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Thirst Boston 2017 Is Almost Here

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Photo Credit: Caitlin Cunningham

New England, we hope you’re parched. Because Thirst Boston is returning to its namesake city for a fourth time, running from April 28th-30th.

Its schedule of seminars is now online, and some of this year’s more interesting events include a hands-on lesson in Japanese ice carving from Suntory Brand Ambassador Gardner Dunn, a class on how to use spirits in pastry making with local baking queen Kate Holowchick, and a discussion with WhistlePig’s Dave Pickerell on his brand’s ongoing quest to make a completely local estate rye.

Like last year, Cocktail Enthusiast will be on site, so you can expect some after-action reports once all the dust settles and the coffee kicks in. Until then, tickets are on the website if you’d like to attend.

Written by Eric Twardzik

Eric Twardzik is a writer and frequent imbiber living in Boston who believes in the healing powers of Fernet.

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