“Our goal as a guild is to get New Mexico on the map as a distilling destination much like our brewing scene is on the national map as a brewing destination.
We’re trying to really get the word out to our local restaurants that they can carry New Mexico spirits for a relatively low fee when it’s compared to carrying other national-level spirits.
We have enough of a representation of the different styles of spirits and they’re at a level of quality that any restaurant can offer a top-notch cocktail and spirits program using New Mexico spirits.”
Check out the full article in Albuquerque Journal with New Mexico Distillers Guild president Scott Feuille of Taylor Garrett Whiskey, featuring Altar Spirits, Big Nose Kate Whiskey, Vara Winery & Distillery, Safe House Distilling Co., Teller Vodka, Little Toad Creek, Left Turn Distilling, Algodones Distillery, Santa Fe Spirits, Ponderosa Whiskey Co., 505 Spirits, New Mexico Restaurant Association, CNM Central New Mexico Community College
Read the full article here: https://www.abqjournal.com/2591183/of-new-mexico.html