whiskey

Federal American Grill is known for its extensive selection of whiskeys, over 500 by their count, and starting this Wednesday, January 10th they will share their knowledge with the local community. The north Scottsdale restaurant that opened a year ago has scheduled has 8 weekly tastings scheduled through the first week of March and will feature domestic brands and will whiskey, rye & bourbon. Learn and taste the difference of each and how their sipped on by themselves or in an Old Fashioned, Manhattan and other whiskey cocktails.

Whiskey Wednesdays line-up

January 10: Makers Mark – Attendees will taste Makers 46 Old Fashioned as well as a flight made up of Makers, Makers 46, and Makers Cask Strength 109.4. Hot appetizers will also be available. $40

January 17: Yellowstone – Attendees will get a welcome cocktail as well as a tasting of Yellowstone & Yellowstone Toasted Rye. Hot appetizers will also be available. $35

January 24: Four Branches Bourbon – Presented by founder Mike Trott, attendees will receive a welcome cocktail and a Four Branches Bourbon tasting. $25

January 31: Woodford Reserve – Taste a Barrel Aged Old Fashioned as well as a flight of Federal Barrel, Woodford Malted and Woodford Sonoma Triple. $40

February 21: Jack Daniels – Enjoy a welcome cocktail and a flight of Jack Bonded, Triple Mash and Bonded Rye. Hot appetizers will also be available. $30

February 28: Luxco Brands featuring Penelope – Attendees will have a tasting flight of Toasted Rye, Toasted Bourbon, Straight Bourbon, and Architect. $50

 March 6: Whistle Pig Flight – Attendees will have a tasting flight of Federal Piggyback Rye, Summerstock, 12YR and Whistle Pig 18. Hot appetizers will also be available. $80

Each event begins at 5:30 p.m. and reservations are suggested and can be made by calling 602-857-5555. Walk-ins are welcome.

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