Distillery Hosts Bourbon 101 Tasting Series


Bottle Glamour ShotGarrison Brothers Distillery of Texas will host exclusive Bourbon 101 Tastings at Total Wine and More’s Tempe, Camelback, Glendale and Tucson locations.

Each two-hour, tasting session is $10 per person, and includes an in-person seminar with Charlie Garrison, of Garrison Brothers. The presentation will highlight the history of America’s greatest spirit, Prohibition and the liquor business in America as well as candid discussions about vodkas, brown vodkas, Scotch Whisky and Straight Bourbon Whiskey.

Guests will be treated to an in-depth assessment of two releases of Garrison Brothers award-winning sweet-mashed vintage bourbon as well as a taste of their Single Barrel bourbon, while learning proper whiskey nosing and tasting techniques. Light appetizers and gift bags will be distributed to all attendees. Scheduled events include the following dates and Total Wine and More Valley locations:

September 3, 6-8pm: 1670 East Camelback Road, Scottsdale3A0A6149

September 10, 6-8pm: 8544 South Emerald Drive, Tempe

September 23, 6-8pm: 17550 North 75th Avenue, Glendale

For reservations visit www.eventbrite.com, enter your location and search “Bourbon”.

Garrison Brothers is the first and oldest legal whiskey distillery in Texas and the first legal bourbon distillery built outside of Kentucky and Tennessee since Prohibition.

Garrison Brothers Cowboy Bourbon was named “American Micro Whisky of the Year” by Jim Murray in the 2014 Whisky Bible. For more information visit www.garrisonbros.com.

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