Six & Twenty Spirits Challenge
Bartenders, fire up your imaginations and get creative with Six & Twenty Distillery spirits! There’s a $100 cash prize in it for you if your cocktail is judged best among all Greenville Crawl competing bartenders by an impartial judge.
Crawlers, take advantage of more unique cocktails at one time, in one city. Remember, you have three days to try these wonderful festive beverages. Please drink responsibly.
- Purchase Six & Twenty cocktails on Crawl Menus at participating Six & Twenty Spirits Challenge restaurants
- Scan the restaurant’s QR Codes when paying, or enter 4-digit code later at http://chektrek.com
- Winners will be notified by email
Six & Twenty Distillery Prizes
- Six & Twenty Spirits Challenge – Bartender
- $100 Cash to the bartender/mixologist who makes the best new Six & Twenty cocktail served during the 2015 Greenville Small Plate Crawl.
- TWO Le Creuset prizes: Waiter’s Friend and a Simple Pourer
Six & Twenty Distillery, 3109 SC-153, Piedmont, SC 29673. (864) 263-8312
Official Six & Twenty Spirits Challenge Judge
R.H. Weaver has been tending bar for Husk in Charleston, S.C. for nearly four years. Born and raised in Darlington, South Carolina, Weaver has spent much time in the hospitality industry whether as a server or a restaurant and bar manager. Bartending is a fantastic way for Weaver to explore his creativity in a social environment, he says, and he likes to craft drinks based on flavor memories – “a cookie at daycare, fruit punch at the second grade pool party.” Weaver enjoys the process of reworking a drink and exploring different flavors, while respecting ingredients and the use of byproducts so nothing is wasted – staying true to the culture and philosophy of Husk as a restaurant. When not behind the bar, Weaver likes to play guitar and travel when he can.
Register now for ChekTrek, the exclusive Crawl App.
Scan unique QR codes at each participating restaurant
for an entry into the prize drawing at the end of the crawl.
Each check-in earns an entry!
- Bring cash. It’s faster, getting you on your way more quickly.
- Please tip servers. They’re working harder for smaller checks.
- If crawling in a very large group, please try not to occupy seats for a long time, especially if only one or two plates are being ordered.
- If there’s a wait at a restaurant, crawl another nearby spot, and then go back.