Sunday, January 25, 2009

Bars featuring Voyager Gin

I would like to update you fine folks who are following this blog and have been a source of support for us. Voyager Single-Batch Distilled Gin has been approved for listing with the Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB) and should be showing up soon at a local WSLCB store within the next month or so. I would like to shout out to some of the local bars in the Seattle area that have stepped up to the plate and special-ordered Voyager for their establishments:

Andrew at Liberty Bar in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. Liberty has the distinction of being the first establishment on the planet to feature Voyager Gin.
Murray and Kacy from Zig Zag in Seattle's Pike Place district. Murray told me that they went through 4 bottles of Voyager last Friday night!

Jim from Vessel in Seattle's Downtown district.
I would like to give a great "Thank you" to Robert Hess, who many of you know as DrinkBoy from Robert has created a new classic cocktail we call the "Clipper Ship" featuring Voyager Gin. Here's a direct link to the cocktail:
There are a few things that we will be sharing with all of you in the near future regarding the rollout of Voyager Gin and Pacifique Absinthe. Stay tuned!


Anonymous said...


We just tried your gin... excellent taste; the juniper flavor is really balanced. I mixed it with Fresca. My neighbor tried it when she came over here too, and she really wants more. Her real drink of choice is vodka. The true test will be our resident Gin expert - the Deputy General Manager of our company - all he drinks is gin.

Orion said...

We've added it down here at the Pike Brewing Company, as well... so if you need tasty beer, and a damn fine gin, swing on by.

Thanks for the excellent libation, and your help getting it in stock -- we're loving it!

Paul said...

I love Liberty and I'm happy to see that they are so supportive of your distillery. I have been enjoying both your gin and absinthe at Liberty. I posted a fun story about my mom and your absinthe at the following blog.