Randall’s is again the official retailer for Whiskey In The Winter! The event will feature over 250 whiskies from around the world along with great whiskey cocktails, whiskey-inspired food stations, and educational seminars from whiskey industry experts. The event will be held on November 20, 2015 from 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Downtown St. Louis.
For more information on the event, and to purchase tickets,
We are happy to welcome Peter Wilkins from International Beverage Company. He will be conducting a Scotch Tasting on Oct 15 starting at 7pm. We will be tasting:
Cost is $5 per person. VIP Members and their guests are free but we do require reservations. Call 636-527-1002 for reservations.
Big Jake White Dog Whiskey
*Made from 95% rye mash, 5% barley
*White, un-aged, and crafted from the tightest Hearts cuts in our distillation process
*Tastes great on its own or as a foundation for some of the most classic cocktails,
such as: a Manhattan, Old Fashioned, or Sazerac
Legend – “Whiskey fueled the men who settled the West, but they did not venture out alone. Therefore, we humbly present our tribute to man’s best friend: Big Jake White Dog Whiskey. This smooth and surprisingly flavorful un-aged whiskey is proudly named after our own distillery mascot: Jake. So pour yourself a glass and give thanks for our faithful, furry companions!”
The French Connection Stillwater has been collaborating up a storm in Europe, with Italy, Spain, and France. His new collaboration with 3 different breweries in France is called “The French Connection
Traditional. A classification for the farmhouse ales of France and their sometimes-untraditional new-world counterparts. Bière de Garde is today generally a warm fermented strong pale ale – sometimes blonde, sometimes amber, and has much in common with Belgium ales. Medium bodied with hints of caramel or toffee. Cellared smell and flavor are characteristics. The name means “beer for keeping.
Initially only available on draft. Draft version brewed in Irvine, bottled version brewed in San Jose.
Our Tripel pours a hazy deep gold with a creamy head. Upfront aromas of fresh plums, orange, white flowers and a hint of hay evolve into aromas of caramel malt and cola as the glass warms. A very balanced flavor profile and a creamy mouthfeel lead into a light malt sweetness with a final transition into a hint of warming alcohol and soft drying bitterness.
Calvados Coquerel Fine
Normandy has been famous for its apples for thousands of years. One myth from the ancient Gauls claimed that Venus sowed the seeds of the first apple orchards in the region. Calvados is believed to date back to the 16th century when distillers of wine began experimenting with cider, the traditional drink of Normandy. Then in 1588, a ship from the Spanish Armada ran aground in Normandy. It’s name, “El Calvador” became the namesake for this fine product. Located near the timeless Mont Saint Michel, Domaine du Coquerel was founded in 1937. It takes over 13 pounds of apples to make a 750 milliliter bottle of Calvados Coquerel. It is the #2 Calvados in the world. Coquerel Fine is a blend of calvados aged a minimum of 3 years. It makes a fine aperitif, digestif, and is also an excellent ingredient for cocktails.
Join us Wednesday Feb 13 for our next meeting of the Manchester Whisk(e)y Club. We will focus on Bourbon. Our special guest will be Joe Cavataio from Jim Beam. The event will start at 7pm. Cost is $10. Advance reservations are required. Call 636-527-1002