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Like Whiskey? Like Politics? I Have Just the Event...

By Tiniest_bean @tiniest_bean
Hello Whiskey lovers everywhere! Did you know about an awesome event at Sons of Liberty Spirits in South Kingstown, RI? Sons of Liberty Spirits will be hosting  “Eat Drink RI’s: Food Will Help Rhode Island Grow” Gubernatorial Town Hall Debate on Wednesday, August 13 at 6:30 p.m-8:30pm.
The Town Hall, which will take place inside the walls of the Sons of Liberty distillery, will be a gubernatorial debate featuring all six candidates running for governor of Rhode Island later this year. The meeting will focus specifically on the food and beverage industry in Rhode Island, which will allow those in attendance the opportunity to pose questions to each candidate on how they plan to encourage further growth in the industry, and their plans to work with and assist culinary businesses to help stimulate the local economy.

A portion of the questions to be asked to the panel of candidates at the Town Hall will be collected from Rhode Island business owners or local workers in the food and beverage industry. Attendees can submit their questions for the candidates to Eat Drink RI via email at ([email protected])

Those attending are invited to stay for a special social reception sponsored by Sons of Liberty and Wild Wood Catering following the debate’s conclusion. The reception will feature various tastings of Sons of Liberty’s award winning and “World’s Best” line of spirits and a delicious boutique spread provided by Wild Wood Catering. The event is 21+ and open to the general public. Admission is free and seating is limited. All attendees are encouraged to register online at So there you have it folks. 

Whiskey. Politics.Good Food. Did I mention whiskey? 

Already have plans this Wednesday? Visit Sons of Liberty for a tasting, buy it at a liquor store near you or drink it in the many cocktails that are on the menus in some of Rhode Island's best  restaurants around the state!

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