Built on tradition, family-owned company Ferino Distillery will soon house a cocktail bar, coffee bar, and retail shop in addition to a fully-functioning distillery in the summer of 2019. Located at 541 East Fourth Street, they’re inviting the community to be involved by launching a campaign: Drinks for Life.
Drinks for Life is a program that rewards anyone who invests $100 or more with one free drink per month for life at Ferino Distillery. This is a one-time offer to help with the launch and is not something that will be repeated.
“The story of our company has always been tied to the story of our family,” said Joe Cannella, Founder and Master Distiller. “The bigger the community support is with this campaign, the bigger the Ferino family!”
This program is broken up into four membership tiers and is designed to craft one free drink per month for life with special deals and limited-edition goods for individuals who want to be part of the Ferino family forever. The $200 level gives an invitation to an exclusive pre-launch party at the distillery before they are open to the public.
“Drinks for life might just be the best deal in town!” said Michael Moberly, National Brand Ambassador. “Having the help and support from the community to get the distillery opened means so much to us, being that we are a local family-owned business.”
Embracing the history of the Italian spice trade, Ferino produces three spirits: Cannella Cinnamon Cordial, Amaro Cannella, and Fernet Ferino all made with brandy, and a blend of unique botanicals and spices respectively. For every bottle of the Fernet Ferino sold, $1 will be donated to the Holland Project.
“Our family has been in Nevada for over 40 years, so this is both a homecoming for us and the start of a wonderful new adventure,” said Cannella.
To learn more about the Drinks for Life campaign, visit www.ferinodistillery.com, and stay up to date with the latest craft spirits.
About Ferino Distillery
The brand celebrates the rich history and legacy of Italian Spirits by producing classic Italian Amaro, Cordials, & Brandy. This story was born of curiosity about the history of our family name. “Cannella” is the Italian word for cinnamon. But its origin was a trade name – Cannellas were merchants in the ancient Italian spice trade, dealing in exotic flavors from around the world. It was this discovery during a trip to Sicily in 2010, and the retracing of our family roots, that led us to discover “
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