In Honor of Buffalo Pride Week  2019

Lockhouse Distillery & Bar will be releasing a Pride Label Vodka – the latest entry in their Artist Series – on Tuesday, May 28th, 2019 at 7pm, at 41 Columbia Street in Buffalo’s Historic Cobblestone District.  Buffalo’s first distillery to operate since Prohibition has teamed up with local artist Mickey Harmon to design a limited edition label for their signature vodka that honors the contributions of Stonewall activists Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera, in addition to celebrating the diversity of the entire LGBTQ+ community.  $4 from every bottle sold will be donated directly to the Pride Center of Western New York.

“Lockhouse proudly holds fundraising events throughout the year to benefit both the Pride Center of Western New York and the Evergreen Foundation,” said Thomas Jablonski, Lockhouse Partner.  “When the opportunity came up to expand on our Artist Series label collection, celebrating Buffalo Pride Week was the obvious choice.  We knew that Mickey Harmon was up to the task, and he delivered a captivating, beautiful, and inclusive design that goes beyond the standard homogenous imagery people sometimes associate with Pride.”

Lockhouse Pride Label Vodka will be available at Lockhouse for $35 per bottle during and after the release party.  A special vodka cocktail menu will be served at the bar for the event.  Bottles will not be available in stores.  All sales are first come, first serve.  As this is a limited release, bottles will only be available until the distillery sells out.