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Mocktober Events

Mocktober Events

 

Mocktail Themed Events All Happening During Mocktober 2019.

 
 
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October 14: Ostra Louisville - ( 1758 Frankfort Ave, Louisville, KY 40206 )

Ostras’ Gone Sans.

For one-night, Ostra Louisville and The Mocktail Project plan to raise the bar on what a traditional mocktail may look & taste like. We are rethinking how our community can socialize inside our cities most hip social environments. No Alcohol, No Problem.  We are creating an entirely alcohol-free beverage menu complemented with good eats, fun beats, and live table-side magic!

Entertainment: You can enjoy Saxophone extraordinaire Trevin Little & the one and only Richard Darshwood, the "Whiskey Wizard of Magic."

Time: 6:00-9:00 PM  Entertainment 6:30-9:00 (This is an open table event so please join us for a few mocktail and a bite to eat)

This event is a celebration of the growing demand for spirit free cocktails & mocktails. Ostra is graciously donating back 15% of all sales to help support our mission.


October 16: Lola at Butchertown Grocery

Live Music. Mocktails. Bobby Benjamins Famous Beignets

For one night only Lola at Butchertown Grocery will be completely non-alcoholic, raising the bar on how you may ever view mocktail or non-alcoholic cocktail. Please join us for Live Music by Zach Longoria, Table Side Magic and good eats. Each guest will receive a complimentary beignets compliments of B.G team.

Limited to 60 guests, this curated event is just $15.00 - All ticket sales help to support TMP’s mission of creating a more inclusive and stigma-free drinking culture.

Time: 6:30-10:00
Music: 7:00 - 9:00

Nic Christiansen, former beverage director of Butchertown Grocery and Lola was the 2019 Winner of The Mocktail Projects’ Annual Mocktail Competition at “A Drink For You.”

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OCT 17: Louisville Water Tower ~ Zorn Avenue and River Road

Shred on the Water

In collaboration with Louisville Water Company & Shred415,  we are proud to host our first health & wellness “Shred On The Water” at the historic Louisville Water Tower on Zorn Avenue and River Road (3005 River Road). 

This event was created to bring together like minded individuals and share the importance of clean water, activities, and healthy alternative beverage options. Our goal is to combine health, wellness, and ignite the conversation around alternative drink options post workouts. 

Shred415 was born from a desire to create an effective fitness solution for the increasingly busy lifestyle, Shred415 combines the infectious energy of group training with the flexibility and focus of a personalized program—in an incredibly supportive environment.

A special thanks to Alex R. White & SueDrunkDriver.com for providing our alternative options for this event!

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OCT 16: Evan Williams Bourbon Experience

Evan Williams Bourbon Experience

Join The Mocktail Project and our friends at Evan Williams for a one-of-a-kind Mocktail Mixology Class at the E.W.B.E - $20/person, each guest receives a souvenir rocks glass. 100% of the proceeds from the class on OCT 16 will benefit the growth of TMP.

This event will available each Wednesday afternoon starting at 4:00PM starting on OCT 2nd throughout the month of October. 50% of the proceeds from each class will benefit The Mocktail Project

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October 18: 610 Magnolia

A culinary experience Paired with Mocktails.

Chef/Owner Edward Lee has been with 610 Magnolia since 2004. Since then, he has been a multiple finalist for the James Beard Foundation Best Chef Southeast. He has written a cookbook, Smoke & Pickles, that celebrates his cooking of honoring Southern cuisine with Asian flavors. Chef Lee was the culinary host of Season 3 of Mind of a Chef and is currently a guest judge on MasterChef.

Located in historic Old Louisville, 610 Magnolia is contemporary yet rustic, elegant with original wooden beams, mullioned windows and French doors that open seasonally to an outdoor garden patio. The restaurant has been featured in Bon Appetit, Food & Wine, The New York Times Magazine, Saveur, Southern Living, Esquire, Wine Enthusiast and many other national publications.

Cost: $60 per person includes 4-course meal with pairings.
Tax and 18% Gratuity is Additional
Email 610@610Magnolia.com for tickets

October 19: Norton Commons

Courier-Journal Wine & Food - Mocktails and Meet & Greet.

The Courier-Journal Wine & Food Experience presented by Kroger presents rich and colorful moments for guests to taste, savor and explore the Louisville culinary scene, from local trends to regional traditions. Enjoy the Grand Tasting: a gourmet showcase by local chefs, emerging talent and nationally renowned culinary leaders who mix with patrons in a convivial setting.

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October 20: Copper & Kings Courtyard

Yoga & Silent Disco at Copper & Kings

If you love to dance & move this is a can’t miss event! Suggested donation is just $5 at the door. Joycie Crandall, founder of Yoga in Weird Places will lead a 1 hour flow session with live music performed by Nicholas Penn. At the conclusion of Yoga you will be able to enjoy Louisville Silent Disco, Low ABV cocktails & mocktails.

Where: Copper & Kings Courtyard
Time: 10AM - 1:00 PM

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We look forward to seeing you once again at the 2019 Bourbon Chase!

The Bourbon Chase, powered by Ragnar, celebrates the best of Kentucky, a 200-ish mile running relay across the Bluegrass State that winds its way through the historic Kentucky Bourbon Trail.

Join us & our friends at ale-8-one on oct 18th on the great lawn at Makers Mark.