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What we are offering is more of a Nevada, Pony Express kind of product that gives a nod to the past. People don't know what to expect when they try it. I think they are sometimes a little scared of moonshine, and they think it's kind of illicit. Or they want to share stories with me. It's iconic Americana kind of stuff. Old-timers will say 'I'm from Georgia, and it better be as good as the stuff from my grandpa's still."
— Tom Adams, chief financial officer, lead distiller, recipe developer, and mash master at Seven Troughs Distilling Co. in Sparks

 

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EDIBLE NOTABLES
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EDUCATION TAKES FLIGHT
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ONE NICKEL AT A TIME
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EDIBLE EVENTS
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CHEF’S TABLE
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COVER
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DRINKABLE RENO-TAHOE

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EDIBLE GARDEN
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EDIBLE TRADITIONS
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WHAT’S IN SEASON
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EAT LOCAL GUIDE
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THE LAST BITE
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