This episode features Amanda Boroughs and Kachnetha Bennett of Tenth Ward Distilling Company. In 2015 Monica Pearce took all of the money that she had and opened a distillery. The next step was to open up a cocktail lounge and tasting room. There is also an event space that is perfect for weddings and celebrations. At Tenth Ward there is a purpose, a plan and a mission. They don't just do ordinary. They put their own creative stamp on their creations. Thinking out every last detail. What they create are some of the finest spirits which are the base for the amazing cocktails that they produce. This women owned distillery has a dedicated team that is committed to making craft spirits that are unusual, unconventional and sensational. Amanda and Kachentha take us behind the scenes and behind the bar and we get to learn what makes it all come together.
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