We’re continuing our short series on out-of-town bars with a look inside New York City’s Brandy Library.
Over the past few years, two of our more well-traveled members – Ryan Boyle and Lee Bullock – have raved about some “brandy bar” in New York City. At times, they have sent me pictures of their pours (none of which have been of brandy). The pours were nice, but it was tough to gauge the bar from the photos alone. Was there anything to their hype of this bar? On a recent trip to New York, I had the pleasure of sitting down for a cocktail to find out.
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Each summer, my family escapes to Estes Park, Colorado, for a reprieve from the Kansas weather. While the Stanley Hotel was an attraction we had always been familiar with, it was not until recently that Stanley Hotel Whiskey Bar became an attraction of its own.
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Limited edition releases are all the rage today. What was once designated only to the fall and winter months is now a year-long schedule of various limited release whiskeys.
So, it should not surprise us when a company declares that its entire product line will be solely comprised of limited edition release whiskeys.
Enter the Barrell Bourbon company (despite its name, Barrell Bourbon also releases American whiskey, rye, and rum).
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