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    April 29 | Spring Cocktails of the Farmers Market

    San Francisco | CUESA’s spring happy hour will bring together local bar/kitchen talent to pay tribute to their respective neighborhoods through artful food and drink. Join us for bites and cocktails inspired by fresh spring produce—including an original creation made with our California Citrus Vodka.

    May 9 | VODKA TASTING AT ALCHEMY BOTTLE SHOP

    Oakland | Join Andie for samples of our three new St. George vodkas: All Purpose Vodka, Green Chile Vodka, and California Citrus Vodka. No reservations needed, just stop in at Alchemy Bottle Shop 2–5pm to taste!

    May 17 | Urban Farm Table

    Alameda | Save the date for Alameda Point Collaborative’s Urban Farm Table, a farm-to-table luncheon featuring the bounty of APC’s very own Farm2Market program—and cocktails! Stay tuned for details and ticket information.

    June 21 | Summer Solstice at the UC Botanical Garden

    Berkeley | Spend the summer solstice wandering UC Berkeley’s botanical gardens, cocktail in hand. We’ll be there mixing up drinks, while “cocktail whisperer” Warren Bobrow will be leading a talk on cocktail shrubs and syrups and signing copies of his new book (Bitters & Shrub Syrup Cocktails). Join us!

    July 15–19 | Tales of the Cocktail

    New Orleans | We wouldn’t miss it! Since we can’t count on running into each other over coffee at Spitfire, let’s put a few things on the calendar, shall we? Please join us at…

    Artisan Distilling: Old World, New World
    Thursday, July 16, 10–11:30am
    St. George distiller Lance Winters, cocktail legend Dale DeGroff, Jean-Pierre Cointreau, Alain Royer, and Alba Huerta discuss artisan distilling in the Old World sense and as it has flourished here in the United States. Get tickets here.

    St. George Spirits Showcase
    Friday, July 17, 3–5pm
    A chance to schmooze with the makers, boozers, and shakers—plus the opportunity to taste a wide variety of spirits from our portfolio, including our three new vodkas. No ticket required—just show up with your wristband!