January 25th, 2014 – Two Roads Brewing Company – Igor’s Dream


Volunteers from the Connecticut Air & Space Center attended the first day release of Two Roads Brewing Company’s (1700 Stratford Ave, Stratford, CT.) Igor’s Dream, a Russian Imperial stout beer dedicated to seaplane and helicopter designer, Igor I Sikorsky.

This years label and brew are dedicated specifically to his dream of the heavy lift helicopter.

Andrew King & Christopher Soltis peaking with the public about the CASC's Sikorsky S-60 restoration project.

Andrew King (in red) & Christopher Soltis (coveralls) speaking with the public about the CASC’s Sikorsky S-60 restoration project.

Both the Igor I Sikorsky Archives and CASC were present with small displays. Our museum provided a display showing the story of the Sikorsky S-60, which is currently being restored at the museum. This also marks the first time bot the Archive and the the CASC worked together on a project. The archive graciously provided rare photos and copy for our new display board. A special thanks goes out to Hankin Printing in Milford for supplying us will a large impactful visual print of our Curator, Chris Soltis latest graphic design.

Brewmaster, Phil Markowski, as well as Igor Sikorsky’s sons were on hand signing bottles in the private event room “The Vault Room.

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One Response to January 25th, 2014 – Two Roads Brewing Company – Igor’s Dream

  1. Steve Rescsanski says:

    Hi Drew & Chris

    Great publicity – Drew how come you only partially hid the Schlitz sign??

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