to decorate with palm trees, torches, and flowers – on Tuesday, December 1st. The ladies of the Portland Spirits Society will get a private, VIP reception before the tiki party starts, with a tiki rum flight, snacks from the chefs, and a meet-and-greet with the owners and chefs.
Buy your tickets soon – they’re going fast! (I say that a lot, and it’s always true, but especially so in this case. The tickets are almost half gone and they went on sale last night. You ladies love tiki!)
Other booze events of interest coming up (godspeed to all of our livers!):
- Friday, November 20th – Liquid Riot‘s release of their agave spirit (aka tequila, but not legally allowed to call it that), 12pm-close, includes cocktails and Mexican food
- Saturday, December 5th – Holiday rum tasting at Maine Maritime Museum, with yours truly! Rum will be provided by local producers Wiggly Bridge, New England Distilling, and Bartlett Spirits of Maine, tickets are $20/25
- Sunday, December 6th – Repeal Day Ball from Rum Riots, fundraiser for the Portland chapter of the US Bartenders Guild, tickets are $10 and include $2 drink specials, a photo booth, and live music