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COLORADO COLORADO DISTILLERS GUILD It is spring in Colorado and the Colorado Distillers Guild is getting ready for high water on our rivers, spring skiing on our high peaks, and flowers in our valleys! The CDG is actively looking for a executive director who will help lead us into the future. We have WWW.ARTISANSPIRITMAG.COM â€
also recently started designing a Colorado Distillery Trail map which will help guide visitors to our member distilleries across the state. In addition we have just closed another successful legislative session in Denver and are starting our spring/summer festival season. I am also excited to continue as chair of the ACSA State Guild Committee which is working on a number of interesting topics including a potential state guild retreat later this year. There are also a number of national
issues that will involve the state guilds over the next year so stay tuned! As summer begins, take a moment to be sure you are up to date on both your state guild and ACSA membershipsâ€” both are fighting for you and really need your membership and involvement to be successful. Cheers, P.T. Wood President, Colorado Distillers Guild Vice President, ACSA Wood's High Mountain Distillery, LLC
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