Outside Lands descends on, well the “Outside Lands” of San Francisco for the 4th time this Friday thru Sunday – August 12 – 14. The festival, held in Golden Gate Park is bigger and better this year having added EcoLand, DJ Dome, Freak/Comedy Tent (The Barbary) and a ton more food and wine. Food is scattered through out the the entire venue, so you are never far from some eats. They have even created a … Read more
Hopefully dad appreciates you just the way you are, but these items can’t hurt in helping him love you just a little bit more …
Highland Park 50
With only 275 bottles produced, this prestigious edition is set to become an exclusive collectors’ item.
Bottled at 44.8% ABV, Highland Park 50 Years Old is a vatting of five refill oak casks distilled in 1960. This higher proof brings out richness of this special whisky.
Each … Read more
We love burgers for Memorial Day and these Maker’s Mark laden beef bombs take it to the next level. Created by brothers Hiassam and Ali Beydoun of the acclaimed NYC food truck Frites N’ Meats. Heard they had a little accident. Hope everything is OK.
Prep time: 4 hours.
Cook time: 3 hours.
4 six-oz Kobe beef hamburger patties (regular ground beef can be substituted)
½ cup plus 2 tsp Maker’s Mark… Read more
Father-son distillers partner with Operation Once in a Lifetime to raise funds to send servicemen and women home for Father’s Day. During the month of June, Russell’s Reserve will donate a portion of its sales to Operation Once in a Lifetime (OOIAL). The donation will help OOIAL provide financial assistance to allow men and women of the armed forces the opportunity to fly home and spend some much deserved time with their families.
Angel’s Envy is a new entrant in the bourbon market launched in 2010 by Lincoln Henderson, a master distiller with over 40 years in the business. Angel’s Envy has many unique qualities from its distiller to its finish in port barrels to its bottle inspired by early 20th century whiskey bottles. Each bottle is stamped with a set of angel’s wings, which are more commonly seen on the backs of strippers these days than bottles … Read more
The market for Pisco hasn’t been this good in the United States since prohibition started. Unfortunately for Pisco, prohibition all but killed Pisco (and Pisco cocktails) in the United States. Fortunately, Pisco has been making a strong comeback over the last decade One of the newest entrants, Pisco Portón is being brought to the market by the Hacienda La Carvedo, the oldest continuous operating distillery in the Americas, which has been in operation since 1684 … Read more