Bourbon Heritage Month
September is National Bourbon Heritage Month in the United States. This month-long observation celebrates the history and ingenuity of the Bourbon industry, which started in and is still 95% contained in the state of Kentucky. What was once an agricultural product designed to preserve crops has evolved to a world-renowned and highly sought after badge of honor for Kentucky and the United States.
There is much reason to celebrate, and here at Cask Republic Stamford we sure intend too. As We feature and highlight Bourbon inside and outside the state of Kentucky. You’ll Find listed some of our favorites here at Cask Republic Stamford.
If your not in the mood for Bourbon, you can also sip and enjoy from our wide variety of Whiskeys, Ryes, and Scotches. We have just over 175 in house.
How ever you like it, neat, on the rocks, in a cocktail or in a shot. Our family here at Cask Republic Stamford hopes you enjoy, love and experience bourbon, as much as we do.
Town Branch Bourbon | 12
90 Proof | Mash Bill: 72% Corn, 15% Malted Barley, 13% Rye
Tasting Notes: Oak Aroma, Hints of Caramel, Brown Sugar and Cherry
Town Branch Bourbon is named for the Town Branch waterway in Lexington Kentucky, and distilled to celebrate the rich distillation history surrounding Lexington. This bourbon has won several awards, including the 2018 North American Bourbon and Whiskey Competition Gold.
Dry Fly Bourbon 101 | 12
101 Proof | Mash Bill: 55% Corn, 45% Triticale
Tasting Notes: Vanilla and Oak Aroma, Hints of Caramel, Toffee, Clove, and Allspice
Dry Fly Bourbon was the first legal bourbon produced in Washington State. Aged for a minimum of 4 years. The Dry Fly Distillery has a mission to create “Farm to Bottle” spirits and locally sources their ingredients from sustainable farms. The triticale mash is a cross between wheat and rye, resulting in notes of spice on the backend.
Cardinal Straight Bourbon Whiskey | 12
90 Proof | Mash Bill: 68% Corn, 28% Rye, 4% Barley Malt
Tasting Notes: Oak and Spice Aroma, Hints of Caramel, Vanilla, Cherry, Pine, Cocoa, and Pepper
Cardinal Bourbon Whiskey is a high rye bourbon aged for at least 3 years. High rye bourbons like this have a much more rye in their mash bill bringing a spicy backbone that ensures the flavor will be prominent regardless to how you like to drink your bourbon.
FEW Bourbon | 12
93 Proof | Mash Bill: 70% Corn, 20% Northern Rye, 10% 2-Row Malt
Tasting Notes: Vanilla and Rye Spice Aroma, Hints of Pepper, Caramel, and Molasses
FEW Bourbon comes from Evanston, Illinois. The distillery is named after Frances Elizabeth Willard somewhat ironically as she was an advocate with the temperance movement from the time. This Bourbon won the Beverage Tasting Institutes Gold Medal.
Bourbon Flight | 16
FEW Bourbon, Town Branch Bourbon, Dry Fly Bourbon 101
To Kill a Cardinal | 13
Cardinal Straight Bourbon, Dolin Dry Vermouth, Grand Mariner, Angostura Bitters, Luxardo Cherry
Cask Republic Oktoberfest
Join us at Cask Republic Stamford to Celebrate Oktoberfest and Pumpkin Beer Season w/ select drafts starting to be tapped on 9.20.19 through the month of October. Get'em Before They Are Gone.
Drafts To Be Tapped. (Drafts will be rotated and tapped at random times)
- Von Trapp Oktoberfest // Lager // 5.6 % // VT
- New England Schnitzengiggles // Marzen // 5.6 % // CT
- Half Full Positively Pumpkin // Pumpkin Beer // 6.0 % // CT
- Two Roads Rosemary's Baby // Pumpkin Beer // 6.8% // CT
- Hanging Hills Dechtoberfest // Marzen // 5.0 % // CT
- Kentucky Pumkin Barrel Ale (Lilmited Release) // Pumpkin/Yam Beer // 10.0 % // KY
- Breckenridge Autuman Ale // Old Ale // 7.0% // CO
- Mill House Oktoberfest // Marzen // 5.4% // NY
- Paulaner Oktoberfest // Marzen // 6.0% // GER
- Hacker Pschorr Oktoberfest // Marzen // 5.8% // GER
- Ayinger Oktoberfest // Marzen // 5.8% // GER
- Southern Tier Pumking Ale // Pumpkin/Yam Beer // 8.6% // NY
- Bell's Oktoberfest // Marzen // 5.5% / MI