Libbey is Proud to Sponsor Tales of the Cocktail® 2023

Posted on: Jun. 08, 2023 | | By: Callie Carlson

Libbey glassware is iconic and made with the beverage maker in mind.

From pubs to tailgates to cocktail parties, good drinks bring people together, and Libbey is here to prove it. As the Official Glassware Partner of the New Orleans-set event, a whirlwind five days of tastings, education, networking and awards for beverage professionals and cocktail enthusiasts – Libbey and Tales of the Cocktail select top glassware for the best drinks.

Libbey got its roots in glassware over 200 years ago and has been innovating within the full tabletop space ever since. Libbey glassware is iconic and made with the beverage maker in mind. The glass enhances the drink experience through shape, weight and function.

Glasses like these will be featured throughout the event but most prevalent during the Spirited Awards on the table and at the main bars, tasting sessions, and Libbey’s own activation.

Get to know more about Libbey Glassware during their playful take on a glassware activation, July 27, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. This event will leave you feeling inspired. Hinged on the idea of experiencing Libbey in the most organic form possible, Libbey brings in industry partners into one space so you can make with their glassware at their #MakersGonnaMake bar, “Step into our lounge and try something new. P.S. There is a contest too.”

Keep a sharp eye for the Libbey L on the bottom of your drinkware, and feel free to share a photo on social media @LibbeyPro.

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