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DSTILL starts pouring today, Showcase on Thursday

DSTILL made its debut in Denver last year, and now the joint partnership between the Colorado Distillers Guild, Something Independent, the Colorado Bartenders Guild and the American Craft Distillers Association is back for round two, a four-day celebration of spirit tastings, craft cocktail events and workshops spotlighting the country's top small-batch distillers from across the country.

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The festivities kick off today with a three-day series of seminars focusing on the craft of distilling and culminate on Thursday, March 13, with the signature Showcase, which will feature almost American craft-spirit producers from across the country pouring at the McNichols Building in the Civic Center. Tickets (if any are still available) are $50 in advance at and $60 at the door.

Here's the rest of the DSTILL lineup:

DSTILL: First Pour Monday, March 10 | 7:00pm Green Russell | Denver

DSTILL: Tours Monday, March 10 | Boulder Tuesday, March 11 | Denver

DSTILL: Panel: The Distiller, The Bartender & Your Cocktail Tuesday, March 11 | 5:30-8:00pm Wynkoop Brewing Co. | Denver

DSTILL: Workshops: Meet the Makers Wednesday, March 12 | 7:00-9:00pm Multiple Locations Three small-batch educational sessions featuring America's top distillers of Whiskey, Gin and Rum.

The Showcase - The Signature Tasting Event of DSTILL Thursday, March 13 | 7:00- 10:00pm McNichols Civic Center Building | Denver Featuring spirit tastings from 45 of America's top artisan distillers and an array of handcrafted cocktails from the barmen and women of the Colorado Bartenders' Guild.

Find more information here.

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