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2014 Whiskey Rebellion Oakland at Art + Soul Oakland!

Sunday, Aug 3rd
1-4pm | 21+
Frank Ogawa Plaza
at 14th St. and Broadway (map)
Oakland-Downtown
Whiskey Rebellion is a showcase of American brown spirits to raise money for Oakland Grown. We've rounded up a terrific crowd of whiskey producers and suppliers representing quite a few varieties of whiskey. Current list of participating distillers/producers: Amador, American Still Life, Angel's Envy, Craft Distilleries, Diageo, High West, Jefferson's, Russels Reserve, Seven Stills, Sonoma County Distillers, Tahoe Moonshine, Templeton, Wild Turkey. Details subject to change.

Please note, a ticket to Art + Soul Oakland is required for entry to Whiskey Rebellion.

For more info and to order tickets:
http://www.wheretoeat.in/2014-whiskey-rebellion-oakland/

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