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Dry Land Distillers expands its menu

The ingredients are sourced locally
Dry Land Grand Opening (5 of 5)
Dry Land Distillers celebrates the grand opening of their new location at 519 Main Street.

Dry Land Distillers, located at 519 Main St., is adding curated small plates to its menu. 

The local distiller sources all of its products from Colorado and its small plates are no different. Developed by Chris Bybee, the newest member the Dry Land team, the small plates will feature products from Longmont Dairy, Haystack Mountain Creamery, Dry Storage in Boulder and Hazel Dell in Fort Collins.

Bybee has an extensive culinary background, according to a news release.

"We're taking the same care with our new Sunday small plates as we are with our cocktails and spirits," Bybee said. "The Sunday plates will showcase our Slow Food approach, featuring local and seasonal ingredients and intentional sourcing that focuses on sustainability and true-to-place flavors.” 

Dry Land is also creating a Sunday Cocktail Series that will complement the small plates. The series is expected to begin on April 7. The cocktails in the series will only be offered on Sundays and will feature unique house-made cocktails such as Bloody Marias, Affogato Martinis and Cactus Sunrise. The cocktails will rotate with monthly and seasonal specials.


Macie May

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