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Negroni Week Is June 5-11

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The 2017 Negroni Week T-shirts are here! Designed by Portland artist Michelle Mark, this year's tees are super-soft and comfy as always, and through Negroni Week, 10% of every shirt sale will

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We're excited to announce some new changes to Negroni Week for 2017. This year's venue sign-up process includes two new features: an upfront donation and a curated list of charities.

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Download the 2017 Passport Guide

The Negroni Week Passport, sponsored by Beefeater Gin, features 10 participating bars in 10 cities across the U.S., all serving Negronis for a great cause during Negroni Week.

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Charity Spotlights

Headquartered in Boston, Lovin’ Spoonfuls facilitates the recovery and distribution of healthy, perishable food that would otherwise be discarded. Lovin’ Spoonfuls works efficiently to deliver this food directly to community organizations and resources where it can have the greatest impact.

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Banco de Alimentos helps feed 100,000 people a day, 76% of whom are children and teenagers. They reach them through 809 organizations based in the City of Buenos Aires and the 24 counties that make up Greater Buenos Aires.

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One More Wave gives wounded or disabled veterans access to surfing by providing them with customized surfing equipment and assistance.

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Negronis At Home

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A beachy play on the classic, this Negroni riff from Meghan Wright of Mazama Wares features soft Lillet Blanc...

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San Diego bartender Eric Gigers uses a simple salt solution to elevate the flavors of this 1:1:1 cocktail.

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Swapping in an aged gin for London dry makes for a sultry spin on the Negroni.

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