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House-Infusion Project
What goes with Pizza – beer.  What goes with beer – WHISKEY.  And that’s how it all started.  Our own unique “Whiskey Infusion Project”. Two flavors infused over 3-5 days that results in an expression of whiskey that you didn’t know could taste so good!  Whiskey enthusiasts love it – and best of all  – it was created for the non-whiskey lovers to bring you over the other side of the spirit world!  Cherry Vanilla or Peach Cinnamon – You’ve gotta come in and try them!


Whiskey Infusion Cocktails

Cherry-Vanilla Cocktails:

Cherry Basil Lemonade: $7.5
Cherry Whiskey, Lemonade, Basil, Soda

Buffalo Side Car: $7.5
Cherry Whiskey, Cointreau, Sweet & Sour

Cherry Vanilla Coke: $6
Cherry Whiskey, Cola in pint glass

FlatIron Manhattan: $7.5
Cherry Whiskey, Amaretto, Dry Vermouth, Angostura Bitters

Peach-Cinnamon Cocktails:

Peach Whiskey Sour: $6.5
Peach Whiskey, Ernie’s House Sour, Soda

Infused Blonde: $7
Peach Whiskey, Dry Dock Apricot Blonde

Peach Smash: $7.5
Peach Whiskey, Chase Elderflower, Mint, Lime, Soda

Fuzzy Slammer: $6.5
Peach Whiskey, Amaretto, Orange Juice



Whiskey Vault: Rares & Reserves

Sazerac Rye (90 proof): $12
Clove, cinnamon, rye on nose. Warm dry body with spices of ginger, peppermint and caramel. Quick finish with a hint of apple.

Willett Rye (108.1 proof): $15
Mint and Pumpernickel bread nose.  Maple and cinnamon flavors with a finish of vanilla and oak.

Thomas Handy Sezerac (126.9 proof): $25
Flavors of toffee, fig cake, and candied fruit, followed by mint, cinnamon and clove.  The finish ultimately reveals subtle notes of allspice, coconut and nutmeg.

Laws Hordeum Straight Malt, “Batch #1” (85 proof) $28
Hordeum is wild barley grass that gives this a nutty flavor, hints of stewed fruit with a sweet malt backbone, aged 3 years in white American oak.

Laws Secale Rye #8 “Cask Strength” (138 proof): $30
Barrel aged, only 30 bottles produced. This bottle is number 8.

Laws 4-Grain Straight Bourbon “Bottled in Bond” (100 proof): $32
1st bourbon “bonded” in Colorado in over 100 years.  This bourbon is true to the bottled in bond act of 1887, it’s 4 years old, aged in a federally bonded facility.

William Larue Weller (135 proof): $32
Uncut, unfiltered, Kentucky Straight Bourbon, full, sophisticated.  Limited edition.

Hibiki Harmony (86 proof) $35
Blend of 10 malt and grain whiskies aged up to about 20 years in plum liqueur casks, kiss of sherry and candied citrus notes, “Hibiki” means “Harmony.”

Hibiki 12yr (86 proof): $40
This Japanese Whiskey has aromas of pineapple, plum, honey and hibiscus.  Flavors of banana, pomegranate, custard and peppercorn.  



Featured Whiskeys


American, Bourbon and Tennessee Style

Jim Beam, Kentucky: $6.50
Vanilla, walnut.

Seagrams 7, American: $6
Nose offering smokey, herbal and honey/maple elements.

Buffalo Trace, Kentucky: $6.5
Vanilla, honey, mint.

Bulliet Bourbon, Kentucky: $7
Oaky, smoky, vanilla.

Jack Daniel’s, Tennessee: $7
Charcoal, maple.

Tincup, American: $7.5
Spicy rye notes, smooth finish.

Weller 12yr, Kentucky: $6
A sweet nose with a presence of caramel. Tasting notes of honey, butterscotch and a soft woodiness.

Eagle Rare 10yr, Kentucky: $8
Oak, candied almond, cocoa.

Maker’s Maker’s Mark 46, Kentucky: $9
Velvety caramel, seared French oak.

