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Susan Munson, on the right, hands the T.V. Munson Cup for best wine making to 2016 winner Christine Finley Saturday night at the Grayson College Black Box Theater at the Non-Commerical Beer and Wine competition awards reception. (Jerrie Whiteley / Herald Democrat)

Craft Beverage Conference spells out work behind the industry

By Jerrie Whiteley Herald Democrat Forty people spent the day at Grayson College’s Viticulture and Enology Center Saturday learning the ins and outs of starting a craft brewing career. Later that evening, some of the conference attendees returned to Grayson College’s Black Box Theater for the presentation of Non-Commercial Wine and Beer Awards. Andrew Snyder,…

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CHRIS JENNINGS / HERALD DEMOCRAT Robert Likarish goes over some of the different processes and ingredients in the different spirits made at Ironroot Republic Distillery during the intensive portion of the Texoma Craft Beverage Conference Thursday afternoon. Participants were able to take part in different hands on classes at Ironroot, 903 Brewers and Homestead Winery. - See more at: http://heralddemocrat.com/news/business/craft-beverage-conference-bridges-gap-between-aficionados-and-producers#sthash.i5F2b4Ug.dpuf

Craft Beverage Conference bridges gap between aficionados and producers

CHRIS JENNINGS / HERALD DEMOCRAT Robert Likarish goes over some of the different processes and ingredients in the different spirits made at Ironroot Republic Distillery during the intensive portion of the Texoma Craft Beverage Conference Thursday afternoon. Participants were able to take part in different hands on classes at Ironroot, 903 Brewers and Homestead Winery. – See more at: http://heralddemocrat.com/news/business/craft-beverage-conference-bridges-gap-between-aficionados-and-producers#sthash.i5F2b4Ug.dpuf

Texoma Craft Beverage Conference showcases local industry

Over the weekend, Texoma will showcase its burgeoning brewing, distilling and winemaking industry as local partners host the Texoma Craft Beverage Conference. The conference will include hands on demonstrations of how local craftsmen make alcoholic beverages. Tickets are still available for Friday night’s brewfest event from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. near Denison’s Heritage Park.…

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Texoma Craft Beverage Conference - June 12-14, 2015 - Denison, Texas

Inaugural Texoma Craft Beverage Conference Announced

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Denison, Texas – May 12, 2015 – The Texoma Craft Beverage Alliance announced the inaugural Texoma Craft Beverage Conference will be held June 12-14, 2015. It will be headquartered at the new Texoma Events Center in Denison, Texas. Attendees can learn from experts in the field about wine, beer, and distilled spirits…

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Craft Beverage Conference aims to be one-of-a-kind

By Nate Strauch Herald Democrat In the three months since a who’s-who of local leaders unveiled an initiative aimed at uniting and branding the area’s burgeoning beer, wine and spirit industries, much of the work on the Texoma Craft Beverage Alliance has been handled behind the scenes. The group has a snazzy, modern website, the…

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Texoma Craft Beverage Alliance hopes to attract a growing industry

By Michael Hutchins Herald Democrat Dating back to the days of T.V. Munson’s research on grapes in Denison near the turn of the 20th century, the Texoma region has celebrated its rich history of winemaking and viticulture. Now, in the 21st century, local business leaders are looking to expand this legacy to include all forms…

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Texoma announces a Craft Beverage Alliance (KXII)

Texoma announces a Craft Beverage Alliance (KXII)

GRAYSON COUNTY, TX – A new plan to unite local businesses and improve the tourism here in Texoma was announced at Grayson College. Grayson College and the cities of Sherman and Denison announced the establishment of the Texoma Craft Beverage Alliance. It’s a group of industries focused on developing the craft beverage industry here in…

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GRAYSON COLLEGE, CITIES OF DENISON AND SHERMAN ANNOUNCE NEW STRATEGIC PLAN FOR REGIONAL WINE AND CRAFT BEVERAGE INDUSTRY

Grayson College, Cities of Denison and Sherman Announce New Strategic Plan for Regional Wine and Craft Beverage Industry

For release on December 2, 2014 A new strategic plan to unite local businesses and foster growth within the developing industry of craft beverages was revealed today at Grayson College. Grayson College President Jeremy McMillen, along with Sherman Mayor Cary Wacker, former Denison Mayor Robert Brady and Denison Development Alliance President Tony Kaai announced the…

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