Eastwind Hotel & Bar has partnered with bottled and canned Old Fashioned Slow & Low, to launch a pop-up experience.

The ‘Slow & Low’ experience comprises a Slow & Low tote bag containing an array of branded items from bandanas and rolling papers to t-shirts and koozies, as well as a complimentary two-pack of Slow & Low.

On offer throughout January to all guests aged 25 and over, the pop-up experience is available with any new bookings of Eastwind’s accommodations at no extra charge.

Slow & Low is a bottled and canned Old-Fashioned made with 84 proof-aged straight rye, a dose of rock candy, raw honey, angostura bitters and orange peel.

Aimed at “those who take the path less travelled for the reward of personal discovery”, Slow & Low identifies with Eastwind’s guests. The limited-edition package immerses hotel guests into this adventurous and carefree mindset while enjoying the breathtaking landscape of New York’s Catskill Mountains.

Located approximately two and a half hours from New York City, Eastwind Hotel & Bar’s 17 acre property boasts 26 room accommodations including A-frame Lushna Cabins and new Lusha Suites.

The boutique hotel also offers access to saunas, picnic tables and fire pits where guests can cook dinner or make s’mores with a can of Slow & Low.

“We’re excited to partner with Hochstadter’s Slow & Low for this pop-up experience,” says Bjorn Boyer, Co-Owner of Eastwind Hotel & Bar. “Guests come to our property to discover the great outdoors and reconnect with themselves in the process, and Slow & Low perfectly embodies this ideology. We think our guests will enjoy learning more about the brand and sipping Slow & Low by our fire pits or in their room.”

“Eastwind is such an iconic property in New York’s Hudson Valley and we’re thrilled to partner with them on this exciting pop-up,” comments Andrea Cromaz, The Cooper Spirits Co’s Vice President of Marketing. “We’ve been wanting to work with Eastwind for some time now, as there was a natural connection between our philosophies. We’re thrilled to make this partnership a reality in 2021 and give guests the opportunity to take life Slow & Low this January.”