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Lea DeLaria Celebrates Pride with Ketel One

In the midst of Pride month last night’s event that DO NOT disappoint.   Leading up to the big weekend, last night’s hysterical event was hosted by Ketel One Family-Made Vodka and Pride Place for an Epic Night of Comedy at Samsung 837, featuring Lea DeLaria from Orange is The New Black, Cole Escoloa from Difficult People, and Stephen Guarino from The Big Gay Sketch Show.

Actor/singer/stand-up comedian/feminist, Lea DeLaria, rallied the crowd to raise their glasses toasting to Ketel One Family-Made Vodka’s commitment to the LGBTQ community elaborating, “We should love each other as a family.”


Guests were treated to an exhilarating evening of comedy and song while enjoying elevated Ketel One Family-Made Vodka cocktails – after all, as a longstanding, steadfast ally of the LGBTQ community, Ketel One Family-Made Vodka, is crafted in the Netherlands – the progressive country first to legalize marriage equality.

Ketel One Family-Made Vodka featured three signature “Ketel Your Pride” cocktails crafted with all-natural ingredients and locally-sourced produce:


·       Ketel Your Pride Watermelon – Ketel One Family-Made Vodka, fresh lime and watermelon juice, agave nectar, mint, and sea salt garnished with a mint sprig and watermelon spear

·       Ketel Your Pride Orange Smash – Ketel One Family-Made Vodka Oranje with soda, orange twist and basil leaf

·       Ketel Your Pride Citrus Berry – Ketel One Family-Made Vodka Citroen with soda, lemon twist and blackberries

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