Four Roses Single Barrel, Kentucky: $9.5
Fruity, spicy, floral, caramel, vanilla, cocoa, maple syrup, moderately woody.

1792 Ridgemont Reserve, Kentucky: $10
High rye, apple, oak/coffee finish.

Angel’s Envy Port Barrel, Kentucky: $10
Candied tangerine, toffee, spice.

Blanton’s Single Barrel, Kentucky: $10
Caramel, pepper, cinnamon.

 Bookers, Kentucky: $13
Robust vanilla and caramel notes; slightly smoky. 


Jim Beam Rye, Kentucky: $5.50
Spicy aroma, vanilla, oak.

Bulliet Rye, Kentucky: $7
Toffee spice, leather.

Rittenhouse Rye, Kentucky: $7
Nose is sweet with honey, oak and vanilla. The body is big and buttery. Notes of cocoa, raisins and an incredible spiciness.

Templeton Rye, Iowa: $11.5
Cinnamon, white pepper, clove.

Whistle Pig 10yr 100% Rye, Vermont: $15.5
Butterscotch, clove, nutmeg.


Alberta Rye, Dark Batch $7.50
Buttery, smooth, spicy pepper notes

Canadian Club: $6
Spicy and zesty with hints of rich oak and sweet vanilla.

Crown Royal: $6.5
Delicately smooth and creamy with hints of oak and the sweet flavor of vanilla.



Nikka Coffey Grain: $12
Light bodied with notes of cinnamon, orange and papaya.


Matt Rabbitt “Bravo Zulo”: $6
Translates to “well done”, made of 51% corn

Breckenridge Bourbon, Colorado: $8.5
White pepper, toasted banana.

Stranahan’s: $10
Non-chill filtered and well built in small batches.

Stranahan’s Diamond Peak: $12
Single malt whisky, hand crafted in small batches.

A.D Laws Triticum Wheat: $11.5
Wheat whiskey, exceptionally smooth with notes of fruit, caramel and baking spices.

A.D. Laws 4 Grain Bourbon: $12.5
Notes of chewy leather, totasted wheat, caramel, vanilla, spicy rye, and buttered almonds dominate the palate, and lead to a finish accented by touches of spicy rye and moist tobacco.

A.D. Laws Secale Straight Rye: $9.50
Rich flavors and layered complexity refine its characteristic regional terroir.


Tullamore Dew, County Offaly: $6.5
Light pear, floral.

Bushmills, County Antrim: $6.5
Toffee, honey.

Jameson, County Cork: $7
Sherry, orange, spice.

Red Breast, County Cork: $9.5
Spice, sherry, toasty oak.

Scotch Single Malts

Dewars Blended: $6
A swirl of honey, with a sprig of Scottish heather. Rich, golden and warm. Clean, fresh vanilla, with a slice of pear. Soft, fruity and well rounded.

Johnny Walker Red Blended: $6.5
Hints of cinnamon and pepper, fruity sweetness and a mellow bed of vanilla. Long smokey finish.

Johnny Walker Black Blended: $9
Intense sweet vanillas, orange zest and aromas of spice and raisins. The finish layered with rich smoke, peat and malt.

The Glenlivet 12yr, Speyside: $9
Floral, honey-pear harmony.

Auchentoshan American Oak, Lowland: $11
Sweet aromas of vanilla and coconut.  Smooth and delicate.

Auchentoshan Three Wood, Lowland: $11
Fruit and brown sugar. Hazelnut with hints of cinnamon and lemon. A butterscotch sweetness.

Oban 14yr, Highland: $13.5
Fig, spice, smoky malt.

Ardbeg 10yr, Islay: $13.5
Intense peat, smoke, pear, almond.

Glenmorangie Nectar D’Or, Highland: $15.5
White peach, coconut, spice.

Laphroaig 10yr, Islay: $11
Bold, smoky taste, followed by a hint of seaweed and a surprising sweetness.

Highland Park 18yr, Island: $16.5
Rich, honey-peat harmony.

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