Think Outside the Nog

. December 1, 2019.

Between its trademark seasonal gins and its fruit-accented Water Hill Liqueurs, there are few spirits in Michigan more spirited than those of the Ann Arbor Distilling Co. So what better place to go to learn how to liven up your holiday drinks? This special course offered by Detroit Cocktail Camp will teach attendees how to make some outstanding seasonal cocktails accented with Ann Arbor Distilling’s distinct flavors. The December 14 session is limited to only 28 attendees, so sign up now if you don’t want to miss it! 

$59 | 1-3pm | Saturday, December 14
Ann Arbor Distilling Company, 220 Felch St.
734-882-2169 | annarbordistilling.com

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