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Rebecca Creek Tasting and Bottle Signing by Founder Steve Ison

Friday, October 19th 7-9pm

Based in San Antonio, Texas, the Rebecca Creek Distillery was founded in October of 2009 by Steve Ison. His vision and passion for high quality spirits led to building our distillery using a blend of old and new technology to produce some of the highest quality distilled spirits available in the ultra premium category

We will be sampling:

Rebecca Creek Whiskey

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Russell’s Reserve Bourbon Tasting

Saturday, October 20th 12-3pm 

Russell’s Reserve Single Barrel Bourbon is matured in only the deepest No.4 “alligator” char, American White Oak barrels handpicked by our master distillers. Individually bottles at 110 proof and non-chill filters to guarantee maximum flavor, each barrel has its own unique personality yet still captures our signature rich, creamy toffee and vanilla taste.


Join us for a sampling of:

Russell’s Reserve 10 year

Russell’s Reserve Single Barrel

Russell’s Reserve Single Barrel

Russell’s Reserve 6 year Rye


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Deep Eddy Vodka Tasting

Saturday, October 20th 2018 3-6pm

Born in Austin, Deep Eddy Vodka is handcrafted in our Texas distillery by a team serious about creating a great spirit. Our vodkas are column-distilled 10 times using corn, the finest Texas water and natural flavors. Nothing but smooth, clean vodka reaches the bottle to deliver an award winning taste.

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Glenglassaugh Scotch Tasting


Friday, October 26th 7-9pm $10.00

Glenglassaugh Distillery, at the east end of the beautiful Sandend Bay, was founded by Col. James Moir in 1875. He quickly established a reputation for making a quality whisky and the company prospered.
He ran the distillery with his two nephews until 1892, when Glenglassaugh was purchased by Highland Distillers. After being completely re-built in 1960, the distillery continued to produce whisky until 1986 when it was mothballed. 

The distillery sat silent for over 20 years until it was purchased by a group of investors and started production again in December 2008. In 2013, the BenRiach Distillery Company took over Glenglassaugh distillery with the intention to bring this iconic distillery fully back to life by giving it the investment, commitment and care it deserves.

Glenglassaugh is produced using the highest quality of Scottish barley and traditional distilling methods, our key focus being on quality. While many distilleries have become highly automated, here at Glenglassaugh our spirit is still handcrafted by a small, highly skilled team dedicated to creating the highest quality product. Only the finest casks are selected to slowly mature our precious spirit in our coastal warehouses until it is ready.


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Paired with cheese and charcuterie.

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Belle Isle Moonshine Tasting

Saturday, October 27th 12-3

Moonshine has gotten a bad rap over the years, but we’re out to spread the good word (and good moonshine). So how did this all start?

We’ve got to go back to the beginning, when early settlers in Virginia first began experimenting with native corn. Colonists quickly found that corn made for better beer - much better than the British ale they were used to. And after a few runs of corn through a shabby still, the corn whiskey “moonshine” was born.

Fast-forward a few years, where moonshine faded from popularity as barrel-aged whiskies became all the rage. Why? By aging spirits, they could mask the harsh flavors of unperfected moonshine.

It wasn’t until 1860s that moonshine would come back into the public eye, all thanks to Civil War soldiers taking a surplus of corn rations and elevating the moonshine distilling process by using copper kettles as higher quality stills. Where did this happen? On none other than Belle Isle itself.

With Prohibition following a few decades later, what Virginia knew and loved as moonshine became synonymous with all sorts of unregulated, untaxed, and impure distillates being distributed illegally throughout the country. By the time Prohibition was all said and done, the word “moonshine” had left a bad taste in everyone’s mouth.

That’s why, when brothers-in-law Vince Riggi and Brian Marks sat down together over a drink in 2013, they realized their dream of seeing moonshine on the shelf and in the hands of people everywhere. And not moonshine like we’ve come to know it; they dreamed up a premium moonshine, made using the same techniques passed down by our American ancestors, distilled from 100% organic corn, and made with only the best ingredients.

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Espolon Tequila and Day of the Dead Celebration!

Wednesday, October 31st 6-8pm 

Join us for a tasting and Day of the Dead Celebration!!

We will be sampling:

Espolón Blanco

Espolón Reposado

Espolón Anejo

Call Hillary at the Doraville store (770) 458-3272 for more information.