Few Spirits Debuts in Wisconsin at the Distill America, February 18 at the Edgewater in Madison

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Few Spirits brings its grain to glass craft distilled gin and whiskey to Madison at Distill America February 18, 2011. Few uses the highest quality grains from Southeast Wisconsin to handcraft the worlds finest spirits

Few Spirits is proud to announce that it will be pouring samples of its grain to glass craft distilled gin and whiskey at Distill America http://www.distillamerica.com/ at the Edgewater Hotel http://theedgewater.com/. Few Spirits produces Few Bourbon Whiskey, Few Rye Whiskey, Few American Gin, and Few White Whiskey. Since Few is not yet distributed in Wisconsin, this will be the only chance to sample - at least for now.

Few Spirits started distilling in June 2011, and began distribution in the Chicago area in August 2011. Since then, Few Spirits can be found at the finest establishments across Chicago, from Longman & Eagle to Naha to Watershed to Leopold. As a grain to glass distillery, Few does not use any neutral grain spirits, preferring to mash and ferment their spirit in house. "By focusing our efforts on producing our alcohol in house, we control the quality of the spirit, and allows us to create our hand crafted spirits in ways that other distilleries simply cannot," says Master Distiller Paul Hletko. "Our Few American Gin is a whiskey drinker's gin and can even be served neat," says Hletko. "We are proud of our grain, and make every effort to make sure you can taste where the alcohol comes from - Midwestern grain, from Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana."

Tickets are available at Star Liquor in Madison.

Few Spirits has received critical acclaim, ranging from a Double Gold from the New York World Wine & Spirits competition for Few White Whiskey to a "Highly Recommended" rating from the Beverage Tasting Institute. Few has been featured in the Chicago Tribune and Whisky Magazine, among others. Master Distiller Paul Hletko is the founder of Few Spirits, and brings his family legacy to each product.


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