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Raymond Snead

Bitters are as old as cocktails, but Cocktailpunk looks to the future, not the past. With a simple goal: to create compelling accents for the modern cocktail. Cocktailpunk cocktail bitters are a carefully chosen set of basic elements that are focused and nuanced, simple yet devious. They are perfect in classic cocktails, but were really designed for the cocktails that haven't been invented yet.

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Jim, Bob + Matt Pickett

Born in Cleveland, Ohio - The Pickett Brothers were raised in an era where the cocktail party was something you had not only at family gatherings and holidays, but also poolside in the summer with neighbors and friends well into the night by the fire pit. The adults would make their specialties like the Highball, the Moscow Mule, or a Boilermaker. 

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Jennifer Jasinski

A James Beard Foundation award-winner for Best Chef Southwest in 2013, Jasinski opened her first restaurant, Rioja, in Denver’s Historic Larimer Square to critical acclaim in 2004, featuring a menu inspired by Mediterranean ingredients and influenced by local and seasonal products. She and business partner Beth Gruitch acquired Bistro Vendôme, a French bistro across the street from Rioja in 2006 and opened Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen just around the corner in 2010. Chef Jen was named 2004 Colorado Chef of the Year and 2005 Western Regional Chef of the Year by the American Culinary Federation

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Short Rib Spiedino

Chef Kelly Whitaker has put a twist on the Italian spiedino. Literally translated to "skewer", Chef Whitaker takes perfectly sous vide short rib meat and cooks them on a skewer in his wood fired oven at Basta in Boulder, Co. While cooking the meat, Whitaker shows you how to craft a sweet and spicy chocolate sauce to drizzle over these flavor-packed skewers. 

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