MUSKEGON, MI — Muskegon’s Wonderland Distilling Co. is teaming up with Rebel Street, Michigan’s greatest bike rally, to advantage the Little one Abuse Council of Muskegon County.
The craft distillery’s Rebel Road Reserve, a minimal-edition packaging of its Mix of Straight Whiskeys, is the “official whiskey” of Rebel Street this year.
The mix will be readily available in West Michigan retail merchants and dining establishments this 7 days in honor of the Rebel Street motorcycle rally, which normally takes area July 13-17.
“Rebel Street is just one of our beloved weeks of the yr, and to have our whiskey chosen as the official whiskey of the function this calendar year is a big honor that offers us a significantly more substantial purpose in the festivities than ever in advance of,” reported Allen Serrio, chief marketing and advertising officer and co-founder of Wonderland Distilling.
The new spirit from Wonderland is a blend of straight whiskeys crafted from local rye, wheat and corn whiskeys from partnering distilleries, in accordance to the press release. The mix starts with sweet darkish caramel and brown sugar flavorings and ends with a caramel finish, with a trace of fresh new mint.
Muskegon’s Rebel Street was launched 5 several years in the past to celebrate Muskegon’s rich motorcycle background local community and assistance downtown Muskegon and the Child Abuse Council of Muskegon County, according to a July 7 push launch. Consisting of breweries, dining places, bars, a performance arts centre and far more, all proceeds from the five-working day celebration will go in the direction of the Little one Abuse Council of Muskegon County.
Wonderland’s cocktail bar, located at 1989 Lakeshore Drive in Muskegon’s Lakeside community, serves handcrafted cocktails and locally-sourced meals to the Muskegon neighborhood.
For much more facts, head to Wonderland’s internet site.
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