Spring 2015 Newsletter

Badges? We Don’t Need No Stinking Badges. According to Chapter 6 of the ominous Federal Code of Regulations regarding alcohol, there are “prescribed standards of fill” to which all distilleries must adhere. The only approved bottle sizes for distilled spirits bottled in the United States are: 1.75 Liters, 1 Liter, 750 ml, 375 ml, 200 […]

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It’s Texas On The Rocks Y’all!

This Valentine’s Day, you are in for a treat. Garrison Brothers Distillery and our fellow Texas craft distillers are throwing a party in Austin that you will NOT want to miss. It’s called Texas On The Rocks and it will be held at the Austin Music Hall from 6 to midnight. The evening starts at […]

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Bourbon at The Bird

Bar Manager Ryan Fussell and executive chef David McMillan have put together an extraordinary evening at Bird Café in Fort Worth on Monday, September 15 at 6:30. (Update, this dinner will be rescheduled, see note above.) Ryan, it seems, is a bit of a hoarder and has somehow amassed one of the greatest collections of […]

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Summertime Fine Drinking and Dining

If you’re on the road in Colorado this summer and looking for a sensational place to dine and drink bourbon, we’ve got a savory suggestion…     E3 Chophouse, Steamboat Springs, Colorado Brother Charlie is headed to Steamboat Springs, Colorado for a spectacular bourbon dinner at E3 Chophouse. General Manager David Eliason is hosting a Garrison […]

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THESE BOYS WANT TO FRY YOU SOME CHICKEN!

    If you’re headed to the Hill Country this summer, plan your trip for June 20th and 21st, for the Stonewall Peach Jamboree and Rodeo, the finest slice of redneck Americana one will ever experience. The 53rd Annual Peach Jamboree, Parade and Rodeo is Friday and Saturday. There’s an awesome small town rodeo and dance each night and they […]

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Dinner in The Barrel Barn with Chef Jon Bonnell

What: A Once In A Lifetime Culinary Experience Where: Garrison Brothers Barrel Barn When: Saturday, April 12, 2014 Why: Benefitting the Hye Preservation Society Cost: $175 per plate or $1,000 for a table of 6 Reservations: www.stillhouseseries.com Friends, It is my great honor to announce that legendary Fort Worth Chef Jon Bonnell will be cooking us dinner in the Barrel […]

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