Seattle socialite and heir to the Puget Sound's most notorious bootlegging family, Roy Aston developed his father's already profitable business into a veritable empire. During the dry days of Prohibition, Roy's childhood education centered on the basics such as math (counting liquor cases), geography (whisky drop locations along the Puget Sound coast) and leadership (managing city officials with pay offs). But, the most important skill Roy learned was how to charm the public. Fortune and charisma bought him a front-row seat in Seattle's elite social circles. It didn't hurt that Aston owned the hottest ticket in town – the speakeasy custom built into his new mansion, Aston Manor, featuring top shelf liquor, live music and burlesque dancers. It is rumored that the private, late-night soirees may soon open as a nightclub to Seattle's upper crust.
Aston Manor is the place where the liquor runs pure and the entertainment is decidedly not.