- $75 for one admission to a bloody mary-making workshop with Kelly McVicker and Gillian Fitzgerald
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
The event will be held at Virgil's Sea Room, a local bar.
Each event is capped at 20 purchasers; each event requires a minimum of 10 purchasers in order to take place.
What You'll Do
A scientist once declared the bloody mary to be the world's most complex cocktail, but the secrets to this classic breakfast drink are within reach. Gillian Fitzgerald, co-owner of Virgil's Sea Room, and Kelly McVicker, owner of McVicker Pickles, teach you and your group how to make a killer bloody mary from scratch during this hands-on workshop. The two also talk about their areas of expertise: Gillian on the bar business, and Kelly on the pickling process. As an added bonus, participants can reap the benefits of pickle brine, which is commonly regarded as a cure for hangovers.
Enter Virgil's Sea Room before the bar opens to the general public, and meet with workshop instructors Gillian Fitzgerald and Kelly McVicker
Concoct Your Own Bloody Marys
Make up to three variations of the bloody mary, and learn how to put twists on the drink using different alcohols, ingredients, and pickled veggies as garnishes
Snacks and Drinks
Between sips, you can nibble on provided snacks including pastries, fruit, and yogurt
Take the Lesson Home
Leave the workshop with a jar of seasonal pickled veggies, a jar of bloody mary mix, and recipes to make more drinks at home
Founder, McVicker Pickles
Kelly McVicker discovered the fine (and yummy) art of pickling the old-fashioned way: through her grandmothers. When she moved to San Francisco, she perfected her traditional recipes, and her innovative pickle and mustard blends went on to win first place in three categories at the 2012 Eat Real Festival. Today, Kelly shares her passion for canning, preserving, and pickling through teaching workshops (including a TEDx talk), running the website The Can Can Girls along with her childhood best friend Heidi Brown, and leading operations at her company, McVicker Pickles.
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