5/20/2013 04:31:00 PM

The 10 Hottest Places to Drink Whiskey Around the U.S.

Distillers in America have been creating whiskey for over 200 years, and even George Washington produced his own in Mount Vernon. From bourbon to Tennessee and corn whiskeys, we have hundreds of options to choose from. But aside from the American Whiskey Trail, where can you go to sample them? From honky-tonk bars to refined lounges and hole-in-the-wall dives, plenty of establishments offer menus chock-full of dark and spicy rye, sweet and buttery bourbons and sharp whiskeys for you to sample neat, on the rocks or in a craft cocktail. Check them out in the slide show.

7 comments :

  1. woot! bull and bush got a shout out! nom nom nom, they also have great monthly deals, highly recommended

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  2. Old Kentucky Bourbon Bar in Covington needs some love.

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Old-Kentucky-Bourbon-Bar/371830236162634

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    1. Thanks for the suggestion! As a Covington, I especially like this!

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  3. No Butcher and The Boar in Minneapolis?

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  4. Check out Drink Deck destination guides for top bars offering one of a kind discounts http://thedrinkdeck.com

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  5. Copper Whiskey, Bozeman, MT

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