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Distillery Row to Dedicate Cocktail Crawl to the Tom Collins Cocktail

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

 

Tom Collins

Distillery Row will dedicate their monthly Cocktail Crawl to the Tom Collins cocktail on Saturday, July 1. 

The Cocktail Crawl is a monthly event that shows off the creative use of locally created spirits in popular recipes to honor and instruct visitors on the classics and to encourage experimentation. 

Tom Collins is a tall, bubbly classic, that calls for gin, lemon, simple syrup and soda. 

The Crawl

Cocktail lovers are invited to take a tour through the 8 distilleries to sample each tasting room’s own take on the Tom Collins utilizing locally produced spirits and mixers. 

Proceeds from the Cocktail Crawl will benefit Ecology in the Classrooms & Outdoors, also known as ECO. $1 of every Cocktail Crawl drink will go to ECO (Ecology in Classrooms & Outdoors), a program that delivers hands-on ecology lessons to several Portland-area elementary schools. 

The event will run from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. 

 

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