Interactive Mixology Events

Let's customize a Steel City Mixology event for you and make some cocktail memories!

Our mixology parties are perfect for all occasions,
and you certainly don't need a reason but here's a few...
promotion~birthday~graduation
girls night out~just because

Watch this video to get a better idea of a party in action.  
Imagine, your location is the backdrop, we bring the party!
You'll recieve a cocktail questionnaire to determine your flavor profile.
 The Cocktail Chef, Steven Kowalczuk, will send you featured cocktail suggestions based on your flavor profile.
Once you approve of the featured cocktails, a shopping list will be provided for the party spirits.
Parties last 2+ hours and we recommend providing food or snacks for your guests.
Once we're done with the event, clean up takes just a few moments.
Keep the party going afterwards with leftover ingredients or head out for a meal - its up to you!
Contact us today to schedule your next memorable event.
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Did you know?

Psychologists have long emphasized the importance of child’s play in brain development. But now, research suggests that grown-ups need their playtime, too.
What does that mean, exactly? Scholars don’t agree on a definition of play. But in general, it involves any activity freely chosen for the joy of it, rather than for an extrinsic reward like money. When we think of play, social activities like basketball or Scrabble might first to come to mind, but play can be solitary, too. Even gardening and knitting can count. Some consider daydreaming play, too, a sort of “default state for the idling mind,” says Scott Eberle, editor of The American Journal of Play.
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Where History meets Mixology
The Whiskey Rebellion was a 1794 uprising of farmers and distillers in western Pennsylvania in protest of a whiskey tax enacted by the federal government. The region finally exploded in a confrontation that had President Washington respond by sending troops to quell what some feared could become a full-blown revolution. 
The whiskey tax that inspired the rebellion remained in effect until 1802. Under the leadership of President Thomas Jefferson and the Republican Party(which, like many citizens, opposed Hamilton’s Federalist tax policies), the tax was repealed after continuing to be almost impossible to collect.
The Whiskey Rebellion Experience​​
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