Been following us a minute? Then you know our passion is whiskey. And what is Bourbon but corn-loving USA whiskey (not relegated to Kentucky, as many believe.) Here are two ways to learn a little more about the God’s drink…and enjoy it around the south.
Attend Whiskey’s of the World
It’s coming Nov 2, 2018 to the Intercontinental in Buckhead. Stay tuned for more information, but mark your calendar to join us at the conference and take a Masterclass.
Watch an Incredible Bourbon Documentary
NEAT: The Story of Bourbon is one of the best documentaries on Netflix right now. In fact, I would challenge you to watch it even if you’re not a Bourbon drinker…there is just so much to appreciate about the origins of this spirit and how it’s the proving ground for America’s true freedom from England during colonial times.
Visit one of the Best Bourbon Bars in the South
The Bourbon Review just dropped their list of the best Bourbon Bars in the country. Here are the ones you can easily get to from our neck of the woods.
The criteria? Plenty of top-shelf options, creative cocktails showing off the honey & gold, and educational opportunities offered to their patrons.
Drink Up in Georgia
Mac McGee, Decatur GA
Local Three Kitchen & Bar, Atlanta GA
Southern Art & Bourbon Bar, Atlanta GA
Yardbird Southern Table and Bar, Miami FL
C.W.S Bar + Kitchen, Lake Worth FL
Brick City Southern Kitchen & Whiskey Bar, Ocala FL
Old Hickory Whiskey Bar, Pensacola FL
Poison Girl, Houston TX
The Standard Pour, Dallas TX
Social Southern Table and Bar, Lafayette LA
Kenton’s, New Orleans LA
Dickie Brennan’s Bourbon House, New Orleans LA
Front Street Brewery, Wilmington NC
The Crunkleton, Chapel Hill NC
Husk, Charleston SC
Husk, Nashville TN
Patterson House, Nashville TN
The 404 Kitchen, Nashville TN
Whiskey Kitchen, Nashville TN
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