Brooks Grain to Exhibit at 2019 ACSA Distiller Convention and Trade Show

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Brooks Grain is proud to announce its participation in the annual ACSA Convention.  The highly anticipated event will be hosted in Minneapolis at the Hyatt Regency from February 10th-12th.  The convention is the largest gathering of small-batch producers in the country and aims to educate and foster a community amongst members of the craft distilling industry. 

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Nick Gilson, CEO of Gilson Snow, will deliver the keynote address titled, "Carving Tracks in a Highly Competitive Industry" to kick of the three-day event.  Other offerings include breakout sessions on a variety of topics ranging from distillery safety to sensory analysis.  Craft distillers will have the opportunity to walk the trade show floor and meet consultants and suppliers from all areas. Attendees will get in the spirit of the "Craft on Ice" theme at sponsored events such as a Minnesota distillery tour or an ice hockey game. 

 

Will we see you there?  Be sure to stop by our booth and say hello!  For registration and additional information, follow the link below. 

https://americancraftspirits.org/programs/convention/

 

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