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Belle Meade Bourbon with Charlie Nelson
Belle Meade Bourbon is coming to Seven Grand! The Charlie Nelson of Nelson's Green Brier Distillery in Nashville, TN is their special guest Monday, September 24th for an incredible evening of newly released special cask finished bourbons. Charlie will tell you all there is to know about the distillery his great-great-great grandfather founded in the 1800s and taste you through Belle Meade Bourbon, his Cognac Cask Finish, Madeira Cask Finish, Sherry Cask Finish, and finishing with his Cask Strength Reserve. If you've ever wanted to know what one of Nashville's most celebrated distilleries is all about and find out more about that label that's been catching your eye on liquor store shelves from the man who brought a family distillery back to life, mark your calendar. Seven Grand charges $15pp for the class, payable at the bar. Please use the URL below to RSVP to Seven Grand to let you know you're planning to attend. Thanks! https://www.213calendar.com/events/bellemeade

Seven Grand Whiskey Bar

405 E. 7th Street · Austin, TX

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This is a group for people who are at least 21 and interested in Scotch, both single malt Scotch whisky, and blended Scotch whisky. If you like Scotch and live in the Austin area, this is the group for you. We may, from time to time, have other whisky related events, but the main focus is Scotch whisky. We have meetups where people can learn about and taste Scotch and other whisky. Even if you are new to trying and loving Scotch or are an expert who can identify which bottling a certain single malt is from with a mere whiff, you will be able to enjoy what we have planned for our events and sharing our appreciation of this time honored spirit. When drinking and learning about Scotch, a person is embarking on a journey that will take them along the clear waters of the River Spey, the rugged mountains of the gorgeous Highlands, and the legendary Isle of Islay, all in one glorious place: Scotland! (We may even venture to Japan and even America for some Scottish style whisky being crafted in these places!) The clear water of Scotland, the barley, the peat and the yeast create it; time and the Scottish air, full of the sea, smoke and heather, caress it and lovingly nurture it, and the barrels finish the process providing color and flavors from beginning to end. We give the Angel's their share, and raise our drams in fellowship and love of the precious spirit once known as uisge beatha, but loved the world over as Scotch Whisky.

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