Vena’s Fizz House

Dear Friends,

Thank you for all your support and kind, thoughtful messages this past year. We heard you, we love you and we’ve missed you.

We’re on our way back! Vena’s 2.0 is coming to Portland in spring 2022. The new Vena’s will hold all the nostalgic charm and passion for flavors that we are known for plus a few new surprises. Please see the link below for the press release.

Press Release

In the meantime discover all your beverage needs and gift giving for the holiday season at our online shop. We will see you in the spring!

Warmly,

Vena’s Team

 

Where cocktails & mocktails are created equal! Since 2013.

Vena’s Fizz House is a cocktail/mocktail bar and mixology shop located in Portland, Maine.   Founded by Steve and Johanna Corman, the business began in 2013 specializing in old fashioned, all natural fizz sodas, and “mocktails”.

In 2015, Vena’s obtained a liquor license and created a custom cocktail menu.  The use of bitters and hard-to-find nostalgic ingredients, like shrubs, bitters and switchels, are now the shop’s claim to fame.

In addition to the bar, the venue houses a brick + mortar shop offering an array of items for beverage enthusiasts to dabble in the art of mixed drinks (with or without spirits).  We sell bitters, shakers, muddlers, vintage glassware, coasters, and more.  Additionally, Vena’s has created a retail line of products brand including infusion kits (all natural, freeze-dried fruit in mason jars that are ready to drink by simply adding liquor), bitters and syrups that are available in-house and at our online shop

Vena’s is also recognized as a go-to resource for mixology education. Their FIZZ ED Mixology Classes are offered both virtually and in person – with or without spirits.

Vena's Products

We create and produce our own line of specialty cocktail and mocktail ingredients. Using simple, clean, and organic ingredients, we offer DIY spirits Infusions, bitter’s infused sugar cubes and our own line of old-fashioned bitters.


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