The Garden & Gun Club at Stitzel-Weller Distillery tells BourbonBlog.com that the public 21+ and community of whiskey lovers are invited to its “Bourbon Block Party” this Friday, January 27 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Shively, Kentucky distillery. I couldn’t be more thrilled for a number of reasons…
First off, the event is free to attend (21+ of course – the music and cover are free. Otherwise, cash bar and food).
Second, one of my favorite bars from Texas – and one of the finest houses of cocktails and whiskey in the county – The Roosevelt Room of Austin, Texas will be mixing up cocktails.
Additionally, it celebrates the launch of the first-ever Texas issue of Garden & Gun magazine. I have seriously followed this magazine for years, especially since I was first interviewed by the magazine about cocktails and Bourbon in this article.
Then, to top it off, live Americana-Bluegrass music from The Crabgrass Conspiracy.
Texas-based mixologist Matthew Korzelius, co-owner of The Roosevelt Room, will feature Blade & Bow Bourbon Whiskey cocktails inspired by the Lone Star State
“We’ll be rocking a couple originals called the Buck to the Future and the Take a “Bow”, both utilizing Blade & Bow Bourbon Whiskey,” Korzelius (pictured below) tells me. “The former shaken, the latter stirred. Both contain the soul of a classic but the spirit of something entirely new.”
Explore what might be one of Louisville’s best-kept secrets and enjoy the inviting and intimate, Garden & Gun Club at Stitzel-Weller Distillery in Shively, Kentucky, while taking a trip to the Lone Star State.
This premier cocktail bar and lounge bring the defining Southern lifestyle brand to life with a curated menu of elevated cocktails and a modern take on some of our favorite classic Southern dishes.
Authentic bites from the I Love Tacos food truck will also be available for sale in addition to artisan goods from some of Texas’s finest small businesses and local makers.
Article by Bourbon expert Tom Fischer, and founder of BourbonBlog.com
Photo of Matthew Korzeliu: credit Alexander Miller