Brooks Grain to Exhibit at ADI Craft Spirits Exposition

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Brooks Grain is proud to announce its participation in the upcoming ADI Craft Spirits Conference and Expo.  The 16th annual conference will be hosted in Denver, Colorado at the Colorado Convention Center from March 18th -21st.  The ADI is the largest and oldest trade association dedicated solely to craft distilling.   

The sell-out event offers a variety of breakout sessions and workshops for distillers to attend.  Topics covered will range from the TTB and distillery taxes, packaging and marketing, flavor science, and more!  In addition, attendees will be treated to a Welcome Tasting on Monday evening hosted by the Colorado Distillers Guild showcasing the best spirits the state has to offer.  Other offerings include spirits judging, a gala, and a highly anticipated gin summit.  Count us in!

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

https://distilling.com/events/annual-spirits-conference/2019-adi-craft-spirits-conference/

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