Comparing D.C.'s Locally Made Gins
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The local laws governing distilleries have come a long way since 2012.
There's also an apple brandy in the works.
EatsPlace is mumbo sauce.
On Nov. 2, New Columbia Distillers will release its most unusual seasonal spirit yet: a gin-aquavit hybrid aged in apple brandy barrels. The Ginavit, as it's being called, combines the flavors of the traditional wintertime Scandinavian aperitif—dill, caraway, star anise—with some of Green Hat Gin's botanicals, including juniper, orange peel, and lemon peel.
D.C.'s New Columbia Distillers will release its very first limited edition seasonal gin on Saturday. The spring/summer Green Hat Gin is more citrusy and floral than the D.C. distiller's signature gin thanks to cherry blossoms, three types of citrus peel, rosemary, and a bit of pepper. It's also got a slightly higher alcohol content (90 […]
WildCraft Soda is throwing a launch party tonight at Meridian Pint from 5 to 10 p.m. The draft-only, small-batch sodas made with foraged botanicals and lightly sweetened with honey are created by longtime home brewer Nathan Zeender, who will serve as head brewer of the forthcoming Right Proper brewpub in Shaw. Meridian Pint is the […]
D.C.'s New Columbia Distillers, which produces Green Hat Gin, and Brooklyn-based Greenhook Ginsmiths are dropping their lawsuits against each other, bringing their trademark battle to a close, Legal Times reporter Zoe Tillman reports. New Columbia Distillers co-founder John Uselton confirmed the news to Y&H and says both distilleries will retain their names and labeling. No […]
A trademark dispute is brewing between New Columbia Distillers' Green Hat Gin and Brooklyn-based distillery Greenhook Ginsmiths. Yesterday, New Columbia Distillers filed a lawsuit against the LLC behind Greenhook Ginsmiths to protect its trademark, following a lawsuit that Greenhook's owner filed against the D.C. distillery in November. (Hat-tip to Legal Times reporter Zoe Tillman for tweeting a […]