Seven Grand’s Whiskey Society will enlighten you
With whiskey, as with war, there are known knowns, known unknowns, and unknown unknowns.
But unlike war, the unfathomable depths of brown can be revealed by a single man, and you can learn from him if you join Seven Grand’s Whiskey Society.
Meeting monthly in the Jackalope Room, a dimly-lit room deco'd with antler wall mounts, the Whiskey Society is run by SG’s spirit guide, Pedro Shanahan, who calls each meeting to order with a glass of Brown Derby punch.
Shanahan (and occasional guest hooch masters) then leads the club through whiskey flights, with stories for each hooch, e.g., how Old Fitzgerald was founded by a treasurer who would sneak into his company’s rickhouse and remove barrels for himself.
Annual membership is $120 (so, $10 a session for very, very generous pours) and, while sessions are limited to 35 tipplers, your membership gives you first notice and the option of bringing any +1 you desire.
Members are also invited to special events at Seven Grand, and for $200 you can receive a private tasting for eight of your friends.
Now you know.