Ever wondered what the phrase "Bottled-in-Bond" means on the label of a whiskey bottle? Ever wondered who Colonel E.H. Taylor, I. W. Bernheim, or even John G. Carlisle were? Ever wanted to do a blind whiskey tasting?
If the answer "yes" has graced your frontal lobe, join us on Monday, June 11th as we delve into the liquid history that is a bottled-in-bond whiskey. We will be blind tasting our way through both bottled-in-bond bourbons and ryes, discussing the questionable whiskey making practices that necessitated an act of congress (and occasionally led to blindness), and lifting our glasses to the hardworking distillers that championed the cause.
The evening will start at 7pm with a Bonded Punch followed by a 7:30 kick off for the blind tasting and historical hoedown hosted by your Spirit Guide, Tom. All for $15.
As always we begin with a Welcome Punch ready for sipping before the event. Once you arrive, please check in with our bartenders to gain access to the Whiskey Society and Mezcal Collective ($15 each). Although we are no longer offering annual memberships, if your annual membership is still in effect, please present your membership card or proof of card purchase to our bartenders so we can ensure your inclusion.