Be among the first to taste their new BSB Smoked Salmon, spirits flights as well as special pricing on bottle purchases. Paired Smoked Salmon and HDC Spirits Sampler Flights will cost $15 per person. This is a 21+ event.
Heritage Distilling Co. (HDC) is a craft distillery based in Gig Harbor, Washington. HDC is the most awarded craft distillery in North America by the American Distilling Institute 5 years in a row (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018). Each of the Heritage Distilling Co. product lines and services were developed with a particular story in mind, because “Every Spirit has a Story”®. Their Brown Sugar Bourbon is one of the most sought-after spirits in the United States, winning countless awards including:
- World’s Best Flavoured Whisky – World Whiskies Awards 2018
- SIP Awards – Double Gold Medal 2018
- Silver Medal – Global Spirit Awards 2017
- Best of Category – Flavored Whiskey from the American Distilling Institute 2016
- Gold Medal – Flavored Whiskey from the American Distilling Institute 2016
- Gold Medal – Seattle International Spirits Awards 2016
Heritage soaks oak chips in BSB-Brown Sugar Bourbon, which SeaBear then uses to smoke the wild salmon using a wet brine and hot smoked method. It features a moist, flaky, delicious smoked salmon with beautiful color and a subtle touch of sweetness.
The BSB-Brown Sugar Bourbon smoked salmon is one of four iterations SeaBear Smokehouse is releasing for cold case smoked salmon retail, including the BSB, Beergarden, Garlic Lovers and Traditional styles. Beginning on March 23, products will be available through wholesale nationwide, as well as directly from SeaBear’s website, Smokehouse Store, and the company’s Made In Washington store at Pike Place Market. Heritage Distilling Company’s six distillery tasting room locations throughout Washington and Oregon will carry the BSB varietal and utilize the smoked salmon at key events including their My Batch sessions.
The SeaBear Smokehouse has been operating continuously in Anacortes since being founded under the name “Specialty Seafoods” in 1957 by Pacific Northwest fisherman Tom Savidge and his wife Marie. Tom Savidge invented the process for preserving salmon naturally – now known as the Gold Seal Pouch. This allows the salmon to be stored with no refrigeration and helped put Pacific Northwest smoked salmon on the map. It is still a mainstay of the SeaBear line. Today, SeaBear sells a full line of shelf stable and refrigerated products direct to consumers in all 50 states through its website SeaBear.com, and in high-end grocery and food service.
Saturday, March 23, 2019 at 3 p.m.
HDC Capitol Hill
1201 10th Ave
Seattle WA 98122
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