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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Have A Locally Distilled Drink With The Commonwealth Club's Distilled In SF

Posted By on Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 9:00 AM


What: The Commonwealth Club's Distilled In SF: How To Drink Like A Locavore

Where: The swank interiors of the San Francisco Office of The Commonwealth Club of America, 595 Market Street.

When: Wednesday, March 28th. Check-in starts at 6:00pm, and the panel discussion kicks off at 6:30pm, with the drinking and such following at 7:30pm. 

Cost: Lay-folk are handing over $25, with members of the Club forking over $15, and students scrounging up a wee $7.

The Rundown: If you've stepped out for a drink or four at any bar of repute in the fine city of San Francisco, you've probably quaffed down a cocktail concocted with some variety of locally distilled booze. INFORUM and The Commonwealth Club are bringing together some of the giants of local liquor (David King of Anchor Distilling and Lance Winters of St. George Spirits to name a couple) to regale a thirst-driven audience about "beverage creation, the modern craft movement, and San Francisco's rich culinary tradition." Following the lecture, bottles of booze from some of The Bay Area's finest distilleries will be cracked for a spirit sampling. Drop on by, support the concept of locally created alcohol, and drink yourself in to a well-deserved and delicious stupor.

Grab a ticket before it's too late right here.

                                                   Noah Sanders tweets at @sandersnoah.
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