For the owners of Fremont Mischief, a local Seattle distillery, working for charity comes naturally. “I was a commercial fisherman for thirty years and every fishing trip we would always throw back the first fish we caught just to make sure we never took too much,” says Mike Sherlock who owns Fremont Mischief with his wife, Patti. And that philosophy has carried through to their new business.
The distillery teamed up with The Hard Rock Cafe who is now exclusively serving Fremont Mischief’s new vodka, Worker’s No. 9, on tap. And with the help of radio station KISW, they rolled out the partnership with a party at the restaurant’s Seattle location featuring specially crafted cocktails, appetizers and concert ticket giveaways, all for a good cause.
Fremont Mischief has a history of giving back to the community. Each of their liquors support a different charity with 10 percent of their profits benefiting organizations including Make-A-Wish Foundation, the National Domestic Violence Hotline and others. Proceeds of their Worker’s No. 9 vodka will go to the Firefighter’s Benevolent Fund which aids fire fighters and their families.
For The Hard Rock Cafe, supporting Fremont Mischief was a
no-brainer. “The Hard Rock Cafe always encourages us to get involved in the community,” says Chris Weaver, the restaurant’s marketing manager. Working with the Firefighter’s Benevolent Fund is the perfect match for Hard Rock ‘s mission to support local businesses and charities.
Hard Rock Cafe Seattle
116 Pike Street
Seattle, WA 98101
Monday – Thursday: 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Friday – Saturday: 11 a.m. – midnight
Sunday: 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.