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This is the first release by Freddie Noe, the 30-year-old, 8th-generation descendant of Jim Beam founder Jacob Beam, who has crafted a blend of 4-year-old straight bourbon, 13-year-old corn whiskey, plus malt and rye whiskeys.
Sponsors include Knob Creek rye whiskey and Effen vodka, so restaurants with liquor licenses will be featuring cocktails with those spirits.
Inspired by a pre-prohibition era American cocktail that was endorsed for its medicinal qualities—the hot toddy if its time—the rock & rye balances sweet orange and floral honey with the spice of rye whiskey.
For this reason, lots of cognac cocktails share their base with rye whiskey or another comparably spicy, aggressive spirit.
Serve a sweet and savory caramelized onion, brie and peach panini with the bold, and rounded flavors of the classic Manhattan cocktail made with rye whiskey, bitters and a dash of sweet vermouth.
Sales of bourbon, Tennessee whiskey and rye whiskey reached $3.1 billion last year, up around 8% from 2015, according to the Distilled Spirits Council.
Its Barrel-Aged Sweet Potato Soufflé Rye (10% alcohol by volume) is a strong ale brewed with sweet potatoes, cinnamon, nutmeg and lactose and aged in rye whiskey barrels.
Wednesday Sip and learn about rye whiskey from Woodford Reserve and Jack Daniel's during happy hour 4 to 6 p.m. at the Rumpus Room, 1030 N. Water St.
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