Paper Crafts + Boozy Drafts: December 7 at Boulevard Brewing Company

holiday craft event kansas cityCrafts + Cocktails is back for the holidays! And this time, I’m hosting it at Boulevard Brewing Company‘s new Tours & Rec Center — where we’ll be making festive as fuck holiday cards and sipping on a spicy beer cocktail I’ll make with Boulevard’s brand-spankin’-new City Market Cider.

The ticket price — a mere $25 — includes all the festive, sparkly card supplies your happy little elf hands hands can handle; a spicy beer cocktail featuring City Market Cider (developed by yours truly, of course), and an additional beer. Perhaps the best part? Well, not the best part, but a damn fine bonus: If you’re as bad at mailing shit as I am, you’ll be glad to know that Boulevard will fucking MAIL YOUR CARDS FOR YOU. Isn’t that amazing? It’s a Christmas miracle. (Seriously, I still haven’t mailed the thank-you cards I wrote for the gifts we got right after my son was born. ALMOST TWO YEARS AGO. So this is huge for me.) Just be sure to bring your old-school address book, or you know, text people while you’re there. I’ve got your glue sticks and glitter (okay, not glitter because as a friend once told me, “glitter is the herpes of the craft world,” so I try not to take it into other people’s places of business, so maybe glitter pens instead), and sequins and rickrack all that shit covered.

If you’re in Kansas City, I really hope you’ll join me for this super fun craft and cocktail event!

December 7 Paper Crafts + Boozy Drafts Tickets

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2 Responses

  1. Kerry

    Super sad to have missed this one, but would you mind sharing your recipe?

    • Emily

      Sure! I reduced apple cider with cloves, cinnamon, and star anise. For the cocktail, I did small side of a jigger with the reduced cider syrup, large side with whiskey, a few dashes of orange bitters, then about a cup of Boulevard’s new City Market Cider (along with a handful of ice).