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Colorado distillery will get new following from ‘Star Trek: Picard’

Colorado distillery will get new following from ‘Star Trek: Picard’

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Two weeks in the past, NOCO Distillery founder and grasp blender Sebastien Gavillet was going about his regular life.

Now he is commissioning customized bottle corks affixed with Star Trek collectible figurines. Life — and, in Gavillet’s case, some opportune product placement — positive comes at you quick.

It began April 6, when a bottle of the Fort Collins distillery’s “Bourbon II” whiskey appeared on the newest season of Paramount+ sequence “Star Trek: Picard.” 

The bottle, which was proven throughout a bar scene in episode six, appeared on display screen for a couple of seconds — simply lengthy sufficient for followers to pause and make out its title, batch, cask, bottle numbers, the distillery’s brand and hometown: Fort Collins, Colorado.

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