Grandpa's Rye Whiskey is made with rye and corn. The corn mellows and sweetens the tendency of a harsh rye. This aged Rye Whiskey is both sweet and spicy and with a bit of a fruity note. Grandpa's Rye is best enjoyed simply over ice or in a Manhattan.
Bad Dog Distillery was founded by Dave and Shelly McGlothern in 2014. It is named after their dog, Hank which has had the nickname “Bad Dog” since he was a pup. Dave and Hank are best pals and almost inseparable.
This husband and wife team are passionate about family, community and simple living. These values are reflected throughout the distillery from family members volunteering at the distillery to locals hanging out for good conversations. But, the real show case of the love, passion and simplicity is Dave and the big ole’ copper still that he built with his own hands. You will quickly learn Dave’s passion for making the quality whiskey using simple old fashion ways.
Owner and founder, Dave McGlothern, is the master distiller at Bad Dog Distillery. Dave started learning the science of distilling at a young age. He was intrigued after witnessing some old fashion whiskey making.
Fast forward 35 years, Dave along with his wife Shelly built his own distillery. Being true to his values, he did not buy an “off-the-shelf” still. No, Dave used his craftsman metal working skills and built his own.
Dave’s curiosity for distilling has turned into a passion to make the best whiskey. He delights working with different grains to create unique blends that are full flavored. Dave’s boldness to experiment using non-conventional grains will undoubtedly produce award winning spirits
Nose: Fruity with a hint of butter
Taste: Sweet and Spicy with hints of smoky oak.
Finish: Short, clean and dry.
LEMON BLACKBERRY THYME WHISKEY COCKTAIL
1 oz. thyme-infused simple syrup
½ oz. fresh lemon juice
2 oz. Rye Whiskey
Simple Syrup :
Bring 1 cup water and 1 cup granulated sugar to a boil in a small saucepan. Stir. Once the sugar has completely dissolved, turn off the heat.
Toss in a small bunch of fresh thyme sprigs, and let steep for at least 30 minutes.
Discard thyme sprigs. Store this in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.
Combine blackberries and thyme-infused simple syrup to a cocktail shaker and muddle together.
Add lemon juice, bourbon, and a few ice cubes. Shake well to break some ice cubes inside the shaker. We want it nice and cold!
Fill cocktail glass halfway full of crushed ice and strain cocktail onto crushed ice.