We have been running our Tuesdays for the Industry specials for the past couple of months and have loved the feedback we’re getting from you all, so we’re continuing Tuesday industry nights throughout the month of September and into October!
In case you’re new here, every Tuesday night we offer a special menu consisting of a few $8 approachable classic cocktails highlighting the spirit of the week, as well as a $6 boilermaker with a shot of the spirit and a pairing of draft beer. For each drink sold from the menu, $1 will go towards the staff of a local bar that has been shut down during coronavirus pandemic-related state closures.
This month, all proceeds will be going towards William & Company (aka Wilco), a beloved Person Street bar and hang out with excellent craft cocktails, beer, and wine. Our featured spirits for September are as follows:
September 1 – Woodinville Straight Bourbon Whiskey
A small-batch bourbon made with traditionally grown corn, rye, and malted barley cultivated exclusively on the Omlin Family farm in Quincy, Washington.
September 8 – Don Julio (featuring Blanco and Reposado)
Don Julio’s signature blanco tequila boasts a crisp agave flavor with hints of citrus, while their reposado evokes a more mellow, elegant flavor. Both are great for shots and cocktails alike!
September 15 – Ketel One
One of the world’s best-selling premium vodkas, Ketel One is made using European wheat and a combination of modern and traditional distilling techniques. The final product is exceptionally crisp yet soft to finish.
September 22 – Old Forester (featuring the family of 100 proof, 1910, 1897, and Statesman)
Fun fact: Old Forester is the world’s first bottled bourbon. The brand of Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey comes in various proofs, each with a unique character.
September 29 – Woodford Reserve (featuring the standard Woodford and Double Oaked)
Produced in Woodford County, Kentucky, this small-batch Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey is comprised of more than 200 flavor notes, ranging from bold grain and wood to sweet aromatics, spice, fruit, and floral.