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Black Friday on Distillery Row

11 am-5 pm., Friday November 29 | Prices vary; free admission.
Refuge
116 SE Yamhill St.
 
New Deal Distillery, House Spirits, Stone Barn Brandyworks, Eastside Distilling, Vinn Distillery and Rolling River Distillery will all be huddled up at the Refuge event space, serving up samples and selling liquors—essentially turning Distillery Row into a distillery singularity, which is to say the world might end! Might as well be drunk. Go to distilleryrowpdx.com for a registration link.

Where: Refuge
Address: 116 SE Yamhill St.
Website: http://www.distilleryrowpdx.com/2013/10/black-friday-on-distillery-row-2013/

 
 
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