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Rock the Glass

By on November 14, 2016 in Events, News

rocktheglass-oakresize-clearRock the Glass Party for the OVLC

Tuesday, November 29
5:30 – 7:30 pm
Porch Gallery
310 E. Matilija Ave

A Rocks (or Old Fashioned) Glass featuring photographer Heather Stobo’s digitally rendered photograph of an Ojai Oak Tree shot at the Ojai Meadows Preserve. The glasses come paired with a recipe courtesy of Sam, the Ojai Valley Inn’s resident mixologist. The “50 Oak” is an elegant barrel-aged bourbon recipe that will surely become a happy hour staple.

A blending as strong and majestic as the mighty oak; this glass and cocktail combination harnesses the power and beauty of two of nature’s greatest creations: the oak tree and bourbon.

A portion of the proceeds from each Oak Glass sold will go to the OVLC.

Glass art by artist: Heather Stobo
Recipe by: Sam, Mixologist, Ojai Valley Inn

rock-the-glass-featuredIn 2013, Ojai gallery owners Lisa Casoni and Heather Stobo started soliciting chefs and local spirit-makers to create specialty cocktails based on the themes of their exhibitions. Meanwhile, in a different part of Ojai, graphic designer, Sam Hamann, and Tomatomaniac, Scott Daigre, were creating legendary themed holiday parties based around Sam’s decorative mugs. A short time later, Rock the Glass was conceived on ‘the porch’ of the Porch Gallery Ojai as a way to bring art, spirits and unique drinkware all together.


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  1. Bill Funk says:

    What if we are unable to attend the party, will we be able to purchase the glasses later, if there are any left?