Whiskey List*

In addition to our 90+ Whiskeys, we also have a full bar.

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All bourbon is whiskey, but all whiskey isn’t bourbon. Bourbon tastes stronger and sweeter than other whiskeys. It’s distilled from corn. Bourbon is America’s only native spirit, and 95% of it comes from Kentucky.

Knob Creek - KENTUCKY - 120 Proof - exclusively made for Pub 819


Bakers 7
Elijah Craig 12
Forged Oak
Jim Beam
Jim Beam Single Barrel
Jim Beam Signature 12 Year
Willett Pot Still Reserve
Knob Creek
E.H.Taylor JR Single Barrel

High Rye

1792 Ridgemont Reserve
Buffalo Trace
Basil Hayden's
Old Grand Dad
Old Grand Dad 114
Wild Turkey 81
Woodford Reserve


Makers Mark
Makers Mark Cask Strength
Makers 46

Irish Whiskey

Irish whiskeys contain “single pot still” whiskey. Single pot still whiskey is unique to Ireland. Single pot still whiskey comes from malted and unmalted barley that gives many Irish whiskeys their distinctive flavor.


2 Gingers
Jameson Black Barrel
Jameson Caskmates
John Powers

Single Malt

Connemara Irish
Irishman 12

Single Grain


Single Pot Still

Red Breast 12

Rye Whiskey

Whiskey in which a significant amount of the grain used in distillation is fermented rye. At minimum 51%. Aged in charred oak barrels.

Cody Road - IOWA - exclusively made for Pub 819
Bulleit Rye
E.H. Taylor 100
George Dickel Rye
High West Double Rye
High West Rendezvous
Know Creek Rye
Old Overholt
Sazerac Rye
Templeton Rye

Scotch Whiskey

Distilled and matured in Scotland for a minimum of three years in oak barrels (a requirement for all Scotch whisky). Single Malt is distilled in one distillery. A blended scotch whiskey is a mixture of two or more whiskeys blended together and sold as one.

Single Malt

Benromach Traditional
Glenlivet 12 year
Glenlivet 40 Year
Glenfiddich 12 year - Single Malt
Macallan 15 year
Macallan 18 year- highlands
Mortlach 25


Johnnie Walker Red Label
Johnnie Walker Black Label
Johnnie Walker Gold Label
Johnnie Walker Platinum Label
Johnnie Walker Blue

Canadian Whisky

Canadian whisky is the lightest example from the major whisky distilling countries. Canadian whisky traditionally consists of a blend of two components: a base whisky and a flavoring whisky. The base whisky, usually made from corn, is very light in flavor and comprises the large majority of the whisky’s make-up. The flavoring whisky, often one with a high rye content, makes up the rest.” ~ Whisky Advocate

Canadian Club
Crown Royal Deluxe
Crown Royal Maple
Crown Royal Black
Crown Royal Apple
Crown Royal Rye
Seagrams VO
Wisers Deluxe
Wisers Spiced Vanilla

Tennessee Whiskey

Tennessee whiskey is straight bourbon whiskey produced in Tennessee.

George Dickel #8
Jack Daniels
Jack Daniels Single Barrel
Gentleman Jack



Few Bourbon
Jefferson's Reserve Bourbon
New Holland Beer Barrel Bourbon


Panther Spiked Apple - MN
Jack Daniels Honey
Hochstadters Slow and Low Rock


Few Rye
Koval Rye


Bernheim Wheat
Crooked Water
High West Son of Bourye
High West Valley Tan
Seagrams 7
Rogue Single Malt
Rogue Dead Guy Whiskey
High West Campfire Whiskey
Few White - Chicago
Koval Four Grain - Chiago
High West Silver Oat
Panther White
George Dickel White
Revelstoke Pumpkin

Rest Of The World

Yamazaki 12 Year
Yamazaki 18 Year
Brenne French Single Malt