Join the hard working folks of Death’s Door Distillery (Wisconsin’s largest craft distillery) and Underground Food Collective for an evening of fine food and craft cocktails under the shadow of the distillery’s handcrafted copper still.
Doors open at 5:30pm with an exclusive tour of the distillery operations starting at 6pm. Guests will enjoy appetizers and cocktails while learning about what goes into making award-winning craft spirits the Death’s Door Spirits way. Hear from the Distillery’s President, Head Distiller, and/or National Brand Manager as they tell the story behind the brand.
At 7pm, we’ll sit down to a delightful dinner of food and drinks prepared by the Underground Food Collective and their talented staff. The meal will consist of four (4) courses, served family style and will feature Death’s Door Spirits cocktails paired with every course. Come see how vodka, gin and white whisky cocktails pair with fantastic food.
For questions or detailed information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the distillery at 608-831-1083. Please note that dinners are subject to being rescheduled at the discretion of Death’s Door Distillery.
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