The co-owner of the bars Montana and Nacho Borracho and the developer of Rachel Marshall Ginger Beer, RACHEL MARSHALL, unexpectedly passed away on April 24.
Rachel Marshall and Adam relationship
Adam and Rachel met while both were living in Germany. Rachel spent most of her childhood on Whidbey Island.
She was also inspired by British-style gin and tonic, a reviving drink that tastes like gin and tonic. I remember buying cups from her booth at the Broadway farmers market before I really gotta know her.
Right now, Rachel Marshall ginger beer is available at four storefront bars: one in pike place market, one in university village, one near the Spheres, and one on capitol hill.
Rachel was a natural conversationalist who could converse with anyone, including CEOs and random patrons at her pubs.
She was far more skilled at conducting interviews than I was, a real journalist, as I used to watch her doing so at school functions.
Her inquisitiveness and practicality inspired innovative ideas that, in retrospect, were profoundly entrepreneurial. She and Opatz were the first people to pour beverages onto drunk people in the city.
She later gave use of her kitchen to chefs like Mark Fuller’s Ma’ono, Taylor Cheney of Yalla, and Kevin Burnell and Alysson Wilson of kedai makan when she wished to serve meals to clients without going into the restaurant business herself.
In addition to having a loving heart and a quick mind, Rachel also had big, floppy emotions.
Rachel Marshall cause of death
The cause of Rachel Marshall death is still unknown, but some believe it was cardiac arrest. She was 81 years old.
In the Licorous kitchen, a facility that chef John Sundstrom had lent Rachel Marshall and her business partner Adam Peters, they started their ginger beer company in 2011.
Over time, she turned the company into a distinctive presence in Seattle’s culinary and beverage industry. She was also inspired by British-style gin and tonic, a reviving drink that tastes like gin and tonic.
Rachel Marshall Obituary
There has yet to be word of a memorial. I’m still attempting to determine how I can help Seattle honor my friend’s memory.
The fact that their mother was a powerful woman with a good heart and a wicked sense of humor should be known to her boys. One of our friends stated, “I’m so glad I knew Rachel.
Yesterday, when we talked about our shared grief and disbelief. And not only Rachel’s Ginger Beer.