Interested in some not only good, but rare bourbon? Line up to get your taste when St. Charles Exchange hosts The Bourbon Review’s 5th anniversary gala July 25.

The event, which runs from 5:30-8 p.m. includes enjoy Prohibition-era bourbon cocktails finger foods, and $5 bourbon flights of Buffalo Trace, Blanton’s, Woodford Reserve, Maker’s Mark, Four Roses, Michter’s & Town Branch.  The gala will also include rare Bourbon pours from 6 to 7pm, during which two bottles will be poured from the Single Oak Project at Buffalo Trace Distillery (from barrels #5 and #50), an extremely rare treat for aficionados.
The private party will celebrate The Bourbon Review’s fifth year as the Bluegrass’ preeminent quarterly publication on all things Bourbon and include live music by Billy Goat Strut.
Pre-sale tickets to this private event are available for $45 (click here to order online) or can for purchase at the door ($50). Ticket price includes two drink tickets and complimentary hors d’oeuvre such as suckling pig pulled pork, shrimp and grits, bourbon barrel ale cheese, and St. Charles Exchange’s famous devilled eggs and duck fat fries.
Sound good?
This makes it even better: A portion of the evening’s proceeds will benefit APRON, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide financial relief to professional food and beverage industry workers in the Louisville area who are experiencing financial distress due to illness, injury or other issues.
The Bourbon Review is the premier bourbon lifestyle magazine, highlighting the history and current trends of Bourbon Country and beyond.