Limited tickets still remain for the 2016 Franklin Distiller’s Dinner from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 10, at the Westhaven Residents Club.

The evening of specially prepared courses and paired cocktails will benefit The Realtor Good Works Foundation – an organization created by members of the Williamson County Association of Realtors to provide need- and merit-based scholarships to graduating seniors in the county.

Area sponsors, including Green Brier Distillery, Speakeasy Spirits and A. Marshall Family Foods will come together to craft a unique and inviting menu.

“We will have straight tastes of our whiskies available, as well as some excellent cocktail pairings throughout the evening,” said Andy Nelson, VP and Head Distiller at Green Brier Distillery. “This is a very exciting time in American whiskey and a particularly exciting time for Nashville whiskey.”

Dinner will be served across five courses by A. Marshall Family Foods, which operates multiple Nashville area concepts including multiple Puckett’s locations, Scout’s Pub in Westhaven, and Homestead Manor in Thompson’s Station.

“We are thrilled to have partnered with Westhaven and the Franklin Distiller’s Dinner,” said Rachel Layton, director of marketing at A. Marshall Family Foods. “Being hyper-focused on local products ourselves, we were honored to work alongside these incredible distillers from right here in Middle Tennessee. There’s something magical that happens when you strike the prefect balance between a well-crafted spirit and a culinary experience.”

For more information, visit www.westhaven.com/events.

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