NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y.
April 2, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Newly introduced American Harvest Organic Spirit has been named the key ingredient in the International Wine, Spirits & Beer Event (IWSB) at NRA Show's 2013 "Star of the Bar" competition. Bartenders are invited to submit their most creative cocktail using American Harvest for the chance to win a
cash prize. The winner will be selected at the Restaurants Rock party on
Sunday, May 19
by three esteemed judges; Celebrity Chef, personality and culinary author
, Master Mixologist
and Sidney Frank Importing Company's Corporate Mixologist,
"With such a luxurious texture, great complexity, wonderful acidity, beautifully balanced and lingering finish, American Harvest is the perfect foundation for creative mixologists to build flavors and craft award winning libations," says Master Mixologist and "Star of the Bar" Judge
Bartenders interested in a shot at the "Star of the Bar" title, a trip to
to mix off at IWSB, as well as a chance at the
prize should visit
for official rules and full details on how to enter. All entries must be received by
, 2013 and include a signature cocktail recipe that includes at least 1 ounce of American Harvest Organic Spirit as well as a brief video demonstration.
Five of the six semifinalists will be determined by the panel of judges, with the sixth picked by the general public as the "people's choice" contender, which will be determined through online voting from
. All six semifinalists will be flown to
to make their cocktail live on the exhibit floor in front of top food and beverage industry leaders at IWSB on
Sunday, May 19
. IWSB attendees will narrow the field down to the top three "Star of the Bar" finalists, who will then advance to the final live competition to be judged by
, at Restaurants Rock, the official party of IWSB and NRA Show.
No purchase necessary. Limit of one video submission per person. Contest is open to all legal residents of the 50 United States, 21 years of age or older. Void where restricted by law. Please bartend responsibly; depictions of unsafe or reckless mixology will not be accepted.