Town Hall Hosts Maker’s Mark

Washington, D.C. (February 24, 2011)- Yesterday, Town Hall hosted whiskey professional Maker’s Mark Ambassador John E. Vickers-Smith, II. They had official glassware on hand, as well as special blue and white wax for dipping. Attendees were encouraged to bring other items to dip in wax.

Whiskey Dipping. John E. Vickers-Smith, II with Maker's fans.

From 7-8:30, hosts shared insider information about Maker’s Mark and dipped shot glasses, martini glasses and miniature basketballs, as they were also featuring the Kentucky/Arkansas NCAA basketball game. The score was Arkansas-77 Kentucky-76 in overtime.

Special Maker’s Mark drinks were the stars of the game, and their grilled cheese ( cheddar, fontina, white, wheat, & tomato soup) made a slam dunk appearance.

Town Hall is owned and operated by 5 friends with a wide range of experience in the DC bar and restaurant industry. In 2005 they pooled their collective talent and resources to open their idea of what a true neighborhood tavern should be – great food, personable service, a vibrant bar scene, and zero pretense.

Town Hall is a comfortable neighborhood bar where you want to can grab a drink with friends, come in for an early or late brunch, celebrate a special occasion, or simply have a great meal any day of the week.

Town Hall manager Jeremy Carman (left) at the bar.

You’ll always find an owner either at a table or behind the bar. They value their relationships with their patrons, and when you stop in you feel like you are at home.

Maker’s Mark is one of the few brands to credit Mother Nature for such a unique bourbon taste. That’s because they use pure, iron-free limestone spring water exclusively. Their source is a 10-acre limestone spring-fed lake at the distillery, and it makes a fine whiskey.

They encouraged RSVP’s and the event was full and many patrons walked out waxed.

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