Celebrate Cocktails at the Great American Spirits Festival
Saturday, October 24, 2015
The event will offer hand-crafted cocktails and product tastings from spirit vendors, as well as take-home recipe cards so you can recreate your favorite drinks.
Attendees can sample retro drinks for a blast from the past, or try cocktails from local bartenders to find their new favorite watering holes. Cocktail lovers can sample the depth and complexity of a full range of whiskeys, vodkas, rums and liqueurs.
Artisan distillers will also be on hand to discuss the passion and expertise that is necessary to craft such exquisite drinks.
Admission to the one-day festival plus seven tasting tickets is $25 per person, and discounts are available for online tickets. For more information or to purchase tickets, check out the Great American Spirits Festival website.
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