Save the date: Metro Times' Hall of Whiskey returns to the Fisher Building

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ASHLEY TOODLE
  • Ashley Toodle

Forget the boughs of holly. 'Tis the season to deck the halls with whiskey as Metro Times' annual scotch, bourbon and, whiskey tasting event returns to the stunning lobby of the Fisher Building for a pre-holiday soiree.

This year's Hall of Whiskey will take place Friday, Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. From Bulleit to Crown Royal to Jack Daniels, the list of distilled drinks is still growing to include more rare sips and surprises. Crooner Ben Sharkey will provide live entertainment as will DJ Danny D, and all tickets include whiskey-paired bites supplied by Royal Oak's Bistro 82.


Not to brag, but we're proud to report that last year's Hall of Whiskey sold out. Tickets are now on sale here for $45, which includes 10 drink tickets. VIP tickets are also available for $100 and secure your spot in an exclusive VIP area, valet parking, plus a tasting glass and access to top-tier pours.

For more information, visit MTHallofWhiskey.com.



A portion of the event's proceeds will benefit the Attic Theater Company.

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