The London Sessions takes on Liverpool

19 September 2017

Yes, you heard it. Moving out of its namesake city, The London Sessions is taking to the streets of Liverpool.

With eight months passed since the last session, the 26 October will see three sessions in one day, alongside a BBQ and cocktails sponsored by Jack Daniel's.

But who's leading the talks, you ask? Never failing to disappoint, Liverpool's lineup includes American Bar at the Savoy's Erik Lorincz, London Cocktail Club founder JJ Goodman and Jack Daniel's brand ambassador Cam Dawson, speaking on creativity, entrepreneurialism, consistency and quality.

The day will mark Lorincz's third London Session, who, alongside heading up the American Bar launched his own line of cocktail shakers with Tetsuya Yokoyama called 'Birdy by Erik Lorincz'. He can also be found presenting on Jamie Oliver's Drinks Tube, or travelling the world, his session will be centered around creativity.

With eight operating cocktail bars under the London Cocktail Club umbrella and countless awards, including Best Bartender at the 42 Below Cocktail World Cup in 2008, Goodman will present the entrepreneurialism session.

Finally, with over 10 years' experience in the drinks industry, consistency and quality will be explored by Dawson. Working as brand ambassador for Jack Daniel's, there's nothing he doesn't know about the half a billion bottles maturing in Lynchburg right now.

As always, sessions are free to attend but are RSVP only. To secure yourself a space, contact Rebekkah Dooley at quickly.

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