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National Moscow Mule Day: Join Us As We Celebrate 75 Years of History


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National Moscow Mule Day: Join Us As We Celebrate 75 Years of History

75 years ago, one woman traveled 5,500 miles from Russia, carrying 2,000 copper mugs with a dream to make a life for herself in America. That woman was Sophie Berezinski--the inventor of The Original Moscow Mule copper mug. 

While she didn’t know it at the time, her creation of pure copper mugs--designed to keep drinks cold and make flavors bold--forever changed the way people would enjoy their beverages.  

But, the mugs wouldn’t be complete without a refreshing beverage to drink in them.

With hard work and dedication, Sophie along with her friends Jack Morgan and John Martin concocted the perfect recipe for The Original Moscow Mule. Together, the three of them mixed up 3 key ingredients--vodka, ginger beer, and lime--to create The Original Moscow Mule.  

And for that reason, we celebrate their legacy with National Moscow Mule Day every March 3 (3/3) in honor of the 3 ingredients that make up the drink.

This year, to celebrate this historic event, we are hosting a big party at Herbs and Rye in Las Vegas, Nevada...and you’re invited! 

Trust us, you’re not going to want to miss this event!

To start, admission is completely FREE.  Score!

Speaking of free, we will also be giving away a select number of Original Moscow Mule copper mugs and Mulehead recipe books during this event. 

If you’re feeling lucky, you better bring yourself down to the celebration as all party goers will be eligible to walk out of the event with new Original Moscow Mule swag.

No Moscow Mule party would be complete without the famous beverage itself, The Original Moscow Mule. So, don’t forget to bring your copper mug with you to the party.

If you’re interested in learning how to mix "The Perfect Mule by Nectaly/Herbs and Rye," we’ll be doing live demos every hour from 9 p.m. to midnight.

Don’t have a mug? No problem.

Purchase an Herbs and Rye Moscow copper mug at the event and you’ll get your first mule free, courtesy of Herbs and Rye. And of course, we’ll be offering half off Moscow Mules for the entire evening for everyone!

While you’ve got your mug on hand, you might as well take advantage of our complimentary copper (and silver) mug cleanings. The entire night, we’ll be demonstrating the power of Grandma Sophie's Non-Toxic & Eco-Friendly Copper Cleaner.

We guarantee we’ll be able to clean your mug in 30 seconds or less. And if this cleaner fails to put a shine on your copper mug, or silver mug, Moscow Copper will give you $100 cash.

Oh, and we’re pretty certain that you’re going to go crazy for our special copper cleaner formula, so we’ll be sending partygoers home with a free sample to use at home!

To top it all off, we’re going to be doing a free book signing for Mulehead recipe books, and will also have Sophie Berezinski’s original copper mug on display so you can grab a photo with it.  

There’s nothing better than coming to the celebration for a good time, and leaving with a piece of history!

Ready to party with us? Here’s everything you need to know…

The National Moscow Mule Day Celebration will be held on March 3, 2017, from 9:00 p.m. to midnight.

The event will be held at Herbs and Rye in Las Vegas, Nevada. The address is 3713 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102.

Admission is absolutely FREE, so bring your spouse, 21+ family members, or friends and come help us honor Grandma Sophie and her amazing Moscow Mule legacy.

Can’t wait to see you there!

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