Hit the sauce at Whiskey Business tomorrow night


Looking to get sauced this Saturday night? MT's signature event, Whiskey Business will take over Royal Oak Farmers Market tomorrow night for a night of whiskey drinking, dancing, and generally revelry.

Whiskey Business, a whiskey tasting event, will feature over 90 different whiskeys. Guests get a commemorative glass and a handful of tickets that will grant them samples to some of the world's best brands. 

It's a fun, laid-back event that both whiskey lovers and novices can really get into. 

There will also be food to line your belly, but we do suggest you eat first. Word to the wise, it's easy to get wasted when you're taking ten straight samples of whiskey. 

Tickets are nearly sold out, so if you're thinking of going, we suggest buying tickets now. Tickets are $50 for general admission, which lets you drink from 7:30-11 p.m. VIP is $70 and gets you an extra hour before doors open to mull about and sip special whiskeys that won't be available during the grand tasting. 

Click here for tickets and more info. 

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