How the West was Won w/St. George Distillery & Live Music: Casey James Prestwood & the Burning Angels



Raise your glasses to all the things that keep the west wild!

Chat with the guys from St. George Distillery and enjoy some craft cocktails while our favorite honky-tonk band plays some classics.

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In the 30 years since St. George Spirits was founded, we have grown from a dedicated eau de vie distillery into a diverse operation that makes a range of craft spirits.

We’ve grown slowly over the years, hiring one person at a time, adding one copper still at a time. We don’t have a marketing team, an advertising budget, or a blimp. What we do have are passion, ideas, and access to superlative raw materials.

The craft distillation movement has grown with us over the last three decades, and we’ve been joined by hundreds of new distilleries across the country. As the landscape has changed, there’s been a lot of talk about established spirits brands vs. newcomers. Big brands vs. small brands.

The way we see it, it’s not that small or big is better. It’s not that new or old is better. Better is better.

And with that in mind, we have dedicated ourselves to making the best spirits we can.

We’re passionate about distillation in all its forms, but we don’t release a spirit unless we feel we have something new and valid to contribute to the conversation. We want to be able to pick our spirits out of a lineup on smell and taste alone because they’re exceptional.

We pledge to craft quintessential spirits to delight hedonists and genius bartenders alike—and when you taste our spirits, we hope that the character and quality of what’s in your glass will convey to you what we’re all about.
— http://www.stgeorgespirits.com/story/

And of course, our hometown-honkey-tonk favorites, Casey James Prestwood and the Burning Angels.

If the late night scene on Broadway Street in Nashville, Tennessee could talk, they’d sing you a Casey James Prestwood tune. Drenched in the honest twang that made Gram Parsons and Hank Williams household names, the classic crooner’s carefree vocals and careful guitar playing feel more like country than a worn-in pair of cowboy boots.
— http://caseyjamesprestwood.com/

 

It's the best in the West! Be thirsty!