Journey through Texas’s brand new Whiskey Trail at the 2020 Houston Whiskey Social led by the Texas Whiskey Association
We will be hosting just 30 spots to taste through four different 40+ yr old bottles of Single malt scotch.
Nearly $15K dollars in bottles are being poured at this tasting during the VIP hour of the event at 5:30 pm
An absolutely incredible assortment of extremely rare Single Malts all included!!!!
This will be a venture through Some of Kentucky's high proof offerings from Beam.
In order to participate in this tasting you must visit the Beam Booth in Ballroom A and Win the opportunity to participate.
15 winners from the VIP hour and 15 winners from the General admission hour will win the opportunity to participate in the tasting at 8:15 pm.
Doug Kragel, The national educator for North American Whiskey for Diageo will be working through the IW Harper Portfolio as well as Blade and Bow 15.
There are only 30 spots available for this class. Sign up on the night of the event at 7pm at the Front Entrance to the event at check in.
The National Brand Ambassador for Makers Mark, Frank Krockenberger will be Walking you through the Barrel Finishing process for Maker's Mark Private Select with fresh Distillate at each stage of the finishing process.
Absolutely stunning offering and very exciting.
Only 30 spots available and you will need to Sign up the night of the event at the Makers Mark table.
The Tasting of Vintage bottles are on a first come first serve basis
with only 50 seats available.
The tasting will be held during the VIP hour starting at 6:15 pm.
Once you have been checked in at the door, proceed directly upstairs and down the hallway to the Tasting Room for the sign up sheet.
- 1970's 1 Gallon Early Times Old style Bourbon
- 1970's 1.75 Michter's King Tutankhamun 22k Gold Decanter
- 1980's Early times Bourbon 86 Proof
- 1960's Old Forester Bottled in Bond Decanter
- 1970's Old Taylor 86 proof (National Distillers)
- 1960's Glenlivet-Tomintoul Scotch Whisky
***Please note, that these bottles are very old and there is no way to tell the fill level exactly on some of the bottles. If for any reason a bottle runs out before all is served a replacement vintage will be served.