Prepare your taste buds, new artisanal spirits and gourmet food pairings provide ‘Spring Training’ for enthusiasts
COOPERSTOWN, NY /January 20, 2015 _ The Inn at Cooperstown and the Cooperstown Distillery hit a home run with their baseball-themed artisanal drinks and gourmet food pairings. Just in time for Spring Training the duo have teamed up to offer avid foodies a unique experience with the Lodging and Libations package. This is a limited time doubleheader that runs two weekends: March 13-14 and April 17-18, 2015.
The line-up includes gourmet meals paired with the Cooperstown Distillery’s all-stars, like: Beanball Bourbon, Abner Doubleday's Double Play Vodka and Classic American Whiskey, and others.
Lucy Townsend, esteemed Cooperstown caterer and owner of L.M. Townsend Catering, has been called in from the bullpen to create a gourmet multi-course dinner to compliment the spirits.
The package also includes a VIP after-hours tour and tasting at the Cooperstown Distillery, round-trip transport to the distillery and two nights lodging at The Inn at Cooperstown, among other perks outlined below.
The Lodging and Libations Package includes:
· 2 Nights lodging at The Inn at Cooperstown
· A VIP, after-hours tour and tasting at the Cooperstown Distillery
· A “Get in the Spirits” gourmet, multi-course dinner at the Cooperstown Distillery
· 1 Bottle of Vodka, Gin, or Bourbon from the Cooperstown Distillery
· 1 Cooperstown Distillery logo glass per person
· Transportation to/from the Cooperstown Distillery on Saturday evening
· 5% Discount coupon for dinner at Nicoletta’s Italian Cafe
Package cost starts at $625 for double occupancy. This experience is available March 13-14 and April 17-18, 2015.
About The Inn at Cooperstown
The Inn at Cooperstown has the distinction of being on the National Register of Historic Places. It is also an award winning member of Select Registry and TripAdvisor. Located in the heart of idyllic Cooperstown, New York, the 18-room inn is less than two blocks from The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, one of the country’s premiere attractions. It is also within walking distance to boutique shops, antique stores, and restaurants; and a trolley ride to the local Farmers’ Museum, where exhibits, a recreated village and costumed staff depict life over 150 years ago. Nearby, Fenimore Art Museum displays a premier collection of American Indian art, American paintings and folk art. Beyond the village, you will find Glimmerglass Opera, the Glimmerglass State Park and many other treasures.