Vodka at the Station – Tastings, Dancing and Food to Benefit the CAIC

Friends of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center have another fantastic benefit going on here in Colorado’s MTN resort towns. Vodka at the Station is in its second year and tastings, food and dancing will make this night an awesome festivity, all for a REALLY good cause – raising dollars to support the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. Here’s the 411:

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NRC365 and Warren Station at Keystone are proud to announce the 2nd Vodka at the Station vodka tasting event at Warren Station in River Run at Keystone on Saturday, January 19 from 8 – Midnight.  Doors open at 7:30 p.m. This great event brings two unique Colorado Vodka Distillers and four flavors from Three Olives Vodka to Keystone for an evening of vodka tastings.

Vodkas include Breckenridge Distillery, Altitude Spirits’ Vodka 14 and four great flavors from Three Olives brand vodka.    Guests receive a commemorative martini glass, and unlimited tastings with or without mixers from 8-10 p.m. Plus food starting at 9:30 p.m. There will be music and dancing from DJ D.C. and DJ THiCK CHiCK throughout the night, plus a photo booth to capture your memories!  At 9:30 p.m. there will be a late night snack bar with gourmet sliders and sides.

Guests will also receive a discount on purchasing the vodkas at the event at Dillon Ridge Liquors.  The event is a benefit for Friends of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center.  Tickets can be pre-purchased for $45 per person, or $80 for two. Day of tickets are $50 for one and $90 for two.  Tickets can be purchased online at www.WarrenStation.com or in person with cash or check at Dillon Ridge Liquors, at 294 Dillon Ridge Road in the City Market shopping center.  After 10 p.m., guests can enjoy the DJ and dancing for $5 at the door until midnight.

Sounds like a great excuse to drink and dance. See you there!

~MTN Town Magazine

Photo Credits: Warren Station

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