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Cooperstown Distillery

Cooperstown Distillery Launching Spitball, Flavored Whiskey, In NYC

Cooperstown Distillery Launching

Spitball, Flavored Whiskey, In NYC

Wyatt Crowley, left, and Anthony Pollard bottle Spitball, the Cooperstown Distillery's new flavored whiskey, which is being launched In celebration of opening day of baseball, we wanted to invite you to an evening celebrating spirits and baseball as Cooperstown Distillery launches their new cinnamon Spitball Whiskey at the Bergino Baseball Clubhouse in Greenwich Village on Thursday, April 7 from 5:30 – 8 pm. Invite below. Guests will enjoy specialty cocktails made using Cooperstown Distillery craft spirits and fan-favorite baseball snacks in an art gallery and boutique dedicated to America’s favorite pastime. The game will also be streaming! Cooperstown Distillery owner, Gene Marra will also be in the house to chat about their full portfolio of spirits. Please let us know if you are able to come as we’d love to have you. RSVP to me by replying to this email or: danielle@evokeny.com. Have a wonderful day! Danielle
At this hour, Wyatt Crowley, left, and Anthony Pollard are bottling Spitball, the Cooperstown Distillery’s new flavored whiskey, which is being launched Thursday in New York City in a reception at Bergino Baseball Clubhouse in Greenwich Village.  Distillery owner Gene Marra anticipates the whiskey – flavored with three types of cinnamon – “could be a home run, if not a grand slam.”  It seeks to compete in a niche launched by Jim Beam and Jack Daniels in the last 3-4 years.  (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Senator Schumer Calls for Shorter Waits for Distilleries

Schumer Backs More Inspectors,

Shorter Waits For NY Distilleries

Standing in the production room at the Cooperstown Distillery, U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-NY, left, this afternoon called for additional funding for the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol & Tobacco Tax & Trade Bureau to hire more inspectors to review and approve permits for  distilleries.  Despite the growth in the craft brew and distillery industry, the inspector corps has been reduced, and some businesses are waiting as long as 200 days for permits, he said.   Welcoming the senator, a contender for Senator Democratic with Harry Reid’s pending retirement, is Cooperstown Distillery Proprietor Gene Marra, center, and Steve Harris, an investor in the Railroad Avenue operation.  (Jim Kevlin/allotsego.com)
Standing in the production room at the Cooperstown Distillery, U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-NY, left, this afternoon called for additional funding for the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol & Tobacco Tax & Trade Bureau to hire more inspectors to review and approve permits for distilleries. Despite the growth in the craft brew and distillery industry, the inspector corps has been reduced, and some businesses are waiting as long as 200 days for permits, he said. Welcoming the senator, a contender for Senator Democratic with Harry Reid’s pending retirement, is Cooperstown Distillery Proprietor Gene Marra, center, and Steve Harris, an investor in the Railroad Avenue operation. (Jim Kevlin/allotsego.com)
Cooperstown Distillery Celebrates 1st Anniversary

Cooperstown Distillery Marks 1st Anniversary

Montell Marra, right, co-proprietor of the Cooperstown Distillery, mixes egg nog this afternoon as the company's first anniversary celebration gets underway.  She is assisted by Meghan Greenleaf, Oneonta.  The distillery is open until 6 this evening, and the celebration, with free food and samples, continues from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday.  (Jim Kevlin/allotsego.com)
Montell Marra, right, co-proprietor of the Cooperstown Distillery with her husband, Gene, mixes egg nog this afternoon as the company’s first anniversary celebration gets underway. She is assisted by Meghan Greenleaf, Oneonta. The distillery is open until 6 this evening, and the celebration, with free food and samples, continues from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday. (Jim Kevlin/allotsego.com)
Sign Of Success At Cooperstown Distillery

Sign Of Success At Cooperstown Distillery

At this hour, proprietor Gene Marra and his crew at Cooperstown Distillery are unloading 10,000 bottles at the Railroad Avenue plant.  Marra, whose distillery is celebrating its first anniversary this weekend, said the truckload may last for nine months.  Here, Rory Gallagher, atop ladder, tosses a box down to his boss.  (Jim Kevlin/allotsego.com)
At this hour, proprietor Gene Marra and his crew at Cooperstown Distillery are unloading 10,000 bottles at the Railroad Avenue plant. Marra, whose distillery is celebrating its first anniversary this weekend, said the truckload may last for nine months. Here, Rory Gallagher, atop ladder, tosses a box down to his boss. (Jim Kevlin/allotsego.com)
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