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The 6th annual San Diego Spirits Festival brings you burlesque prohibition

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The 6th annual San Diego Spirits Festival is coming back to town this August 23-24, with the theme of the event being burlesque prohibition. It has been building up its reputation in the past couple of years. Most recently it has been named one of the top cocktail festivals in America. So what can you expect in the festival if you attend this year.
A brief sampling on what to expect:

  • Product sampling
  • International spirits competition
  • Exposure to buyers, investors and distributors
  • Culinary events with guest chefs
  • Original Mixologist cocktail creations using the latest trends

If you decide to attend this year you will find a variety of people there from Chefs, Bartenders, Mixologists, Investors, Buyers, Media, and of course the general public. The awards ceremony will be held on the second day for the international spirits competition. For more information about the festival you can click here or you can find them on twitter @spiritsfestival.



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