When catering your same-sex wedding, consider asking your venue or catering manager if they offer Halsted Vodka. Chicago owned and operated, Halsted Vodka gives 15% of their operating profits back to LGBT charities. They are true champions of equality.

Halsted Vodka is a new concept in spirits launched in 2012 and founded to champion the LGBT community and human rights. The name comes from Halsted Street, the main artery of Chicago’s Boystown neighborhood.  Boystown, located in the Lakeview neighborhood of Chicago is the first officially recognized gay village in the United States. To appear like a local, when in Sidetrack or at Chicago Pridefest, make sure to tell your bartender to use Halsted Vodka.

A luxury vodka, hand crafted in small batches using a recipe of All-American grain and the crystal clear waters of the Rocky Mountains, it’s smooth and has a bold, full-bodied character.

In 2013, Halsted Vodka won the prestigious GOLD MEDAL from the San Francisco World Spirits Competition.

To date Halsted Vodka has supported over 45 LGBT causes including The Legacy Project, Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus, Pride Films & Plays, Windy City Performing Arts, Chicago Rowing Union, Easy Abby Web Series, Equality Illinois, Fred Says, About Face Theatre, The Center on Halsted LGBT Senior Center, Lesbian Community Cares project at Howard Brown, Chicago GLAAD, Chicago HRC, Chicago Gay Men’s Hockey.

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