Lansdale Spirits Store Patrons Find It Impossible to Resist the Celeb Appeal of Chef Robert Irvine

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Chef Robert Irvine, at work, salvaging another kitchen.

Robert Irvine — world-class chef, fitness authority, author, and philanthropist — signed prepurchased bottles of his branded Irvine Spirits at Lansdale’s Fine Wine & Good Spirits.

The Nov. 4 event deepened the entrepreneur’s ties to Lansdale, site of Boardroom Spirits where his namesake adult beverages are crafted.

Irvine and Boardroom linked corporately in 2021, with the celebrity chef’s becoming partner and co-owner.

Together, they now issue Irvine’s Vodka and Irvine’s American Dry Gin.

The offerings are touted as representing the perfect distillation of Irvine’s culinary mastery and his experience traveling the globe and experiencing the best of everything.

Each hand-crafted bottle adheres to the most stringent standards of a chef wholly obsessed with quality, according to its marketing information.

A portion of the sales of these bottled products benefits the Robert Irvine Foundation, which supports members of the military and first responders, causes Irvine has historically backed.

In addition to his retail pursuits (and events that promote them, like the recent Fine Wine & Good Spirits appearance), Irvine continues to ply his trade as a world-class chef and philanthropist.

His Food Network show, Restaurant: Impossible, aids struggling restaurateurs by reviving their kitchens, dining rooms, menus, and brands. He has thus far aided 200 food-service entities nationwide over the series’ 20 seasons

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